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CPSC is reminding consumers to make safety a priority this Halloween when trick-or-treating, donning costumes, carving pumpkins and decorating.
One of the most serious hazards in American homes is also one of its most hidden—window covering cords that entangle infants and children.
ire Prevention Week is October 3 through 9, and CPSC and the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) want to encourage everyone to listen to the sounds of safety from smoke and CO alarms.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – As consumers step up their use of e-scooters, hoverboards, and e-bikes to return to work, school and other activities, CPSC reminds everyone to keep safety a priority.
2020 Data Show 9 Deaths and Nearly 150,000 ER-Treated Injuries with Children’s Toys
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Babies spend most of their time sleeping, so the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission is urging parents and caregivers to get “back to basics” to make sure that baby’s sleep spaces are safe.
As Tropical Depression Ida continues on its path of destruction through the Gulf states and barrels northeast toward the mid-Atlantic region, CPSC is warning consumers to be prepared for power outages and to take steps now to keep their families safe.
CPSC is urging parents and students to “Think Safety First.”