BABYBJÖRN and product safety
Your child’s safety is of the utmost priority to us, here at BabyBjörn, so we always have our products checked by independent test institutes. As a parent, you should be able to feel safe and secure when you and your child use a BabyBjörn product. When children suck on their baby carrier, get messy in their Eat and Play Smock or sleep in their Travel Crib, you can rest assured that these products have been properly tested and approved.
Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008
The General Conformity Certificate, PDF
BABYBJÖRN® Statement Related to Flame Retardants
Environmental Science & Technology magazine reported in May 2011 that the foam found in many baby products (e.g., portable mattresses, baby carriers, changing table pads, etc.) contains chlorinated Tris, or other flame retardants. These chemicals, while legal to use in the US, are considered toxic.
This is not an issue for BabyBjörn products. Each of our products meets all safety requirements of the 2008 Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act, including those related to flame resistance, and they also are certified to a rigorous, international standard (Oeko-Tex Standard 100; Class I). This standard prohibits the use of flame retardant chemicals (e.g., Tris, PBB, TEPA, TCEP9, etc.) in products made for children.
In short, your child’s well-being is our first priority. You can use all BabyBjörn products with confidence, knowing that they are free from health-hazardous substances.