Business & Manufacturing.
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Small Business Resources.
Find help to better understand CPSC’s statutes, regulations, and regulatory process and your compliance obligations.
Learn more about CPSC’s import safety program, which is proactively working to stop hazardous products at ports of entry.
Learn about the agency’s global work and find training materials in multiple languages, all of which support CPSC’s vision to become the recognized global leader in consumer product safety.
Civil and Criminal Penalties Search.
When CPSC is involved in a civil or criminal investigation into violations of the Consumer Products Safety Act the Commission publishes final determinations and those penalties are also recorded in the Civil and Criminal Penalties Database. You can search this database for records by civil or criminal penalties as well as by company, product, and fiscal year.
Testing & Certification.
Federal law requires manufacturers and importers to test many consumer products for compliance with consumer product safety requirements. Learn more here.
The Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA)
The CPSIA of 2008 authorized a variety of new regulations and testing requirements for children’s products and some non-children’s products. If you are a manufacturer, importer, distributor, or retailer of consumer goods, all of your products must comply with the CPSIA and other laws enforced by the CPSC.
Join the Business Portal on SaferProducts.gov.
CPSC’s Business Portal is the online home for businesses to tell CPSC about hazardous products and to review and comment on consumer product safety reports submitted to CPSC.gov.
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