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New Crib Guidelines For Vancouver Parents

   Posted by: Phil   in Child Health

New Crib Guidelines For Vancouver Parents

First time Vancouver parents have many issues to deal with as they prepare for the arrival of their little one, but nothing is more important than crib safety. The federal government has issued new guidelines for crib manufacturers.

As of June 28, 2011, all cribs manufactured and sold in Vancouver and nationally must meet the new standards. The guidelines also apply to used cribs that are resold. Deadly drop-side rail cribs are now prohibited. The new rules also affect crib slat strength, mattress supports, hardware and the amount of testing required.

The new crib guidelines can be found at:

http://www.cpsc.gov/onsafety/2011/03/the-new-crib-standard-questions-and-answers/.

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