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  1. 15 March 2018

    ACCC targets quad bike, button battery and furniture safety

    38/18 Published:  15 Mar 2018 Chairman Rod Sims today announced the ACCC’s product safety priorities for 2018 at the National Consumer Congress in Sydney, and reaffirmed support for a general safety provision to be introduced in Australia law to reduce the risk of unsafe goods entering the market. “Today, I am proud to release a new policy which sets out how the ACCC prioritises and manages produ …
  2. 23 March 2017

    Baby walkers

    This mandatory standard applies to baby walkers, which support the child to move around before they've learned to walk. About baby walkers Mandatory standard Key requirements Related resources About baby walkers The  mandatory standard for baby walkers applies to devices that are: comprised of a frame on wheels designed to support, inside the frame, a child with its feet touching the ground and wh …
  3. 9 June 2016

    Baby walkers

    Infants can suffer serious injuries when unsupervised in baby walkers. Always keep an eye on you infant when they're using a baby walker and ensure hazardous areas in the house are blocked off. About baby walkers Risks and injuries Buying tips Safe use Related standards Related publications About baby walkers Baby walkers allow infants to stand up and move around on their feet while they are still …
  4. 27 February 2014

    Baby walkers: supplier guide

    Date published:  27 Feb 2014 PDF (929.52 KB) Listen to PDF Word (431.5 KB) Under the Australian Consumer Law, mandatory consumer product safety standards are introduced when considered reasonably necessary to prevent or reduce the risk of injury. This guide provides a summary of the requirements for the supply of baby walkers. Information on complying with the mandatory standard for baby walkers   …