Complying with Children's Products Safety Rules and Regulations
As we head into the busiest time of the year for consumer purchases of children's toys and games, it is important to be mindful of the rules and regulations governing children's products' safety. Below are just a few of the considerations to keep in mind as we enter this heavy shopping season:
- Do your products comply with federal lead content regulations?
- Do your products contain any small parts or choking hazards, and if so, have they been properly tested and marketed for use by children of the proper age group?
- Do the children's toys you manufacture, market and sell comply with all of the regulations of the Consumer Products Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA)?
For insights into these and other safety issues affecting children's products, please visit our Safety and Hazards page containing all of the articles the Stinson Leonard Street Children's Products Group has written on children's products hazards and safety. You may also find our insights into state and federal laws governing children's products helpful, which can be found on our State Laws and Federal Preemption Issues page. We welcome any comments or questions you may have on these issues.
For more information on the rules and regulations governing children's products safety, please Michelle Corrigan or the Stinson Leonard Street contact with whom you regularly work.