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Terms found entire site: cribs(2602),
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06/20/2014 (100%)
Summary: June 2014
Extract: *A 3-month-old female decedent was fed and then placed on her back in her crib for a nap. The victim's mother checked on her and found her lying face-down and unresponsive. She performed CPR on her child until rescue units arrived. Police Department and Fire Rescue arrived and transported the decedent to a local hospital where she was pronounced dead. The crib contained bedding/bumpers, two large blankets, a small blanket, a wedge pillow, and a stuffed animal. The cause of death was probable asphyxia due to unsafe sleep environment. A 52-year-old female died when she became wedged between the mattress and nightstand.
06/18/2014 (100%)
Summary: 2014 Midyear Report on Voluntary Standards Activities
Extract: 22 Product Cribs (Commercial) Staff Contact Edwards, Patty Purpose To revise the ASTM Standard Consumer Safety Performance Specification for Commercial Cribs (ASTM F2710) to increase the safety of cribs in commercial settings, such as hotels and day care centers. Activities A revised ASTM Standard Consumer Safety Performance Specification for Commercial Cribs (ASTM F2710-13) was approved on 10/01/13. At the 9/24/13 meeting, CPSC staff raised the issue of turning wheels that fall down during the threshold test and get caught in cracks.

05/30/2014 (100%)
Summary: Chief FOIA Officer Report to the Department of Justice FY2013
Extract: CPSC's work to ensure the safety of consumer products -such as toys, cribs, power tools, cigarette lighters, and household chemicals -contributed to a decline in the rate of deaths and injuries associated with consumer products over the past 40 years. The general reporting period for the Chief FOIA Officer Report is March 2013 to March 2014. The CPSC Chief FOIA Officer conducted a review of the administration of the FOIA and analyzed the data from its FOIA Annual Report from Fiscal Year 2013 supplemented by data gathered for the period October 1, 2012 to September 30, 2013.

05/05/2014 (100%)
Summary: Briefing Package: Fiscal Year 2014 Midyear Review and Proposed Operating Plan Adjustments
Extract: TR Crib Bumper Petition BP BP Durable Nursery Products Exposure Survey DA/TR DA/TR Firepots and Fuel Gels NPR NPR Fireworks DA/TR DA/TR Information Disclosure under $ 6(b) of the CPSA - 1101 Rule FR FR Participation in Voluntary Standards (GAO Report) - 1031 Rule FR FR Poison Prevention Packaging Act - Hydroxides NPR NPR Portable Generators DA/TR DA/TR Procedures for the Importation of Consumer Products and Substances - 1066 Rule NPR DA/TR Rare Earth Magnet Sets* FR FR Recreational Off Highway Vehicles (ROVs) NPR NPR Revisions to FHSA Definition of "Strong Sensitizer" FR FR Substantial Product Hazard List - 15(j) Rule NPR NPR Surrogate Smoldering Ignition Source DA/TR DA/TR Table Saws DA/TR DA/TR Third Party Testing -
05/01/2014 (100%)
Summary: Child Care Providers Crib Standard Guide Spanish
Extract: email address and telephone number for the records keeper and location of testing lab -Give date and location of manufacture and testing o The crib must also have a label attached with the date of manufactureWhat you should do All child care facilities, family child care homes, and places of public accommodation: o Must prepare to replace their current cribs with new, compliant cribs before December 28, 2012. o Should not resell, donate or give away a crib that does not meet the new crib standards. Dispose of older, noncompliant cribs in a manner that the cribs cannot be reassembled and used. Noncompliant cribs should not be resold through online auction sites or donated to local thrift stores.

05/01/2014CPSC Launches New Effort to Find Recalled Simplicity Cribs Still In Us... (100%)
Summary: CPSC Launches Simplicity Effort Spanish
Extract: CPSC has recently been made aware of an additional death which occurred in September 2009 involving a 7-month-old child from Princeton, Kentucky who became entrapped in the crib when a part of it broke. On July 2, 2009, CPSC issued a recall describing the death of an 8-month-old child from Houston, Texas who became entrapped and suffocated between the drop side and the crib mattress when a plastic connector on the drop side broke. CPSC also is aware of an additional 25 incidents involving the drop side detaching from the crib. To date, CPSC has recalled over 2 million Simplicity drop side cribs due to problems with the crib's plastic hardware. The plastic hardware can break or deform, causing the drop side to detach.

05/01/2014Cribs Spanish (100%)
Summary: Cribs Spanish
05/01/2014 (100%)
Summary: La ropa de cama puede ser peligrosa para los bebés
Extract: Publication 5049 042013 A Safe Sleeping Environment for Your Baby Safe Bedding Practices for Infants Place baby on his/her back on a firm tight-fitting mattress in a crib that meets current safety standards. Remove pillows, quilts, comforters, sheepskins, pillowlike stuffed toys, and other soft products from the crib. For warmth, dress baby in footed pajamas. Positioning devices are unnecessary and can be deadly. Do not place baby on a waterbed, sofa, soft mattress, pillow, or other soft surface to sleep.
04/30/2014 (100%)
Summary: Adult Bed Hazards for Babies Spanish
Extract: o Entrapment involving the bed frame, headboard or footboard, o Falls from adult beds onto piles of clothing, plastic bags, or other soft materials resulting in suffocation, and o Suffocation in soft bedding (such as pillows or thick quilts and comforters). Always place the baby to sleep on his or her back, not on its stomach. When using a crib, make sure it meets current safety standards, has a firm, tight-fitting mattress and tight-fitting bottom sheet. When using a portable crib or playpen, be sure to use only the mattress or pad provided by the manufacturer. Publication 5091 000206 012012 Baby Doll Simulation Entrapment between bed & wall Entrapment between bed & object Entrapment in footboard
04/29/2014 (100%)
Summary: Baby Monitor Safety Alert Spanish
Extract: Place cords at least three feet away from any part of the crib, bassinet, play yard or other safe sleep environment. Never position a monitor inside or on the edge of a crib. Remember, at least three feet away is where your monitor should stay. The CPSC and JPMA urge parents to request a free permanent electric cord warning label about the strangulation risk to affix to the cord of the baby monitor at: Consumer Contact: For additional information, please call toll-free (855) 729-1868, or visit
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