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SaferProducts.gov: CPSC's Public Database

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Learn the basics of CPSC's consumer product safety reporting website and one-stop portal for businesses.

Learn the basics of CPSC's consumer product safety reporting website and one-stop portal for businesses.

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  • 1. CPSC’s Public Database Dean Woodard*This presentation was prepared by CPSC staff. It has not been reviewed or approved by, andmay not necessarily reflect the views of, the Commission.
  • 2. CPSC Need for Death/Injury/Incident Data Set Priorities Support Ban or Recall of Hazardous Products Convince Industry and Others of Need for Product Standard Support Development of Product Standards Evaluate the Effectiveness of Product Standards Develop Information and Education Campaigns to Raise Public Awareness of Product Safety
  • 3. Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008 Signed into law in August 2008 http://www.cpsc.gov/cpsia.pdf Sec. 212. Establishment of a Public ConsumerProduct Safety Information Database
  • 4. Sec. 212. Establishment of a Public Consumer Product Safety Information Database. Establishment of a publicly available, searchable, internet based website. Searchable by manufacturer or private labeler. Transmission of reports to manufacturers or private labelers within 5 business days of receiving report. Reports of harm relating to the use of consumer products and other products or substances regulated by CPSC that are received by CPSC are to be made available in a database no later than 10 days after manufacturer or private labeler is sent report.
  • 5. H.R. 2715 Delays publication of report up to 5 additional days if a manufacturer submits a Materially Inaccurate claim. Additional effort to collect model, serial number, or photo of product.
  • 6. Reporting an Unsafe Product
  • 7. ConsumerLocal governmentState governmentFederal governmentPublic SafetyHealth CareMedical ExaminerChild Service
  • 8. Searching for Incidents and Recalls
  • 9. Business Registration
  • 10. Eligible for release on Saferproducts.gov Consumer product identified Report of (potential) harm Manufacturer identified Contact information of submitter Verification of content by submitter Consent of submitter to publish Category of submitter Date of incident
  • 11. Contact Information Dwoodard@cpsc.govU.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission 4330 East West Hwy Bethesda, MD 20814