Wednesday, February 4, 2009 1-2 p.m. CST

Do you know how the CPSIA has changed your company's requirements? The CPSIA has impacted the legal duties of manufacturers, importers, warehouses, private labelers, and retailers in the consumer products industry. It also contains numerous provisions applicable to children's products generally, and children's toys and child care articles in particular. This webinar will examine how the 2008 overhaul of the Consumer Product Safety Act impacts your business.

For each of the following components of the Act, we will explain:

  • Who must comply;
  • What is required for compliance;
  • Exceptions to the requirements;
  • When compliance is required; and
  • Penalties for noncompliance.

The Webinar will cover the following topics relating to the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008.

  • How the Act Affects Consumer Products Generally:
    - New General Certification Requirements
    - Lead Paint Limit
  • How the Act Affects Children's Products:
    - Third Party Testing Requirements
    - Lead Paint Limit
    - Lead Content Limit
    - Tracking Labels
    - Labeling Requirements for Advertising Toys and Games
    - Standards and Consumer Registration of Durable Nursery Products
  • How the Act Affects Children's Toys and Child Care Articles:
    - Mandatory Toy Safety Standards
    - Ban on Phthalates
  • How the Act will be Enforced and Where We Go From Here:
    - CPSC Enforcement Priorities
    - Import/Export Controls
    - Penalties
    - Preemption of State Laws