When a product presents a safety risk

If a product is found to present a safety risk, it may need to be recalled. Recalling products identified as safety hazards can help to prevent injuries to consumers and getting a repair or replacement for the product or a refund. Here is the current list of recalls:

The ACCC product safety recall process involves:

  • stopping the supply of a product
  • informing the relevant authorities of the problem
  • warning consumers of the hazard the product presents
  • offering consumers a remedy in the form of a repair, replacement or refund.

Stay up-to-date – Be aware of important product safety-related news and alerts by visiting the Product Safety Australia and Product Safety Recalls Australia websites and on social media.