The definition of “children’s product” in the Oregon Revised Statute ORS 431A.253 reads, in part:
(3)(a) “Children’s product” means:
(A) Any of the following products that are made for, marketed for use by or marketed to children under 12 years of age:
(i) A product designed or intended by the manufacturer to facilitate sucking, teething, sleep, relaxation, feeding or drinking.
(ii) children’s clothing and footwear.
(B) Any component part of a product specified in subparagraph (A) of this paragraph.
Products intended to facilitate sleep or relaxation are part of the definition of “children’s product.” This means children’s beds, head boards for children’s beds and cribs, children’s stuffed chairs or other furniture for relaxing as well as other sleep-related products (sheets, pillows, blankets, etc.), should be reported if they contain High Priority Chemical of Concern for Children’s Health (HPCCCH) above de minimis levels.
Under the statute and Oregon Administrative Rules, children’s dressers, desks, nightstands, hard chairs, tables and any other furniture that does not facilitate sleep or relaxation, are not included in the definition of “children’s products.”