Publications

Think Safety First - Prams and Strollers

Prams and strollers help you get out and about with your baby. However, prams and strollers can roll-away or tip-over, causing serious injuries.

Date published: 
12 Apr 2016

Think Safety First - Furniture Stability

From a child’s point of view, your home looks like a big playground. But there are hidden dangers they don’t recognise.

Date published: 
12 Apr 2016

Toppling furniture: why anchor it?

This fact card provides simple steps to help prevent death or injury to small children when choosing and securing furniture in your home.
Date published: 
24 Jun 2015

Consumer awareness of furniture stability risks and prevention

Research report containing the results of an Australian consumer survey on furniture stability. Specifically, the research focuses on the particular dangers of common furniture in homes with children under the age of five.
Date published: 
24 Jun 2015

Consumer protection notice No. 3 of 2015 - Safety warning notice (Frank Masons cots)

Wooden Baby Sleigh Cot Bed in white or dark wood colour. Sold with drawer, and teething rail supplied by Frank Masons Pty Ltd .
Date published: 
24 Apr 2015

Choke Check – the DIY safety tool

Do you have or care for children under 3 years old? Get the ACCC's free do-it-yourself Choke Check tool to help you identify toys and other objects that can pose choking or ingestion hazards to young children.
Date published: 
1 Jul 2014

Baby slings

Parents and carers should take care when using slings and pouches to carry babies. This fact sheet includes steps for the correct use of baby slings.
Date published: 
20 Jun 2014

Keeping baby safe - a guide to infant and nursery products

The Keeping Baby Safe Booklet provides some easy steps you can take to ensure your baby remains safe in your home.
Date published: 
18 Jun 2013

Ban on small, high powered magnets

This bulletin provides information about the permanent ban on certain small, high powered magnets.
Date published: 
18 Jun 2013

Portable pools - Kids can down without a sound brochure

Even in small or large portable pools, kids can drown in seconds!
Date published: 
13 Dec 2012