The recalled aerosol cans may corrode leading to leakage of the propellant rendering the aerosol can inoperable.
The recalled products are sold to consumers with the inner foam liner in the helmet detached from the outer plastic shell, which poses a head injury hazard.
The carrier's side straps may loosen unexpectedly from the buckle, posing a fall hazard to the child in the carrier.
Erfa Canada 2012 Inc. and Health Canada have received reports of defective 250 mg Zarontin softgel capsules (DIN 00022799), a prescription epilepsy drug, including reports of patients experiencing a higher frequency of seizures after taking capsules that appeared cloudy, broken, leaking, sticky or clumping together. Zarontin is available as capsules or as a syrup. The syrup is not affected by this issue.
The recalled products do not have proper hazard labelling required by the Consumer Chemicals and Containers Regulations, 2001 under the Canada Consumer Product Safety Act (CCPSA).
The pompom on the boot may detach and pose a choking hazard to children.
This recall is due to possible contamination with the bacteria Burkholderia cepacia (B. cepacia). This bacterium poses little medical risk to healthy people. However, hospitalized patients and people who have certain health problems like a weakened immune system or chronic lung disease, particularly cystic fibrosis, may be more susceptible to infections with B. cepacia. Adverse effects can range from non-serious events, such as rash or other skin irritations, to potentially serious and even life-threatening infections of the blood stream or respiratory system.
Certain vehicles may not comply with the requirements of Canada Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (CMVSS) 208 - Occupant Protection in Frontal Impacts. The driver's frontal airbag inflator module may not meet the neck injury protection requirement the standard for small stature persons. This could increase the risk of injury to the seat occupant in a crash where frontal airbag deployment is warranted. Correction: Dealers will replace the drivers front airbag module.
When a propane cylinder is positioned on its side (horizontal position), a significant amount of propane may be released posing fire and explosion hazards, which may result in injuries and property damage.
On certain travel trailers, the drawbars and coupler used on the vehicle may not be suitable for the size and weight of the travel trailer. This could cause the drawbar to fracture or fail while traveling, increasing the risk of a crash causing injury and/or damage to property. Correction: Dealers will replace the drawbar.
On certain motorhomes, the shower head could be lowered into the shower pan or sink basin, which could cause it to siphon waste water in the event of a waste water back-up. This could result in the contamination of the fresh water system which could compromise the health of the vehicle occupants if consumed. Correction: Dealers will install guide rings on the shower hose to prevent it from being lowered in the shower pan or sink basin.
The battery can overheat, while charging or discharging, posing a potential fire hazard.