CPSIA testing ensures children’s toys comply with the US Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) of 2008. The act specifically targets children’s products, which the Act defines as any product designed or intended primarily for use by children aged 12 or younger. Manufacturers must prove that products sold in the US comply with the law, and so CPSIA testing is and essential step in going to market.
US manufacturers and importers are required to test children’s products to ensure they do not contain hazardous substances, including lead and phthalates, and that they also comply with toy safety requirements. CPSIA testing will:
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