The People's watchdog CHOICE has tested 22 popular change tables, and found half were unsafe.
Australia has strict guidelines for most children's products, like strollers, cots and car seats. But there is no mandatory standard for change tables.
CHOICE found that not only could children roll off some of them, others had the potential to catch their limbs.
CHOICE says parents should look for tables, with a strap, raised sides, at least 10 cm high and and built in storage, that tiny fingers can't reach.For more information on change tables that failed testing, visit www.choice.com.au/expectantparentsguide
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