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  • CPSC issues warning after 10 (32*) deaths in Fisher Price Rock ‘n Play

    Posted on April 5, 2019

    Last May, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) issued a warning about infant inclined sleep products after 17 deaths occurred when babies became entrapped after moving or rolling over in the products.  Today, almost a year later, CPSC and… Read More

  • Tip-Over Safety: Beyond IKEA

    Posted on April 3, 2019

    Preventing furniture tip-overs continues to be one of KID’s priority advocacy campaigns. When KID staff talk to consumers about tip-overs, some often immediately say “I don’t shop at IKEA so my furniture won’t tip-over.” It is not only IKEA furniture… Read More

  • KID Releases Annual Report on Recalled Children’s Products

    Posted on March 20, 2019

    Today, KID released our annual report on children’s product recalls. We were joined by Rep. Jan Schakowsky, Consumer Federation of America, Consumer Reports, Illinois PIRG, and parents who have lost children to furniture tip-overs Lisa Siefert, Janet McGee, Crystal Ellis,… Read More

  • News from ICPHSO Symposium

    Posted on February 27, 2019

    On Wednesday morning, U.S. CPSC Acting Chairman Ann Marie Buerkle addressed the group at the annual symposium of the International Consumer Product Health and Safety Organization (ICPHSO).  In big news for KID’s priority issue of furniture tip-overs, she announced that… Read More

  • CPSC Public Hearing to Improve SaferProducts.gov Website

    Posted on February 18, 2019

    The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is considering improvements to its public database SaferProducts.gov to make the website easier to navigate, more useful for obtaining information and encourage more reporting. On March 6, 2019, the CPSC will hold a… Read More

  • CPSC’s New Recall App

    Posted on February 13, 2019

    There’s a new way to search for recalls online or on a smart phone or device.  Early this week, CPSC released their new recall app. The app makes the search for recalled products easier and more accessible. This is a… Read More

  • BOB Jogging Stroller “Information Campaign” to Help Secure Faulty Wheel Attachment

    Posted on January 15, 2019

    Back in November, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) settled an administrative lawsuit with Britax Child Safety, Inc. involving BOB jogging strollers. KID noted in our previous blog and press release that the settlement was too weak and failed… Read More

  • How does the government shutdown affect CPSC and product safety

    Posted on January 4, 2019

    Unless you are a government employee or have one in the family, or need immediate services, you might think the government shutdown doesn’t have much impact on your family. But when it comes to product safety, as with many other things, the hidden… Read More

  • CPSC & Britax Settlement is Bad News for Consumers

    Posted on November 26, 2018

    KID is disappointed that the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) settled an administrative lawsuit with Britax Child Safety, Inc. involving B.0.B. jogging strollers.  The settlement is vastly too weak and fails to protect consumers. The CPSC filed the lawsuit… Read More

  • Consumer Reports tests dressers under 30 inches

    Posted on November 5, 2018

    Just because a dresser is lower than others, doesn’t mean it’s safer. A new article from Consumer Reports investigates a potentially lethal loophole in pre-market stability tests. According to the article, dressers sold in the United States that are 30… Read More

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