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Category Archives: cribs; recall; safety
KID’s second annual Project Safe Child Fundraiser & Walkathon will take place this Sunday, October 20, 2013 at Cedar Creek Park in Wantagh, New York. The event is organized by Michele and Susan in honor of their sons, Tyler and Bobby, who both tragically lost their lives in cribs with drop sides. The event will raise money to support our mission to protect children by improving children’s product safety.The first Project Safe Child Walkathon ... Read more
August 14 marks the fifth anniversary of the signing of the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) back in 2008. This landmark safety legislation paved the way for improvement in safety standards and lead to the creation of the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission’s public database, SaferProducts.gov, in March of 2011. This website allows consumers to share their personal experiences with various products, reporting any incidents or ... Read more
In 1998, Danny was killed when a recalled portable crib collapsed around his neck at his licensed child care home. KID is Danny’s legacy. Today, KID has the same commitment to the cause we did when Danny first died. We want to prevent dangerous products like the portable crib that killed 16-month-old Danny from reaching the market in the first place. KID has put child product safety on the national agenda through Danny’s Law, named in his ... Read more
It's 2012. By the end of this year, all cribs in child care and other public accommodations must meet the tough new standards adopted by the CPSC in December 2010. The new crib standards are the result of unspeakable tragedies and years of work to keep children safe. Because of faulty designs and shoddy materials, dozens of babies have died in unsafe cribs and over eleven million cribs have been recalled. While Kids In Danger (KID) ... Read more
The airwaves are buzzing this morning with talk of a massive recall of cribs -- with drop-sides -- tomorrow. While the crib makes and models aren't known yet, it is a good opportunity to remind everyone with a baby in a crib to give their crib a once over this morning for safety.Find the brand name and model and check at CPSC.gov to make sure your crib hasn't already been recalled. If it has, stop using immediately and contact the manufacturer for ... Read more