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  • CPSC adopts world’s toughest crib standards

    Posted on December 15, 2010

    Following recent years of recalls of millions of cribs due to entrapment deaths and injuries, the new standards, which become mandatory in six months, will ensure that new cribs have been tested for safety to rigorous standards. The Consumer Product… Read More

  • A look back before tomorrow’s historic CPSC crib vote

    Posted on December 14, 2010

    As we posted last week, the CPSC will vote tomorrow on new mandatory standards for full-size and non-full-size cribs. The standards, if adopted, will be the strongest crib standards in the world. This in the country that has had to… Read More

  • Chicago Tribune writes about dangers of crib bumper pads, CPSC agrees to take a ‘fresh look’

    Posted on December 12, 2010

    Both Aiden‘s and Preston‘s families have shared their stories with KID and we have been warning for years against crib bumper pads. But bumpers continue to be marketed to new parents, show up in many retailer ‘staging’ of cribs, and… Read More

  • CPSC set to vote on final new crib standards

    Posted on December 9, 2010

    At this week’s CPSC Commission meeting, staff presented a briefing on the new rules for full-size and non-full-size cribs. There were few changes from the earlier proposed rules. These new rules put many important tests and requirements in place: Cribs… Read More

  • Updated Playground Safety Guide released by CPSC

    Posted on November 30, 2010

    It is estimated that in recent years, there have been more than 200,000 injuries annually on U.S. public playgrounds that required a trip to the emergency room. To reduce the risk of playground-related deaths and injuries, follow these recommended guidelines… Read More

  • More on the database, from a mother’s perspective

    Posted on November 16, 2010

    This letter is from Lisa Olney, whose daughter Ellie would have been 9 last week, had she not died in a portable crib just after her first birthday. It scares to me think that the mandated database, part of the… Read More

  • LA Times reporter posts video about CPSC Database — vote is tomorrow

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    David Lazarus, a reporter with the LA Times has both written about and posted a video about the CPSC Consumer Product Safety Database. As he says, it is good for consumers. The vote at CPSC is tomorrow morning.

  • New data from CPSC suggests increase in injuries from juvenile products

    Posted on November 1, 2010

    Today CPSC released its 2010 Nursery Product Report. The report looks at injuries and deaths in nursery products from 2009. The report cites 77,300 injuries involving nursery products that required a trip to the emergency room. This is an increase… Read More

  • CPSC database coming closer to a reality

    Posted on October 28, 2010

    In 2007 and 2008, during the discussions of the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act as the bill was named in the end, consumer advocates repeatedly raised the issue of secrecy at CPSC, pointing to the human cost of keeping injury… Read More

  • CPSC issues alert on baby monitor cords

    Posted on October 6, 2010

    After the death of a 10-month-old baby this past March, the Consumer Product Safety Commission is warning about the risk of strangulation by baby monitor cords. This can occur if the monitor is placed too close to areas where children… Read More

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