Product Instability or Tip-Over Injuries and Fatalities Associated with Televisions, Furniture, and Appliances 2000 through 2011
Instability of Televisions, Furniture, and Appliances: Estimated Injuries and Reported Fatalities 2011
Instability of Televisions, Furniture, and Appliances: Estimated Injuries and Reported Fatalities, 2010 Report
Instability of Televisions, Furniture, and Appliances: Estimated Injuries and Reported Fatalities 2008
Mattress and Bedding Fire Casualty Prevention Estimates for 2003-2004
Incident Reports Involving Free Standing Kitchen Range Tipovers 1980 through 2006
Home Furnishings and Fixtures
Mattress and Bedding Fire Loss Estimates for 1999-2000
Upholstered Furniture Addressable Fire Loss Estimates for 1999-2002
Evaluation of Finger Injuries Associated with Home Document (Paper) Shredder Machines
Electric & Gas Clothes Dryers-Staff Evaluation
Data Summary on Halogen Torchiere-Style Floor Lamps
CPSCs National Electronic Injury Surveillance System (NEISS) is a national probability sample of hospitals in the U.S. and its territories. From this data, product-related injuries treated in emergency rooms can be estimated.
Every two weeks a child dies when a television, a piece of furniture or an appliance falls on him or her. Take simple, low-cost steps to secure furniture, TVs and appliances to save lives.
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One child dies every month by strangling in a window covering cord. Make your window coverings safe for kids.
Window Covering Information Center