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The ACCC has recalled the Nap Nanny Chill Portable Recliner in the colours Minky Blue, Minky Pink and Minky Sage. The product is designed for infants to sleep or rest in.
The ACCC have recalled the Love N Care—Triton Child Restraint as it does not comply with the Australian Standard- AS/NZS 1754:2010 clause 4.3.7 (b) (i), which requires that the child's head is kept at least 10mm away from the vehicle door during side impacts.
The power adaptor for the Winplus Australiasia Cocoon Baby Monitor has been recalled due to a fault with the adapator coming apart when pulled from the wall socket exposing the wires.
The ACCC is warning Australians about the dangers associated with wheat bags used as a source of warmth as the cooler weather sets in around the nation.
The Office of Fair Trading has issued a warning about the dangers of using baby bean bags as bedding. Baby bean bags should not be used for a baby to sleep or nap in as they can cause suffocation.
The Korbond Industries Pty Ltd—Hotoy Balloon Helicopter and the Multipoint Technologies Pty Ltd—Helicopter Balloon FT814 have been subject to a national recall.
The Gifts King Import Pty Ltd—Musical Birthday Sparking Candle has been subject to a national recall.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is urging quad bike users to ride safely after new research found unsafe riding practices are common.
The consumer research of 125 recreational quad bike users was conducted in early March 2013 and commissioned by the ACCC.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission is warning parents and carers about safe trampoline use after a recent survey showed that injuries are common.
The study of over 650 people was conducted by Kidsafe Western Australia on behalf of the ACCC.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) are urging parents to take immediate action to ensure their family is not exposed to the hazards posed by liquid laundry packets or capsules.
Young children who are exposed to the highly concentrated, toxic detergent are at risk of serious injury.
When swallowed, button batteries can get stuck in a child's throat and cause severe burns.
Reminder about the dangers of treadmills to young children.
Recall of the Bugaboo Cameleon+ and Donkey strollers due to a defect with the white button on the carry handle.
Recalls of over 60 000 child car restraints have been announced by the ACCC.
The ACCC has recalled over 60 000 child car restraints after testing found the anchor kits or brackets could fail in the event of a collision, increasing the risk of injury to the child.
Magnets pose a risk of injury to children if swallowed.
NSW is leading a national recall of dangerous baby dummies that pose a potential choking hazard for babies
The necklace can pose two potential hazards from strangulation and choking. Strangulation may occur if the infant has the amber teething necklace permanently fastened around their neck, especially when they are sleeping. A choking hazard may occur if the necklace breaks and releases the small beads.
If these ornaments detach from the dummy they could be a choking, inhalation or ingestion hazard to babies and young children.
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