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  • #FamilyVoicesFriday — Kennedy’s Story

    Posted on August 23, 2018

    This month marks the 10thanniversary of Kennedy’s death. Kennedy was killed in August 2008 when her neck became caught in an uncovered gap in the side of her bassinet. She was only 6 months old.  Kennedy’s parents were only a… Read More

  • Safe Sleep Month: What is a Safe Sleep Environment?

    Posted on October 13, 2017

    October is Safe Sleep Month – a time of year when parents, caregivers and safety advocates come together to focus on one of the key safety issues affecting infants. We’ve found that a common source of confusion for parents and… Read More

  • KID and Others Urge Consumers to Look for Certified Hoverboards

    Posted on June 21, 2017

    Hoverboards made the news a year ago when hundreds of incident reports led to recalls by 10 manufacturers. Even after these recalls, hoverboards continue to pose a fire risk to consumers. KID, Safe Kids Worldwide, and the Consumer Federation of… Read More

  • KID Guidelines for a Safe Spring

    Posted on April 13, 2017

    Spring Cleaning Spring cleaning is a great way to start fresh in the new season. As a part of your 2017 spring cleaning, KID recommends the following: Get rid of clutter in cribs. Excess bedding such as bumper pads, sleep… Read More

  • Child product safety in this new administration

    Posted on February 17, 2017

    With any change in administration comes questions about the impact on consumer protections.  When the political party in charge changes, the questions are bigger and with a new administration without a previous record in government — it’s even harder to… Read More

  • The Dangers of Bath Seats

    Posted on November 18, 2016

    Infant bath seats made headlines back in 2010, when the CPSC created a mandatory standard  to address the injuries and fatalities these products were causing. To prevent drowning deaths, the standard is very strict – no bath seats currently meet that… Read More

  • #FamilyVoicesFriday: Remembering Ellie

    Posted on November 4, 2016

    In December of 2002, 13 month-old Ellie lost her life when the changing table attachment on her play yard fell on her. This post is dedicated to Ellie, who would have been 15 years old today. KID wants to honor… Read More

  • Product Safety Priorities for CPSC

    Posted on June 20, 2016

    What should be the priorities when it comes to product safety? The US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) poised this question to the public as the topic of a hearing on June 15. As they do each year, CPSC invited… Read More

  • KID, others meet with CPSC Chairman on furniture tip-overs

    Posted on May 12, 2016

    Late last month, we learned of another death involving the IKEA Malm dresser. A not-quite two-year-old boy in Minnesota was killed when his dresser toppled over on him. This was after a July 2015 non-recall announcement by IKEA and the… Read More

  • News reports highlight again the hidden hazards of magnets, button batteries

    Posted on January 11, 2016

    Recently, KID shared the stories of two young girls, Brianna and Ava that received a lot of attention online.  Both of these children were victims of safety hazards KID has been warning about for a long time but these hidden… Read More

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