Selling children’s products on Amazon in the United States requires full compliance with the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA). In this guide, you will learn why Amazon requires CPSIA compliance – and what documents they normally request. Continue reading CPSIA Requirements For Amazon Sellers: Frequently Answered Questions
Warning labeling requirements in the United States cover everything from suffocation hazards and small parts to fall and strangulation risks. This guide serves as a brief instruction to warning labeling requirements for children’s products in the United States.
Further, we provide warning label examples that are published on official websites such as Federalregister.gov. However, keep in mind that these examples might already be outdated. Continue reading Warning Labeling Requirements for Children’s Product in the United States
User instructions and manuals are something we often take for granted without giving second thoughts. What many importers and manufacturers may not be aware of is that providing user instructions is often mandatory. In this guide, provide some examples concerning product regulations and standards that cover user instructions requirements in the United States.
Further, we also list companies offering user instruction writing services for the US market.
Baby pacifiers are subject to safety standards, substance regulations, labeling, certification, and lab testing requirements in the United States. In this guide, we explain the basics that every baby pacifier importer or manufacturer in the US must know about CPSIA, ASTM standards, compliance risks, and more.
Underwriter Laboratories (UL) are most well-known for developing product standards – also known as UL standards. While UL also offers lab testing services, other labs are also accredited to test products according to applicable UL standards.
In this guide, we list several leading companies offering UL standards testing solutions for electronics, and other product categories. Continue reading List of UL Standards Testing Companies: Our Top 7 Picks
All children’s products manufactured or imported in the US are covered by the CPSIA. However, additional requirements apply to certain types of children’s furniture, baby walkers, play yards, and other products classified as durable infant and toddler products.
In this guide, we explain what these additional requirements are, and how this impacts importers and Amazon sellers in particular. Continue reading CPSIA Durable Infant or Toddler Products Guide
Baby carriers manufactured and imported in the United States are covered by mandatory safety standards, substance restrictions, labeling, certification, and lab testing requirements. In this guide, we cover CPSIA, ASTM standards, and other compliance requirements applicable to several types of baby carriers – including soft infant carriers, frame child carriers, and sling carriers.
Planning to import or manufacture baby feeding bottles in the United States? In this guide, we explain what you must know about safety standards, substance restrictions, labeling requirements, lab testing, and certification.
We also explain why baby bottle importers must be particularly careful when buying from overseas manufacturers.
California Proposition 65 restricts heavy metals, phthalates, and other substances in consumer products sold in California. The regulation applies to most consumer products, and for all age groups. In this guide, we explain what importers and Amazon sellers must know about restricted substances, warning labeling, lab testing, and compliance risks.
The Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) sets safety requirements for various types of PPE, workwear, and other related products. Such products include face shields, safety glasses, N95 masks, helmets, and work shoes.
Ensuring compliance with the Occupational Safety and Health Act may require that you follow certain ANSI (or other) product standards, arrange lab testing, and issue certain documents – such as a safety manual.
Keep reading, and learn what American importers must know about the Occupational Safety and Health Act.