Regulations have been introduced by the Commonwealth Government to reduce the risks that button and coin batteries present to young children.
A campaign warning parents and carers of the dangers of button batteries has been launched by the ACCC.
Australia’s consumer watchdog the ACCC has proposed new mandatory standards on button battery safety as it focuses efforts to ensure consumers are not exposed to potentially unsafe products.
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