There are two primary methods for reducing the cost of compliance to US toy safety regulations: (1) the component parts […]
Modern European toy safety standards were discussed in the early 1980s and were formalized with Directive 88/378/EEC in 1988. This […]
Small and micro businesses have always been on the tail end of the product safety conversations taking place within government, regulators, and large industry associations. This forces them into a reactive position when a proactive position is preferred. But there are some options to at least stay connected and source the information required to become or stay compliant in a highly regulated children’s product marketplace.