The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is implementing a new safety standard for all high chairs for public commercial establishments as well as residential (home) use, effective June 19, 2019. The new standard was drafted with the goal of addressing a number of perceived hazards, primary among them, increasing the rearward stability of high chairs to prevent them from easily tipping backwards. In addition, the new safety standard mandates an active three-point restraint system and requires the inclusion of warning label about the tipping hazards associated with high chairs as well as product registration in the event of product recalls. The new regulation was published in the Federal Register on June 19, 2018 with the proviso that the new standard would become effective one year after publication. The CPSC also adopted a new standard for booster seats, again for commercial as well as residential use, but that standard does not become effective until 18 months after the July 2, 2018 publication in the Federal Register, or January 2, 2020.