Join our newsletter list to receive news about recalls, children’s product safety and other important information

Thanks for contacting us! We will get back to you soon.

Contact Nancy

Use the form below to get in contact with Nancy. All fields are required to send.

reCAPTCHA is required.

Thanks for contacting us! We will get back to you soon.

Contact Dev

Use the form below to get in contact with Dev. All fields are required to send.

reCAPTCHA is required.

Thanks for contacting us! We will get back to you soon.

Contact Natalija

Use the form below to get in contact with Natalija. All fields are required to send.

reCAPTCHA is required.

Thanks for contacting us! We will get back to you soon.

Contact Us

Use the form below to get in contact with us. All fields are required to send.

reCAPTCHA is required.
  • According to New Study, Skip the Infant Walker

    Posted on September 18, 2018

    As young children inch closer to learning to walk, some parents choose infant walkers to allow their child to move around while contained. However, increased movement can be dangerous as sharp tools, hot ovens, pools and bathtubs, and household chemicals… Read More

  • Director’s Blog by Nancy Cowles: A Week at ICPHSO

    Posted on November 21, 2016

    As KID’s executive director, I represent KID in the International Consumer Product Health & Safety Organization (ICPHSO) – a multi-stakeholder organization working to share information and move product safety forward.  This year (until February) I am serving as President.  In… Read More

  • KID calls on CPSC to recall hoverboards

    Posted on January 25, 2016

    UPDATE: On Friday February 19, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) instructed manufacturers and retailers to stop selling hoverboards unless they meet UL Standard 2272. KID echoes the CPSC’s advice and we advise consumers to stop using hoverboards, check to… Read More

  • An interview with CPSC’s Jonathan Midgett

    Posted on June 23, 2014

    Earlier this month, KID had a chance to talk with Jonathan Midgett, an engineering psychologist at the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC). We asked him some questions about product safety and human factors to better understand how important this… Read More

  • Danny, Inez and KID’s best friends

    Posted on May 12, 2014

    Sixteen years ago today, Linda Ginzel arrived at her son Danny’s child care home to find he had been rushed to the hospital.  She later learned he had been strangled by the collapsing top rails of the portable crib he… Read More

  • Injury prevention discussed at events this week and next

    Posted on September 18, 2013

    From our founding, KID has worked to reach out to others who share our mission to keep children safe.  This week and next represent some of the fruits of the connections we have made.  Monday, KID executive Director, Nancy Cowles,… Read More

  • Just when you thought you’ve seen it all…

    Posted on July 29, 2013

    When I came across this story, it caught my eye – a young boy was injured when a toy eyeball he was playing with cracked and leaked into his eyes.  In KID’s early days, our co-founder Boaz Keysar used to… Read More

  • Focusing on Future Engineers to Prevent Flawed Child Products

    Posted on June 26, 2013

    This summer KID’s TEST (Teaching Early Safety Testing) program is getting a makeover. This KID program is designed to promote the development of safe products by integrating design safety, standards, and testing practices into the undergraduate engineering curriculum.  We have… Read More

  • CPSC takes action against makers of Nap Nanny, after 5 deaths

    Posted on December 5, 2012

    Today, the US Consumer Product Safety Commission’s (CPSC) took strong action and issued an Administrative Complaint (PDF) against the manufacturer of Nap Nanny and Chill Infant Recliners, Baby Matters, LLC.  Kids In Danger, Consumers Union and Consumer Federation of America… Read More

  • Next step to safer products: Urge CPSC to adopt testing rule

    Posted on October 11, 2011

    The Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) was passed in 2008, but it has yet to achieve its full impact.  Without the passage of a rule that requires independent testing of all children’s products before they are sold, the legislation’s… Read More

Subscribe to our newsletter for news and alerts