Newsroom News Releases
CPSC is warning consumers to immediately stop using Mollys Products’ sodium hydroxide products because they do not comply with the child resistant packaging requirements under the Poison Prevention Packaging Act (PPPA).
CPSC is warning consumers about the risk of fire from Toos Elite 60-volt electric scooters.
A new report, Micromobility Products-Related Deaths, Injuries, and Hazard Patterns, released today by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), shows that injuries associated with all micromobility devices increased nearly 21% in 2022 from 2021.
During Fire Prevention Week (October 8-14) CPSC is warning consumers about fire hazards associated with fuel containers, liquid fuel and fuel vapors.
CPSC is announcing that BJ’s Wholesale Club, Inc. of Marlborough, Massachusetts, has agreed to pay a $9 million civil penalty.
CPSC is seeking applications for its Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Prevention Grant Program (COPPGP) to assist state, local and tribal governments reduce deaths and injuries from carbon monoxide poisoning. CPSC can award up to a total of $2 million in grants.
CPSC is warning consumers to immediately stop using 5in1 Rocker Bassinets because they pose suffocation, strangulation, and fall hazards to infants.
The annual Injuries and Deaths Associated with Nursery Products Among Children Younger Than Age Five report released today by the CPSC shows that risks associated with nursery products remain high with more than 160 nursery product-related deaths annually
CPSC is warning consumers to immediately stop using Kopobob kids multi-purpose helmets because they can fail to protect riders in the event of a crash, posing a risk of head injury.
CPSC is warning consumers to immediately stop using certain sling carriers because they do not comply with the federal safety standard for sling carriers and infants can fall out of them or suffocate.