o Standards have also been promulgated for play yards, bath seats, portable bed rails, infant walkers and toddler beds. o Standards will be promulgated for high chairs, booster chairs, hook on chairs; gates and other enclosures; stationary activity centers; infant carriers; strollers; walkers; swings; and bassinets and cradles, changing tables, infant bath tubs, and infant slings. • Eight toxic phthalates are banned from children’s products. • Mandatory standards for toys have been implemented. • Cribs used in daycare centers and hotels have to meet strong safety standards. • Product registration cards and a means to register online are required for certain infant and toddler durable products. • State Attorneys General have the necessary authority to enforce product safety laws. • The CPSC has the authority to levy more significant civil penalties against violators of its safety regulations, which will help deter wrongdoing. • Whistleblowers will be granted important protections. • The CPSC received substantial increases in its resources – including its staffing levels, its laboratory and computer resources and its various authorities to conduct recalls and take other actions. • The CPSC has been able to address product safety at U.S. ports.