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Hospital, research benefits after nightwear code breach...News 30 Mar 2010 Big W will make a contribution of $200,000 to the Sydney Children's Hospital, Randwick and $200,000 to a major research program into the mandatory safety standard after breaches of the children's nightwear code. The funding foll
30 Mar 2010
Winter safe...News 24 Jul 2015 Stay safe as you keep warm this winter - see our top tips and video. As cooler weather sets in around the country, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has product safety tips to help Australians be more aware of how they can avoid burns, injury and death wh
24 Jul 2015
Children’s nightwear safety alert...News 18 Dec 2012 Check out these tips on helping to reduce fire risks from your children's nightwear. While unfortunately no nightwear is fire proof, children’s nightwear that does not comply with the mandatory standard increases the risk of fire hazards.  This means
18 Dec 2012
Kids’ nightwear safety boosted by new product standard...News 20 Apr 2017 Children's nightwear has a new safety standard, with highly-flammable garments excluded from sale and better labelling for fire warning, Small Business Minister Michael McCormack says. Mr McCormack has today accepted advice from
20 Apr 2017
Winter safety...News 5 Jun 2017 Stay safe with our winter product safety tips that can help Australians avoid burns, injury and death, while staying warm in the cooler months....Top tips for winter product safety:...Never use boiling water to fill your hot water bottle and replace it as soon as it starts to
05 Jun 2017
Assistant Treasurer issues safety warning about dangerous Monster High Ghouls nightie...News 27 Jul 2020 The Assistant Treasurer, Michael Sukkar, has issued a Safety Warning Notice warning consumers about the serious risk of injury or death involved in the use of the children’s nightwear item ‘Monster
27 Jul 2020
Court orders penalties of $500,000 for online retailer Ozsale’s non-compliant children's nightwear...News 30 Aug 2016 The Federal Court has ordered Ozsale Pty Ltd (Ozsale) pay penalties totalling $500,000 for supplying children’s nightwear which did not comply with the Australian mandatory safety stand
30 Aug 2016
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