New federal safety standards for infant bath tubs went into effect Oct. 2. The regulations require manufacturers to improve warning statements printed on infant bath tubs to protect babies. The safety label will provide caregivers with information about drowning and fall hazards, and how to avoid them, according to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC). The new safety standard additionally requires infant bath tubs to meet improved performance requirements to protect against breakage and broken locking mechanisms. According to the CPSC, there were 31 infant deaths associated with infant bath tubs between 2004 and 2015. That number only includes ... Read More
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