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The well-being of children is our top priority. That’s why we put safety first, from product design to manufacturing. You can rest assured that all of our toys must pass rigorous independent safety tests before they ever go to market.

Recently, legislators in Washington passed the CPSIA, which governs safety standards in children's products. This legislation poses additional standards on products that have long been considered safe.

As a result, enhanced safety testing will make it difficult for manufacturers to create affordable products. While we would never compromise the safety of our products, we are concerned that this extreme legislation will do more harm to our industry than good to the children we serve.

CPSIA Impact
Presentation of Rick Woldenberg at NSSEA on the CPSIA Impact;
March 6, 2009.
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CPSC Panel Discussion
Presentation of Rick Woldenberg at CPSC Panel Discussion on Lead Standards;
November 6, 2008.
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Official CPSIA Documents
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The Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008 was signed into law by President George W. Bush on August 14, 2008.

Use the resources here to learn about the CPSIA, how it affects the marketplace and how you can get involved in efforts to create a favorable outcome for the children’s products community.

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CPSIA News & Tools

Articles, Related Videos & Podcasts
Read articles about the CPSIA. Articles link directly to news site or open as a .pdf.
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CPSIA Opposition Letters
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How You Can Help
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