Safety Recalls

Health Canada\'s sampling and evaluation program has determined that these bath toys do not meet the Phthalates Regulations for the allowable limit of Di(2-ethylhexyl) Phthalate (DEHP).
Drawstrings on children\'s outerwear can become caught on playground equipment, fences or other objects and result in strangulation, or in the case of vehicles, in the child being dragged.
Dust can enter the machine and cause the switch trigger to remain on, posing a laceration hazard.
If the nock is not fully engaged with the bowstring, the Ravin Crossbow may not discharge when the trigger is pulled. Failure to return the Safety to the SAFE position may result in the bow discharging while re-nocking of the arrow. If the bow discharges the arrow during re-nocking and the user has ignored the additional warning to not put their hand in the bowstring path, the bowstring can impact the user\'s hand possibly causing a laceration hazard to the finger.
Water can leak into the weatherproof connector on the power adapter and cause a short circuit, melting, and overheating, posing a fire hazard.
The work boots bear an unauthorized CSA tag. The CSA group has not certified the boots. The products may not meet CSA standards and therefore may not protect from foot injuries as a result of perforation, electrostatic charges, or a blow from a heavy object, for example.
Health Canada\'s sampling and evaluation program has determined that these strollers do not meet the Carriages and Strollers Regulations in Canada. Specifically, the strollers contain barium in excess of allowable limits.
Threading on the bolts is undersized and as a result, there is insufficient thread engagement with nut. Due to this defect, under certain load conditions, the nut could come lose from the bolt and destabilize the saddle, causing the saddle to tip to one side and the transmission to fall off the jack.
Health Canada\'s sampling and evaluation program has determined that these plastic squeeze toys do not meet thePhthalates Regulationsand may pose a chemical hazard. Specifically the toys contain a phthalate, di(2-thylhexyl) (DEHP), that exceeds the allowable limit. Studies suggest that certain phthalates, including DEHP, may cause reproductive and developmental abnormalities in young children when soft vinyl products containing phthalates are sucked or chewed for extended periods.
The recalled products do not meet labelling requirements for potentially flammable and explosive products under the Consumer Chemicals and Containers Regulations, 2001, under the Canada Consumer Product Safety Act. This lack of labelling information, including appropriate warnings, could result in misuse of the product and lead to serious injury.