CPSC warns about child entrapment in household appliances and picnic coolers.

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Washington, D.C.: U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. CPSC Warns About Child Entrapment in Household Appliances And Picnic Coolers Source: U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commssion. The U. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has received reports of numerous suffocation deaths involving children who crawled inside latch type freezers, clothes dryers, combination washer/dryer units, picnic.

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Talk to your child about this problem and ask him/her to stay away from these situations. Most kids who die this way are between ages 4 and 7. Additional Resources CPSC Warns About Child Entrapment in Household Appliances and Picnic Coolers.

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Never leave an infant in a playpen with side down. An infant may roll into space between mattress and loose mesh side, causing suffocation. Household Appliances. Children can become entrapped in household appliances and picnic coolers.

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Due to the extraordinary circumstances surrounding COVID, some of the remedies identified in recall press releases may not be available at this time.

Consumers should check with recalling firms for further details. It is important to remember that CPSC and recalling firms urge consumers not to.

In-Home Remedy May Be Delayed Due to COVID Restrictions; Keep Product Away from Children The recalled chests are unstable and can tip over if not anchored to the wall, posing serious tip-over and entrapment hazards that can result in death or injuries to children.

Large picnic coolers and ice boxes in campers have also caused suffocation. Teach your child not to climb into these items. Explain that with the door closed, there's not enough air for him to breathe, and that he probably wouldn't be heard if he called for help.

However, in Natural Resources Defense Council, v. Consumer Product Safety Commission, Civil Action No. (HHK), CPSC entered into a Stipulation of Settlement, Release and Order of Dismissal, dated Jwhere the CPSC agreed to. According to the CPSC, at least 5, children under the age of 10 go to the emergency room each year with injuries caused when television sets, bookcases, and other furniture and appliances have tipped over on them.

About six people die from furniture tip-overs every year, most of them children under the age of 5. CPSC has received reports of numerous suffocation deaths involving children who crawled inside old cedar chests, latch-type freezers and refrigerators, iceboxes in campers, clothes dryers and picnic coolers.

Childproof old appliances, warn children not to play inside them. A PARENT’S GUIDE TO THE SAFE CHILD. AT HOME AND AWAY. Dear Parents, Child Safety is an important issue for all of us. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC. CPSC Warning: Freezer, Dryer, Cooler and Refrigerator Entrapment Deaths to Children CPSC Document # The U.S.

Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has received reports of numerous suffocation deaths involving children who crawled inside latch type freezers, clothes dryers, combination washer/dryer units, picnic coolers, ice boxes in.

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Don't allow a game of hide-n-seek to become deadly. There have been many reports of numerous suffocation deaths involving children who crawled inside old cedar chests, latch-type freezers and refrigerators, iceboxes in campers, clothes dryers and picnic coolers.

Childproof old appliances, warn children not to play inside them. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has received reports of numerous suffocation deaths involving children who crawled inside latch type freezers, clothes dryers, combination washer/dryer units, picnic coolers, iceboxes in campers, and old-style latch type refrigerators.

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