Consumer Reports put seventeen short dressers marketed as being 30 inches or less through rigorous tip-over testing

Consumer Reports put seventeen short dressers marketed as being 30 inches or less--a height currently exempt from the industry’s voluntary stability standard--through rigorous tip-over testing. The Results:  Twelve failed at least one test. Here’s what that means for your family. Dressers Exempt From Industry Safety Standard Fail Consumer Reports’ Tests: New government data show

Consumer Reports Year-Long Investigation of Deadly Tip-Overs Finds Voluntary Standard Leaves Too Many Children at Risk: Organization calls for stronger, mandatory standards to prevent child injuries and deaths

Consumer Reports Year-Long Investigation of Deadly Tip-Overs Finds Voluntary Standard Leaves Too Many Children at Risk: Organization calls for stronger, mandatory standards to prevent child injuries and deaths March 23, 2018 READ THE FULL ARTICLE

Furniture Tip Overs: A Hidden Hazard in your Home Some makers do it right, but children still die from unstable dressers. And there are no laws to help prevent future tragedies.

Furniture Tip Overs: A Hidden Hazard in your Home  Some makers do it right, but children still die from unstable dressers. And there are no laws to help prevent future tragedies. March 22, 2018 READ THE FULL ARTICLE