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
New crib requirements passed by CPSC will stop traditional drop-side cribs from being made and sold within the next six months. The new crib requirements are among the most stringent in the world.
Those of you who already own cribs that do not meet the requirements of this new rule — especially drop-side cribs — need to know what to do with your cribs or the cribs that you need to buy in the next six months.
First, it’s important to remember that a non-recalled, sturdy crib is the SAFEST (…)Read More Dec 20
Graco is recalling nearly 2 million older strollers – The Quattro and MetroLite – because children can become trapped in and strangle in the strollers.
The strollers were manufactured before December 2007, before the adoption ofa new standard requiring larger stroller openings that prevent children from becoming trapped.
CPSC and Graco know of four infants who strangled and died in the strollers between 2003 and 2005.
Children, particularly babies younger than 12 months old who (…)Read More Oct 20
Graco-branded Lajobi drop-side cribs have now been added to the list of recalled cribs because the hardware can break or fail, allowing the drop side to detach from the crib.
CPSC and LaJobi have received 99 reports of drop-side incidents. In two of them, children became entrapped in the gap created by the detached drop side and were freed by their caregivers. Six other children fell through the gap, including one who sustained a mild concussion.
Since 2007, CPSC has recalled more than 7 (…)Read More Apr 29
Moms, Dads, are you using a Graco Harmony high chair? If so, this recall affects you and your child.
The screws holding the front legs of the high chair can loosen and fall out. Also, the plastic cover on the front legs and the bracket on the rear legs can crack. When either of these things happen, the high chairs become unstable and can tip over unexpectedly.
Graco has received 464 reports of screws loosening and/or brackets cracking, causing high chairs to unexpectedly tip over. Parents (…)Read More Mar 18