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High Chair Safety Standards Changing To Require 3-Point Harness

High Chair Safety Standards Changing To Require 3-Point Harness


An estimated 18,500 high chair-related injuries were treated in emergency rooms from 2015-16.

High chairs used both at home and at restaurants will need to have a three-point restraint system and include a passive crotch restraint, as well as requirements for rearward stability.

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