About the U.S. CPSC The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is charged with safeguarding the general public from unreasonable danger of injury or death related to using countless kinds of customer items. Deaths, injuries, and home damage from customer product-related events cost the country more than $1 trillion every year. CPSC’s work to make sure the security of customer items has actually added to a decrease in the rate of injuries related to customer items over the previous 50 years. Federal law forbids anybody from offering items based on a Commission purchased recall or a voluntary recall carried out in assessment with the CPSC.
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