Although ethanol fireplaces and table top burners can be attractive home décor items that are used indoors and outdoors, they can cause burn injuries to you and your family members and property damage to your home.
Faulty electrical cabling that has failed testing could be installed in thousands of Australian homes and businesses. Time is running out before the cables become a fire or electrocution risk. Watch this video for information about the recall and what you should do.
If you supply consumer goods in Australia (at any stage in the supply chain), you are legally responsible for how safe your products are. This video is a series of presentations from the ACCC and industry experts on responsible sourcing of safe products: how to do it, why you should and what happens if you don’t.
Quad bikes can be useful and a lot of fun. However, riding a quad bike can also be very dangerous. To minimise the risks associated with quad bikes make sure you and your loved ones prepare safe, wear safe and ride safe.
Eight kids a day are injured by trampolines in Australia. Watch Australian Olympian trampolinist Blake Gaudry explain the simple steps you can take to avoid injuries such as fractures, open wounds, dislocations and head injuries.
Watch this video of our webinar held on 10 April 2013 where we discussed suppliers' legal obligations to report product-related death, injury and illness. The video includes both our presentation slides and the video recording of the speakers.
Ho ho-- ouch ouch OUCH! Watch as Santa checks another list twice this year: his gift safety checklist.
The ACCC has released the Safe Santa checklist - use it before and while you're Christmas shopping to help avoid injuries, illnesses or deaths from unsafe gifts.
This video shows how to to help prevent deaths and serious injuries to kids and teenagers associated with moveable soccer goals – and make soccer a safe activity for everyone involved. Featuring former Melbourne Victory Captain Adrian Leijer.
Do you have or care for children under three years old? Get the ACCC's free do-it-yourself Choke Check tool to help you identify toys and other objects that can pose choking or ingestion hazards. Watch this short instructional video to help you make the tool.