U.S. CPSIA / CPSC Consumer Testing Profile August 14, 2008, signed by President Bush issued the "2008 Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act" (CPSIA), which is the original "Consumer Product Safety Act" (CPSA) of the major changes. Amendments covering a wide range, fundamentally changed the U.S. Consumer Product Safety regulatory system, causing great concern to manufacturers of consumer goods. The bill requires each children's products into the United States should be given after the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission CPSC qualified third-party testing organization recognized safety certification.
CPSIA bill points Limit of lead in children's products (total lead) content ■ All children's products contained lead content limits for various materials: ■ 600ppm - 180 days after enactment of the amendments take effect: ■ 300ppm - one year after the enactment of the amendments take effect: ■ 100ppm (CPSC recognition as technically feasible) - three years after the enactment of amendments to take effect: The lead content of paints and coatings Children's products lead in paint and coatings from the current 600ppm limit down to 90ppm Prohibit the sale of certain products containing phthalates Prohibit the sale includes six kinds of phthalates in children's toys and child care Toy mandatory (legal) safety standards 180 days after enactment of the amendment, the United States prepared Society for Testing and Materials ASTM F963-07 will be issued automatically as a CPSC safety standards. Mandatory testing and certification All related to Children's Products Safety Act and regulations (including the amendment, other similar standards, regulations, prohibitions, regulations and other enforceable bill CPSC) product manufacturers must have a CPSC approved qualified third-party testing organization for testing, to prove that their products comply with CPSC to enforce the relevant standards and regulations, and various specific provisions.
Detection Services ■ all kinds of consumer goods (including toys, children's products) lead content test: ■ detection of lead paint and coatings: ■ phthalates detected: ■ Pacifier / cups safety testing:
Detection Services ■ toys ■ Children's Products ■ Child Care ■ baby pacifiers or cups ■ all kinds of consumer goods CPSIA bill covers a very wide, in addition to currently available that food, cosmetics, medical equipment and other federal agencies other than the control product is not a "consumer" category, but covering almost all consumer goods. Like baby pacifiers or cups these products are also subject to CPSC and the FDA (U.S. Food and Drug Administration) jurisdiction. FDA regulation is indirectly added to food additives, for example, may be released from the container to the chemical substances in food or drink; and CPSC is the product of external control, which is part of the direct and consumer contact.