Safety 1st Highchair Recall Issued After Reports of Infants Removing Tray, Suffering Injuries

About 35,000 Safety 1st wooden highchairs are being recalled following dozens of reports of problems where children were able to remove the table trays, resulting in almost a number of injuries after infants fell from the highchair. 

The Safety 1st Décor wooden highchair recall was announced by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) on October 8, following at least 68 incident reports indicating children were able to remove the highchair trays. The reports indicate that 11 children suffered abrasions, chipped teeth, and lacerations, with some requiring medical attention.

The CPSC and Safety 1st are urging customers to stop using the highchairs immediately, as the chairs pose a serious injury hazard risk to children if are able to remove the tray table and fall.

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The recall includes Safety 1st Wood Décor highchairs sold under the model names Casablanca (model number HC144BZF), Gentle Lace (model number FC229CZF) and Black Lace (model number HC229CYG).

The chairs are made of a black wooden A-frame and have a removable fabric with black and white printed seat pads with blue or pink trimming. The highchairs are also equipped with a white plastic detachable tray with a cone-shaped center divider that fits between the child’s legs. The plastic trays have the brand name “Safety 1st” printed on the front center. Customers may identify if their highchair is included in the recall by locating the model numbers printed under the highseats chair.

The recalled highchairs were manufactured in China under Dorel Juvenile Group of Columbus, Indiana where they were sold at Babies R Us and Toys R Us stores nationwide as well as online at,,,, and other various online retailers from May 2013 to May 2015 for about $120.

Customers are being asked to stop using the recalled highchairs immediately and contact Safety 1st at 877-717-7823 or visit them online at and navigate to the “Safety Notices” tab at the top of the page for information on how to receive a new tray with instructions. Customers may also email the company at


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