To help prevent TV tip-overs, Safe Kids Worldwide and CEA launched National TV Safety Day, the day before the Super Bowl.
National TV Safety Day raises awareness about TV tip-overs and educates parents and caregivers about the simple things they can do to make their homes safer. We're asking families to add one important, and perhaps overlooked, task to their big game prep. Do a quick check of their homes and make sure their TVs are safely secured and properly placed.
CEA also encourages its members to use the following flyer in their users' manuals. If you would like to customize these documents to your company's needs, please contact Bill Belt.
TV Stability Flyer – English
TV Stability Flyer – French
TV Stability Flyer – Spanish
Infant TV viewing
In response to the American Academy of Pediatric's recent recommendation that children younger than two years of age should not view television, CEA's manufactures have begun voluntarily including the following language in their product literature:
The American Academy of Pediatrics discourages television viewing for children younger than two years of age.
V-Chip technology allows parents the ability to determine what is appropriate for their children to see on and hear on TV. Learn how to use V-Chip technology to control access to your television programming.
Get the most out of your equipment by playing it at a safe level - a level that lets the sound come through without damaging your hearing.
Safety is paramount in a moving vehicle, and a driver's highest priority must be maintaining safe control at all times.
CEA launched the Innovating Safety campaign to improve consumer awareness and understanding of the broad spectrum of safety enhancing technologies available today.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC)
The Underwriters Laboratories (UL)
Safe Kids Worldwide
The American Academy of Pediatrics
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA)