This recall involves the side rails on 34 different Lea children’s bed collections, including loft, bunk and panel styles in twin, full and queen sizes. Date codes between August 2008 and March 2013, shown as 8-2008 through 3-2013, are included in this recall. This recall involves a Twin-over-Twin model 341-33, and a Twin-over-Futon model 344-54 bunk beds. Recall list of Twin, Full & Bunk Beds Recalls by CPSC. Bunk Beds. A recall was issued on 2013-11-12 due to a potential entrapment hazard.
05-21, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) published a recall regarding Lea Panel, Loft and Bunk Beds (Twin, Full and Queen) due to a potential fall hazard. This product sold new beginning in August 2008 for about 400 to 3000. Lea Industries of High Point, N.C., is recalling about 500 Lea Covington and Hannah Collection Bunk Beds. The bunk bed can be assembled incorrectly, creating a space that exceeds the 1. IKEA stores nationwide and online at www.ikea-usa.com from July 2005, through May 2013, for between 60 and 90. The recall covers some 59,200 panel, loft and bunk beds sold in the U.S. and 4,200 sold in Canada, according to the U.
Hazards in your child’s bedroom or playroom can pose potentially serious injuries to babies and young children. Regularly checking the Parents.com Product Recall Finder can help keep your kids healthy and safe. Riley Duo Bunk Beds photo Riley Duo Bunk Beds, Wood Castle Furniture, Kids Furniture, Nov 12, 2013. The recalled beds came in loft and bunk styles, and have side rails that can break, posing a fall hazard. Scandinavian furniture chain IKEA has recalled 40000 children’s beds after receiving reports of breakage and an increased risk of injury. Bunk Bed Safety Nationwide Children’s Hospital, accessed August 15, 2013.
Bunk Bed Recall, Lea Children’s Beds In Twin, Full And Queen Sizes Recalled
A label on the headboard or underside of the KRITTER bed has a date stamp. A line of bunk beds that pose an entrapment risk to children if assembled incorrectly. They were sold at archery and hunting sporting goods stores nationwide from May 2013 through April 2014. WHY: The crossbow can fire an arrow unexpectedly without the trigger being pulled, posing an injury hazard to the user and to bystanders. Lea Industries has announced a recall of several styles of its Lea Panel, Loft and Bunk Beds due to a fall hazard. The recalled beds were sold at Direct Buy stores and furniture stores nationwide, and online at Amazon.com and various other websites from August 2008 through March 2013 for between 400 and 3,000. In one scary incident, a Wisconsin girl was making the bed on her top bunk and it collapsed on her younger sister! If your bed’s manufacture date is between August 2008 and March 2013, it is included in the recall and not considered safe. Sold at Furnitureland South and other major furniture stores nationwide and online at Hayneedle.com and others from March 2013 through April 2014 for about 350. Lea Industries Recalls Bunk Beds with Bookcases Due to Risk of Entrapment (Recall Alert). From 21 October 2013 bunk beds supplied in short-term rental accommodation in Queensland will have to meet mandatory safety standards. Bed retail chains Sleep City Holdings Limited and Fantastic Furniture Pty Ltd have recalled bunk beds that failed to meet the required safety standard.
Kids Furniture Recalls
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, in cooperation with Wood Castle Furniture, has announced the voluntary recall of about 1,000 Riley Duo Bunk Beds because the openings between the guardrails on the bunk bed can exceed 3 inches in width, which is too wide and does not meet safety standards. Others include bunk beds with dangerous guard rail spaces and pajamas that fail to meet flammability standards. Page 1 of 2. Recalls this week: Children’s wagons, bunk beds. By The Associated Press 12:31 p.m. Nov. 15, 2013. 0. Children under the age of six suffered the majority of the bunk bed injuries and were at the highest risk for death resulting from head entrapment and collapsing mattresses. In September 2009, CPSC and Big Lots recalled this bunk bed for fall and injury hazards. The portal includes information on mandatory and voluntary consumer product recalls which were issued by a governmental body and were made publicly available.
Outdoor furniture, bunk beds, indoor and office chairs, furniture products in all these categories were recalled in 2015. Following a large increase in RAPEX furniture product recalls in 2013, when 19 products were recalled, the numbers for 2014 and 2015 have dropped and remained stable (12 and 11 recalls respectively). A North Carolina company is recalling about 59200 children’s beds because of a fall hazard. According to the Consumer Product Safety Commission, side rails on 34 different Lea Industries children’s bed collections — including loft, bunk and panel styles in twin, full and queen sizes — can break, posing a fall hazard. Date codes between August 2008 and March 2013, shown as 8-2008 through 3-2013, are included in this recall.