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.
Apple has recalled up to one million 15-inch MacBook Pros sold between 2015 and 2017 due to the risk of defective batteries overheating and causing fires.
A new document designed to "reduce the number of deaths and injuries from children swallowing button batteries in Australia" comes from the ACCC which urges businesses to take urgent note.
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