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  1. 2 January 2018

    Saint Constance Pty Ltd — Portable Pram Baby Toddler Stroller Convertible Jogger Baby Seat

    PRA No. 2017/16486 Date published 2 Jan 2018 Product description A car seat with integrated wheels, that can flip from being a car seat or an on the ground rocker into a push travel system. Portable pram stroller What are the defects? The product does not comply with numerous user instructions and labelling requirements under the mandatory standard Consumer Protection Notice No.3 of 2014, Safety S …
  2. 2 January 2018

    Saint Constance Pty Ltd — Kidstar Safety Car Seat

    PRA No. 2017/16487 Date published 2 Jan 2018 Product description Convertible Car Seat for babies from 9 months up to 12 years, 6kg to 36kg KS-2096 KS-2098 What are the defects? The product does not comply with numerous user instructions and labelling requirements under the mandatory standard Consumer Protection Notice No.3 of 2014, Safety Standard: Child restraint systems for use in motor vehicles …
  3. 2 January 2018

    Saint Constance Pty Ltd — Norluc Baby Car Seat

    PRA No. 2017/16488 Date published 2 Jan 2018 Product description For Children 3 years to 12 years Norluc What are the defects? The product does not comply with numerous user instructions and labelling requirements under the mandatory standard Consumer Protection Notice No.3 of 2014, Safety Standard: Child restraint systems for use in motor vehicles. What are the hazards? Child car seats without th …
  4. 22 December 2017

    Children's car restraints

    Car restraints for motor vehicle occupants are compulsory. Child car restraints greatly reduce the risk of a child being injured or killed in a car accident. Make sure you buy a restraint that is suitable for your child and your car, and that meets mandatory safety requirements. About children's car restraints Risks and injuries Buying tips Safe use Related recalls Related news Related standards A …
  5. 5 July 2017

    Ozo E-Store Pty Ltd — Child Car Booster Cushion

    PRA No. 2017/16169 Date published 5 Jul 2017 Product description Childrens Car Booster Cushion Children Car Booster Cushion What are the defects? The product does not comply with labelling, branding and user instruction requirements of the Australian Standard AS/NZS 1754. What are the hazards? Booster seats without labelling or user instructions may not be used correctly, posing an increased risk …
  6. 9 June 2017

    Ozo E-Store Pty Ltd — Child Car Booster Cushion

    PRA No. 2017/16082 Date published 9 Jun 2017 Product Photo What are the defects? The product does not comply with labelling, branding and user instruction requirements of the Australian Standard AS/NZS 1754. What are the hazards? Booster seats without labelling or user instructions may not be fitted correctly, posing an increased risk of injury to the occupant if the vehicle is in an accident. Wha …
  7. 1 February 2017

    Child restraints for use in motor vehicles

    The mandatory standard for child restraints covers various requirements for the design, construction, performance, user instructions, marking and packaging of child car restraints. About child restraints Types of child restraints Mandatory standard Key requirements Related recalls Related news About child restraints Parents and carers use child car restraints to keep children safe inside cars.  Re …
  8. 9 January 2017

    Moosebaby New Zealand — Bubblebum Car Booster Seat

    PRA No. 2017/15827 Date published 9 Jan 2017 Product description Bubblebum Inflatable Booster Seat for Cars Booster What are the defects? The product is only a half booster design with insufficent back support that does not meet Australian Standards. What are the hazards? The booster does not meet the Australian Standard: AS/NZS 1754. What should consumers do? Consumers will receive an email from …
  9. 21 November 2011

    Public warning notice on unsafe online child car restraints

    Published:  21 Nov 2011 Parents are warned not to purchase a particular type of child car restraint being sold online that appears to breach Australia’s mandatory safety standards. Marketed under various names, including ‘Baby Car Seat Pouch’, ‘Portable belt baby car safety seat for 1-5 years old’ and ‘Portable baby car safety seat for 20-40 lbs’, these products are sold through some online retail …