When was the last time your business evaluated its product quality and safety compliance efforts? For today’s retailers, examining product quality and safety is crucial and remains an ongoing campaign. And companies that prioritize product q
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is tasked with ensuring products are safe for consumers. Meanwhile, businesses that fail to comply with CPSC guidelines could suffer costly fines, along with brand reputation damage and loss of re
Product safety is crucial, and companies that devote the necessary time and resources to develop and deploy secure, high-quality products can avoid the risk of U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) violations.
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Although your business may invest significant time and resources to learn about its products and ensure they are safe to use, there may be risks that minor issues could slip through the cracks. And if these problems escalate, they could become ser
No business wants to encounter civil penalties due to product defects. However, these problems may arise if a company is unable to identify and report such issues properly.
For example, consider Kolcraft Enterprises, a Chicago-based supplier
Since the passing of the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008, many steps have been taken to strengthen the CPSC’s ability to protect consumers from dangerous products. Most recently the CPSC has proposed new guidelines for voluntary
What does it mean to be ahead of risk? You’re not a fortune teller, but what if you could harness your data and know if a product is potentially hazardous? As a retailer, you are required to report products that fail to comply with a safety rule