“Crib mattresses recalled due to risk of entrapment.” “Seven million brewing systems recalled due to burn hazard.” “Millions of popular strollers recalled due to fingertip amputation hazard to children.”
Headlines like these stream across the Internet and appear on TV almost weekly. But, hearing or seeing a media headline about a product recall is different than getting a direct notice from a recalling company.
Here at CPSC, we know that direct notice—whether it be a phone call, (…)Read More Feb 4
In 2010, the Commission issued a new federal safety standard for cribs, banning drop side cribs and ushering in a safer generation of cribs. Drop side cribs are no longer a safe place to have your infant sleep due to a danger of entrapment and suffocation. Repair kits were previously available for some recalled LaJobi products, including drop side cribs. However, LaJobi is no longer in business and repair kits are no longer available for recalled LaJobi products. Any LaJobi-made products that have (…)Read More Jan 26
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As parents and caregivers, keeping your baby safe is always your number one priority.
Pediatricians are available for great advice on the health and safety of our babies including fevers, feedings, diaper rash and even car seat safety!
There are also additional sources available when it comes to the safety of our babies that you may not always think of.
There are three federal agencies responsible for keeping the most vulnerable bundles of joy safe along with our health (…)Read More Sep 23
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You may have missed the first notice, but if you use a Summer Infant video baby monitor, be sure to check your nursery to see if you have one of the models with the recalled rechargeable batteries. This recall has been expanded to include an additional 740,000 units and there have been additional incident reports. The monitor’s rechargeable batteries can overheat, cause burns or even property damage.
Today’s announcement from CPSC and Summer Infant includes more than 20 (…)Read More Apr 23
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: Kids and cords are a dangerous mix! No matter the product—baby monitors, window coverings, or baby movement monitors —cords in little hands can end up strangling a child.
We’re reminding you because today CPSC, in cooperation with Angelcare Monitors Inc., is announcing a recall to repair movement and sound baby monitors after two deaths. A cord attaches the baby monitor sensor pad under the crib mattress with the nursery monitor unit. This (…)Read More Nov 21