Federal Product Safety Sites
Six federal agencies with vastly different jurisdictions have joined together to create this site – a “one stop shop” for U.S. Government recalls.
- U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission
This independent federal regulatory agency is responsible for product recalls. Search this site for products you have in your home and sign up for automatic recall notices here.
This is the CPSC site for reporting incidents with consumer products and searching the database for reports and recalls on products.
- National Highway Transportation Safety Administration
Recall information about cars and car seats
- Food and Drug Administration Recent Recalls and FDA Recall Archives
Information about food and drug recalls, warnings, and food safety
National Consumer Organizations
- Consumer Federation of America
An advocacy, educational and membership organization working to advance pro-consumer policy on a variety of issues.
- Consumers Union
Consumers Union, publisher of Consumer Reports, is an independent, nonprofit testing and information organization serving only consumers.
- Public Citizen
A national, nonprofit consumer advocacy organization founded by Ralph Nader to represent consumer interests in Congress, the executive branch and the courts.
- U.S. Public Interest Research Group (U.S. PIRG)
An alliance of state-based, citizen-funded organizations that advocate for the public interest.
- Anchored for Safety
A nonprofit dedicated to advancing the education of the general public on the dangers of unanchored soccer goals and promoting overall soccer goal safety.
Great page to learn more about consumer product safety standards including those covering children’s products.
A nonprofit, volunteer web site that provides parents with correct and up-to-date information on the selection and safe installation of child safety restraints, including car seats, as well as vehicle safety.
The consumer action guide to toxic chemicals in toys.
- Lambert Foundation for Child Safety
A nonprofit organization established to educate the public on the potential hazard of falling furniture and to help ensure and protect the safety of all children both inside and outside the home.
- Keeping Babies Safe
A nonprofit organization to provide leadership in keeping babies safe from preventable injuries and deaths associated with unsafe cribs, dangerous children’s products and unsafe sleep environments.
- Kids and Cars
A nonprofit organization addressing vehicle related non-traffic incidents that lead to death and injury when children are left unattended in or around a vehicle.
- North Carolina Consumer Council
The North Carolina Consumers Council (NCCC) is a nonprofit organization representing consumers, both within and beyond the borders of North Carolina, and their interests as a whole.
- Parents For Window Blind Safety
A non-profit organization established to help educate America about the serious hazards of corded window treatments.
- Safe Kids
A organization dedicated solely to the prevention of unintentional childhood injury – the number one killer of children ages 14 and under.
- SafetyBeltSafe U.S.A.
A national nonprofit organization dedicated to child passenger safety.
A car seat inspection locator service.
- Shane’s Foundation
An organization dedicated to furniture safety.
- SIDS of Illinois
Sudden Infant Death Services of Illinois (“SIDS of Illinois”) is dedicated to the prevention and eventual elimination of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) and other causes of infant death.
is a project of the National Association of State Public Interest Research Groups (PIRGs). The information contained on this site is published
annually in the state PIRGs’ Trouble in Toyland Report.
State Child Safety Sites
Toy-related safety guide
State consumer resources
Toy safety tips.
Explains the Arkansas Children’s Product Safety Act and lists recalls
City website with safety tips.
City website with safety tips
Product safety recall links.
Explains the Illinois Children’s Product Safety Act and lists recalls
Illinois Attorney General Children’s Product Safety Page
Recalled products link
Consumer Product Safety Page
Toy safety tips
Lists recalls for child care providers
- New Hampshire
- New Jersey
New Jersey Attorney General’s Consumer Product Safety Recall Information page
- New York
Links to New York State’s Consumer Protection Board with resources on consumer safety
- North Carolina
- North Dakota
Safety Guide with links
Toy safety tips
Department of Justice information on ban on selling recalled children’s products
Products recalled for lead hazards
- Rhode Island
- South Carolina
- South Dakota
Texas Department of State Health Services page on hazardous products
Children’s Product Safety Facts
- West Virginia
Keep Your Kids Safe Newsletter
Child care safety checklist
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