§ 23-75-3 Unsafe children's products Prohibition.
(a) No commercial user may remanufacture, retrofit, sell, contract to sell or resell, lease, sublet, or otherwise place in the stream of commerce, on or after January 1, 2004, a children's product that is unsafe.
(b) A children's product is deemed to be unsafe for purposes of this chapter if it meets any of the following criteria:
(1) It does not conform to all federal laws and regulations setting forth standards for the children's product.
(2) It has been recalled for any reason by an agency of the federal government or the product's manufacturer, distributor, or importer and the recall has not been rescinded.
(3) An agency of the federal government has issued a warning that a specific product's intended use constitutes a safety hazard and the warning has not been rescinded.
(c) A crib is presumed to be unsafe for purposes of this chapter if it does not conform to the standards endorsed or established by the Consumer Product Safety Commission, including, but not limited to, title 16 of the Code of Federal Regulations and the American Society for Testing and Materials, as follows:
(1) 16 CFR Part 1508 and any regulations adopted to amend or supplement the regulations.
(2) 16 CFR Part 1509 and any regulations adopted to amend or supplement the regulations.
(3) 16 CFR Part 1303 and any regulations adopted to amend or supplement the regulations.
(4) The following standards and specifications of the American Society for Testing Materials for corner posts of baby cribs and structural integrity of baby cribs:
(i) ASTM F 966-90 (corner post standard).
(ii) ASTM F 1169-88 (structural integrity of full-size baby cribs).
(iii) ASTM F 1822-97 (non-full-size cribs).
(d) Cribs that are unsafe shall include, but not be limited to, cribs that have any of the following dangerous features or characteristics:
(1) Corner posts that extend more than one-sixteenth (1/16) of an inch.
(2) Spaces between side slats more than 2.375 inches.
(3) Mattress support that can be easily dislodged from any point of the crib. A mattress segment can be easily dislodged if it cannot withstand at least a twenty-five (25) pound upward force from underneath the crib.
(4) Cutout designs on the end panels.
(5) Rail height dimensions that do not conform to both of the following:
(i) The height of the rail and end panel as measured from the top of the rail or panel in its lowest position to the top of the mattress support in its highest position is at least nine (9) inches.
(ii) The height of the rail and end panel as measured from the top of the rail or panel in its highest position to the top of the mattress support in its lowest position is at least twenty-six (26) inches.
(6) Any screws, bolts, or hardware that are loose and not secured.
(7) Sharp edges, points, or rough surfaces, or any wood surfaces that are not smooth and free from splinters, splits, or cracks.
(8) Tears in mesh or fabric sides in a non-full-size crib.
(9) A non-full-size crib that folds in a "V" shape design does not have top rails that automatically lock into place when the crib is fully set up.
(10) The mattress pad in a non-full-size mesh/fabric crib exceeds one inch (1").
(P.L. 2002, ch. 410, § 1.)