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Toppling furniture and televisions: Anchor them and save a child’s life...News 3 Apr 2017 Tragically, up to two children die every year from furniture or TVs toppling over. Toppling furniture and TVs also cause hundreds of serious injuries each year. Accidents can happen in the blink of an eye. Making
03 Apr 2017
Views sought to help prevent deaths and injuries from toppling furniture and televisions...News 2 Aug 2021 The ACCC is seeking submissions from stakeholders, including consumers, consumer safety advocates, the furniture and television industries, and medical professionals about the safety hazards posed
02 Aug 2021
PSA website redevelopment - survey registration...News 21 Apr 2022...How will it work?...3 hour remote workshop via Zoom with three facilitators from Today. Workshops will be held on 4 & 5 May 2022. You will need a stable internet connection and suitable device to participate on a video call. Provide feedbac
21 Apr 2022
Page We want to hear from you. We have published a consultation paper to seek your views on options to reduce toppling furniture dangers. Find out more . Free standing furniture and TVs can become a safety risk, causing serious injuries or death if they become unstable and tip over. In Australia, th
11 May 2022
Page It’s natural for kids to climb, reach, and pull themselves up on furniture. It might be to reach for a toy or something interesting. But even a small child can make a heavy piece of furniture tip over, with potentially tragic consequences....What can happen...Common household furniture such as booksh
11 May 2022
ACCC seeking to reduce toppling furniture dangers...News 13 May 2022 The ACCC is seeking feedback about ways to reduce the dangers posed by toppling furniture, which has killed at least 28 people in Australia since 2000 and causes close to 20 injuries every week. A consultation paper published today, o
13 May 2022