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  • Last Week at KID

    Posted on June 19, 2017

    Here’s a glimpse at some activities the week of June 12-16 at KID that will also give you an update on news in the children’s product safety world. Tuesday: ASTM Toy Standard Meeting, Toronto, Canada: On Tuesday KID ED Nancy… Read More

  • Ohio Crib Bumper Ban Goes into Effect

    Posted on April 21, 2017

    This month we celebrated another victory for child safety, the Ohio crib bumper ban! As of April 6th, 2017, Ohio will no longer sell non-mesh bumper pads. This ban follows three similar laws in Chicago, Maryland, and Watchung, New Jersey…. Read More

  • New Packaging Standards for Liquid Nicotine: A Major Victory Against Child Poisoning

    Posted on July 26, 2016

    According to an American Academy of Pediatrics study released in March of 2016, exposures to e-cigarettes and nicotine liquid among young children rapidly increased between 2012 and 2015. In that time, the National Poison Data System received over 29,000 calls… Read More

  • 3 fast facts for National Poison Prevention week

    Posted on March 18, 2016

    National Poison Prevention Week is a 7 day period designed to highlight the dangers of poisonings and how to prevent them.  This is especially important because more than 2 million poisonings are reported each year to the 57 poison control… Read More

  • Advocates applaud passage of bill on liquid nicotine safety

    Posted on January 13, 2016

    The House of Representatives approved the Child Nicotine Poisoning Prevention Act (S. 142)< on Monday, January 11. The bill, passed by the Senate in December, would direct the Consumer Product Safety Commission to require child-resistant packaging on the liquid nicotine containers… Read More

  • Illinois Bumper Pad Ban Moves to Senate: Your Help Needed

    Posted on April 22, 2015

    On April 22, 2015 HB 3761 (McAsey) passed the Illinois House. This bill bans the sale of crib bumper pads in Illinois (already banned in Chicago). An amazing coalition of organizations came together to make this possible. Virtually every health… Read More

  • Product Safety Trends for 2015

    Posted on January 5, 2015

    The New Year has arrived, and KID’s resolution is to continue protecting children from dangerous products. We are excited for all of the possibilities that 2015 brings for us! This year, you can expect to see KID working on… Protecting… Read More

  • Protecting kids from lethal liquid nicotine

    Posted on August 8, 2014

    Traditional cigarettes are being phased out in favor of the modern e-cigarette. With this new trend however comes a new danger. Center for Disease Control (CDC) research shows that reports to poison control centers of child exposures to liquid nicotine–… Read More

  • Shine a little sunshine on unsafe products

    Posted on July 28, 2014

    Thirteen … that’s how many deaths could have been prevented in the latest instance of corporate officers knowingly concealing a serious product defect through secrecy agreements.  Through secrecy agreements in litigation, corporations and manufacturers hide their wrongdoing and avoid responsibility…. Read More

  • Illinois Senate fails to pass ban on crib bumper pads

    Posted on June 2, 2014

    This spring, health and safety groups supported legislation to ban the sale of crib bumper pads in Illinois due to the risk of suffocation.  The bill, HB 5348, passed the House and the Senate Public Health Committee.  But Friday night,… Read More

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