Publications

This guide summarises the mandatory requirements for baby bath aids. It aims to increase supplier understanding of the coverage and application of this mandatory standard.
Non-prescription contact lenses, also known as cosmetic lenses, novelty lenses, crazy lenses, fancy lenses or fashion lenses are becoming increasingly popular.
The bulletin provides information on the ban of toothpaste containing more than 0.25 per cent by weight of diethylene glycol (DEG), which was declared on 3 August 2007.
This brochure outlines the safety features to look out for before buying a bunk bed.
This brochure outlines what safety features to look for when buying a cot, and how to best use it.
While dummies are designed to help comfort and settle children, they are also a potential hazard to infants and young toddlers.
This guide explains the mandatory standard, the responsibilities of suppliers and the ACCC's role in enforcing this mandatory standard.
You don't have to fall far off a ladder to be seriously injured: 1–2 metres can be enough. This brochure provides safety information to consider when using a ladder.
This poster includes some simple safeguards at bath time to reduce bathtub drowning hazards when using a bath aid.
Exercise cycles are subject to a consumer product safety standard designed to reduce injury associated with their use.
This guide explains the mandatory standard, the responsibilities of suppliers and the ACCC's role in enforcing this mandatory standard.