& Infant Product Recalls
of toys and products are recalled annually to protect children
from risk of injury or death. This guide will help parents locate
information about recalled products, plus other consumer product
most current information about recalls will be available on
Here are a few of the sites that list recalls for infant and
child products. When
searching for more information, consider using
keywords such as recalls, "product recalls," and "toy
ConsumerAffairs.Com, Inc. is an independent service not affiliated
with any government agency. The site provides safety information,
links to consumer resources and newsletters, and links to recall
notices arranged by categories.
eSafety.com is a ParenthoodWeb family site that advocates family,
children, and home safety. It includes recalls arranged by categories,
recent recall anouncements, and Consumer Product Safety Commission
Safe Kids Campaign - Product Recalls
This site lists product recalls from the previous three months.
You can also search the site for past product recalls.
This site is a project of the National Association of State
Public Interest Research Groups (PIRGs). Information contained
on this site is researched and compiled by state PIRG staff
across the country. You can sign up to receive children's safety
e-mail alerts and can report toys that may be unsafe.
Consumer Product Safety Commission
The Consumer Product Safety Commission is an independent federal
regulatory agency that helps keep the public safe from potentially
dangerous consumer products. There is a link to recalls and
safety news, plus the public can report unsafe products to CPSC
on-line. Two recall categories of specific interest to parents
Product Recalls and Toys
local library's database collection will provide access to recall
information published in magazine and newspaper articles. Ask
your librarian for help in finding these materials
or visit your library online at www.nassaulibrary.org/list/nasslist.html
by Consumer Union, this magazine is considered an authority
on consumer products.
monthly magazine includes recall updates in each issue.