The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has approved a final safety standard for infant swings based on voluntary standard ASTM F2088-12a. Among other matters, the new rule, which will apply to products manufactured on or after May 7, 2013, requires a strengthened warning to prevent slump-over deaths; tests to prevent tip-overs and unintentional folding; restraint system tests; and shoulder strap restraints for swings with seats at greater than a 50-degree angle. According to the agency, “[b]etween May 2011 and May 2012, CPSC received reports of 351 infant swing-related incidents, two of which resulted in fatalities.” The commissioners unanimously approved the noncontroversial rule in October. See Federal Register, November 7, 2012; CPSC News Release, November 13, 2012.