Bassinets and Change Tables for Harmony Play & Go Playards recalled due to potential suffocation and entrapment hazards

Consumer product recall published by Health Canada,
Identification number RA-72202,
Last updated 2022-11-18

Summary.
Product. Various Bassinets and Change Tables for Harmony Play & Go Playards recalled due to potential suffocation and entrapment hazards
Issue. Consumer products – Entrapment hazard
Consumer products – Physical hazard
What to do. Do not use the bassinet without the structural bars in place. Stop using the instructions for the change table. Contact Harmony for instructions to correct these accessories for continued use.
Affected products

This voluntary recall involves bassinets and/or change tables for various Harmony Play & Go Playards. Playards sold without these accessories are not included in this recall.

The affected accessory models are outlined in the table below and include serial numbers 000100010001 to 004400010001. The product model and serial number for the affected accessories may be found on the product sticker located on the underside of the playard. The affected products were manufactured from January 10, 2020 to November 20, 2021.

The following accessories are included in the recall:

Affected products Model Colour
Bassinet: Harmony Play & Go Deluxe Playard 0801001PXL Grey/green mix
Bassinet and Change Table: Harmony Play & Go Complete Playard 0801014GGY Grey
Bassinet: Harmony Play & Go Deluxe Playard 0801005MGL Black/pink mix
Bassinet and Change Table: Harmony Play & Go Complete Playard 0801012BGY Black
Bassinet and Change Table: Harmony Play & Go Complete LT Playard 08LT013BGY Black
Bassinet and Change Table: Harmony Play & Go All-in-One Playard 801006NTL Black
Issue

Health Canada’s sampling and evaluation program has determined that these accessories do not meet Canada’s Playpens Regulations. Specifically:

  • If the bassinet structural support bars are not in place and fully assembled in accordance with the manufacturer instructions, and if an unattended infant is placed cross-wise on the bassinet without the bassinet structural support bars in place, an uneven sleeping surface may be created posing a potential risk of injury or death due to suffocation.
  • If a child is left unattended in the bassinet or playard portion of the playard while the change table accessory is installed, contrary to the manufacturer instructions, a child could attempt to lift the change table accessory posing a potential risk of injury or death due to entrapment.

As of November 15, 2022, the company has received no reports of incidents or injuries related to the affected products in Canada.

For more information on playards, please visit the Government of Canada’s webpage on Playpen safety.

What you should do
Bassinet Consumers should not use the bassinet of the Harmony Play & Go Playard without the accompanying bassinet structural support bars in place. Consumers should contact Harmony to receive a free kit to eliminate the possibility of removing the bassinet structural support bars.
Change Table Consumers should immediately detach and discard the change table straps and stop using the instructions for the change table. Consumers should contact Harmony to obtain updated change table instructions. Once the updated change table instructions have been reviewed, consumers may continue to use Harmony Play & Go Playard change table in accordance with the updated instructions.

For updated instructions, additional information or to schedule a call with Harmony, consumers may contact Harmony Juvenile by email at: customerservice@harmonyjuvenile.com.

Please note that the Canada Consumer Product Safety Act prohibits recalled products from being redistributed, sold or even given away in Canada.

Health Canada would like to remind Canadians to report any health or safety incidents related to the use of this product or any other consumer product or cosmetic by filling out the Consumer Product Incident Report Form.

This recall is also posted on the OECD Global Portal on Product Recalls website. You can visit this site for more information on other international consumer product recalls.

Source Health Canada

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