Recalls

As mandated by the State of Michigan and the Children’s Product Safety Act (2000 PA 219) requires the department of regulatory affairs (https://www.michigan.gov/lara/0,4601,7-154-63294_5529_49572-296176–,00.html ) to maintain a comprehensive list of unsafe or recalled children’s products (includes, but is not limited to, cribs, toddler beds, car seats, high chairs, booster chairs, bath seats, gates, carriers, strollers, walkers, infant swings, etc.).

In addition, this act further requires child care providers to conspicuously post on the premises an updated copy of the list of recalled products provided by the department. A conspicuous place means a location where parents, staff and others can easily see it.

This comprehensive list is posted below (as the list is updated) but is also available on the last page of each edition of our Michigan Child Care Matters newsletter. Posting the list found in our newsletter ensures that we are in compliance with the Children’s Product Safety Act. In an effort to further inform you we have added this listing and links under the recall tab on our class webpage via the OLR school website.

For a full list please visit Sign up to receive electronic recall notices for all consumer products directly from the CPSC – Consumer Product Safety Commission.

 

Posted October 2018

Top Recall

September 26, 2018 CPSC; Boys Scouts of America recalls neckerchief slides because they violate the federal lead content ban. Units: 110,000.

Recalls

September 28, 2018 CPSC; September 28, 2018 CPSC; Boy Story recalls Mason & Billy action dolls and Billy HeForShe special edition dolls because the joints on the vinyl dolls can break that poses a choking hazard. Units: 8,500 (and 40 sold in Canada).

September 27, 2018 CPSC; Ikea recalls Calypso lamps because the glass shade can detach and fall, posing impact and laceration hazards. Units: 37,000.

September 27, 2018 CPSC; TerraTrike recalls adult tricycles because the right-hand wheel hub mount can bend or break, allowing the rider to lose control which can result in serious injury or even death. Units: 600.

September 27, 2018 CPSC; Life Fitness recalls PowerMill climbers, because if a liquid enters the power receptacle there can be an electrical “arc,” causing sparking, smoking and a fire hazard. Units: 11,800.

September 26, 2018 CPSC; CFMOTO recalls several models of its all-terrain off-highway vehicles because the fuel hose can crack, causing fuel to leak and pose a fire hazard. Units: 5,300.

September 25, 2018 CPSC; Provata Health recalls wristband activity trackers which can overheat during use and pose a burn hazard. Units: 30,000.

September 25, 2018 CPSC; Trager Grills recall Scout and Ranger wood pellet grills because the grease can leak from the drip tray and pose a fire hazard. Units: 16,100.

September 25, 2018 CPSC; Desert Harvest recalls Relevium skin repair cream because of its failure to meet federal child resistant closure requirements. Units: 1,450.

September 21, 2018 CPSC; Woodcraft recalls clip-on adapters for motorcycle handlebars because the adapter plate on the motorcycle handlebars can crack and fail, posing a crash hazard. Units: 400.

September 20, 2018 CPSC; Weeplay Kids recalls children’s coveralls with a hat, from the Ellen DeGeneres collection, because the bunny applique can detach and pose a choking hazard. Units: 2,500 (150 sold in Canada).

September 20, 2018 CPSC; Kaz recalls Stinger Insect Zappers because the insect “kill grid” can detach and pose a shock hazard. Units: 72,000.