Consumer Product Safety Commission
By Jim Donovan: I’ve got two big recalls to tell you about that involve electric blower vacs. One was sold at Home Depot, the other at Walmart. First up, Homelite is recalling 241,000 blower vacs. […]
Gathering up your laundry in a clothes hamper shouldn’t be dangerous, but that everyday household item may be responsible for nearly blinding several children. CBS 3 anchor Susan Barnett has this 3 On Your Side warning.
Holiday decorations make a home more festive, but they can also be dangerous if consumers are not careful. 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan has some advice to keep your family and your pets safe.
Leslie Gudel, a CSN anchor who also happens to be the founder and owner of Nap Nanny says they have taken measures to keep children safe.
12/27/2012 UPDATE: The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and four major retailers are announcing a voluntary recall to consumers who own Nap Nanny recliners made by Baby Matters, LLC of Berwyn, Pa. Retailers currently […]
According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, many of the approximately 300 products that get recalled every year wind up in thrift stores. Beware.
About 2.3 million Flushmate III Pressure-Assiste Flushing Systems have been recalled in the United States because of explosion and laceration risks.
We all know the dangers of texting and driving, but there’s new data showing the dangers of distracted walking.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission has decided to file a lawsuit against the maker of “Buckyballs” a popular magnetic desk toy, following a years-long investigation.
There is a warning today for parents about a product that’s found in many homes and may pose a hidden risk: baby monitors. 3 On Your Side Consumer Reporter Jim Donovan has the details and tells us how the federal government and manufacturers are taking action.
Just in time for the long holiday weekend, the nation’s top consumer safety agency has a warning for parents before they buy a portable pool.
When a company is notified a consumer has a significant problem or is injured by a product, it’s supposed to tell the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
A local attorney, representing families who have lost children as a result of drop-side cribs, is relieved that the Consumer Product Safety Commission Tuesday placed a ban on the marketing and sale of these items.
CPSC.gov is the online home of the Consumer Product Safety Commission. And this holiday season consumers need information about recalls and other product safety alerts.
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