The US Product Safety Commission (USPSC) and Fisher-Price issued a joint statement on Friday urging parents to stop using the rocking crib without restraints once their children are able to roll over or are more than three-months-old.
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission confirmed they are investigating the sleeper, but revealed there are no reported deaths in Australia in relation to the product. He also points out that the product "meets all applicable safety standards".
A spokesperson for the commission, Patty Davis, revealed that the most recent death was reported last month.
Amid CR's investigation-and days after we asked for comment-the federal government and Fisher-Price on April 5 issued a warning about the product, which safety advocates believe does not go far enough.
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"If it turns out that it needs to be recalled, we will move forward with that", she told told CNN. The children who died in the sleeper were older than 3 months and, while unrestrained, managed to roll on their stomachs or sides before they died, BuzzFeed News reports. In all cases, the infants were not secured with the sleeper's harness.
In another post in 2016, Benaroch wrote: "The Rock-n-Play Sleeper ... is marketed and sold as a "sleeper.' You can tell, because the word 'sleeper" is in the name of the product".
Doctors advise parents to position babies on their backs in cribs, bassinets or other infant beds. "It is essential that the product warnings and instructions are always followed", said Fisher-Price. We are always concerned by reports such as those we are seeing from the United States, ' the ACCC spokesperson told The Age.