Publications

Window covering cords can kill poster

Window covering cords can kill. Prevent child strangulation by using cordless or inaccessible cord window coverings in homes with young children.

Date published: 
15 Jun 2017

Toppling furniture postcard

Toppling furniture and TVs cause hundreds of serious injuries each year. Use this postcard to spread the message.

Date published: 
3 Apr 2017

Think Safety First - Safe Holiday Accommodation

When you arrive at your holiday accommodation it’s important to make sure it’s safe for your family. Products you hire must also be safe.

Date published: 
12 Apr 2016

Think Safety First - Blinds and Curtain Cords

Low hanging blind and curtain cords can be a strangulation risk to young children.

Date published: 
12 Apr 2016

Think Safety First - Bunk Beds

Bunk beds can be a great space-saving option for smaller rooms and kids love them. If your children are using bunk beds...

Date published: 
12 Apr 2016

Think Safety First - Furniture Stability

From a child’s point of view, your home looks like a big playground. But there are hidden dangers they don’t recognise.

Date published: 
12 Apr 2016

Toppling furniture: why anchor it?

This fact card provides simple steps to help prevent death or injury to small children when choosing and securing furniture in your home.
Date published: 
24 Jun 2015

Consumer awareness of furniture stability risks and prevention

Research report containing the results of an Australian consumer survey on furniture stability. Specifically, the research focuses on the particular dangers of common furniture in homes with children under the age of five.
Date published: 
24 Jun 2015

Ethanol-fuelled fireplaces & table top burners

Ethanol-fuelled fireplaces and table top burners are associated with serious burns injuries. This guide provides suppliers’ information about markings, labelling and warning information suitable for this type of product.

Date published: 
29 Jan 2015

Corded internal window coverings - Installation guide

This installation guide explains how either a cleat or a cord guide can be installed to keep loose cords secure.
Date published: 
19 Nov 2014