Crib design has changed a lot since '86. Even with the improvements one still hears of recalls of poorly designed or poorly made cribs.
Health Canada has a crib safety booklet online. If you have a baby, or a crib in your home for that matter, please take the time to read this booklet.
You have to very diligent when it comes to buying products for a young child.
Health Canada and the US Consumer Product Safety Commission (US CPSC) are aware of two infants suffocating in the United States while using these products. In the United States, along with the two fatalities, there have also been three other incidents reported.
The product's inclined sleeping surface increases the risk of the infant rolling and becoming wedged in a position where they can no longer breathe.