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  • Category: Dangerous Products

    New Federal Infant Sleep Safety Standard

    A Consumer Reports analysis determined that inclined sleepers have been the culprits in at least 92 deaths and more than 1,000 incidents (some of which resulted in serious injuries) among young children. Inclined sleepers create an array of catastrophic hazards: chiefly, that they position an infant’s body at an upward angle between 10 and 30[…]

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    Most Dangerous Toys of 2020

    Believe it or not, not all toys are safe for children. Even ones that are for sale in stores or online may come with a slew of unknown hazards. With the holiday season rapidly approaching, it is important to know which ones are notorious for causing injury. Every year, consumer watchdog groups compile data to[…]

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    Safely Using Portable Generators

    The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) wants people to take note: the risks of carbon monoxide poisoning, electrical dangers, and house fires increase after a storm hits. More than 36 million people experience power outages every year, making portable generators a popular choice for powering up their essential appliances while main utility providers are down.[…]

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    Pressure Washer Injuries

    Pressure washers (also sometimes called power washers) are power tools that spray water at high pressures. They clean different types of surfaces and can remove mold, paint, dust, mud, grime, and paint. As such, they are popular tools in a variety of workplaces as well as in residential settings. Pressure washers spray water at such[…]

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    Snow Blower Safety Tips

    Every year, snow blowers are responsible for thousands of serious injuries. Although there has not been a major snowfall in the Philadelphia area quite yet this winter, meteorologists are predicting major storms are still to come. Before using a snow blower, it is important to know how to safely operate one in order to avoid[…]

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