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  • mandatory standards | product safety australia

    Mandatory standards | Product Safety Australia

    The purpose of a mandatory standard is to make particular safety or information features on products compulsory for legal supply of the product into the Australian market. It is an offence to supply goods that do not comply with mandatory standards.

  • safety standards & bans | product safety australia

    Safety standards & bans | Product Safety Australia

    [accc_content_hierarchy_menu columns=2] The ACCC manages this website on behalf of Commonwealth, state and territory product safety regulators.

  • product safety rules and standards | business.gov.au

    Product safety rules and standards | business.gov.au

    If you’re a supplier, you must comply with mandatory standards to sell products in Australia. You must also comply with other product safety rules such as product bans and recalls. A supplier can include retailers, wholesalers, distributors, importers or manufacturers. Mandatory standards, product safety, bans and recalls are law.

  • 5 points to know about australian product safety standards

    5 Points to Know About Australian Product Safety Standards

    When you import products to sell in Australia, it’s easy to assume that the manufacturer has met the product safety standards. But if you sell products in Australia, you too have an obligation to ensure their safety. This is because, under the Australian Consumer Law (ACL), you are guaranteeing a product’s safety when you sell it to customers.

  • mandatory standards, australian standards and product bans

    Mandatory Standards, Australian Standards and Product Bans

    Australian standards specify the minimum requirement of quality, safety or performance of a product or service. Australian standards are voluntary, however, where commonwealth or state governments refer to Australian standards (AS) or joint Australian and New Zealand standards (AS/NZS) in legislation they can become mandatory.

  • product bans | product safety australia

    Product bans | Product Safety Australia

    Bans can be placed on products and product-related services if there is a risk that they may cause serious injury, illness or death. See: About product bans. Banned products. All current Commonwealth permanent and interim product safety bans, and state and territory interim bans.

  • the australian consumer law and your safety | department

    The Australian Consumer Law and your safety | Department

    Information on product safety. You can find information, such as safety tips, the latest product safety news and the full set of national product safety standards and bans, and report any concerns about unsafe products through www.productsafety.gov.au. Unsafe products can be recalled. For information about recalls, visit www.recalls.gov.au. You

  • product safety standards and recalled products | your rights

    Product safety standards and recalled products | Your rights

    Product safety standards and recalled products. The law sets mandatory standards for safety and information of some products. The standards: give customers important information; stop unsafe products being sold. Safety standards. All products must be safe for their intended purpose. Some high-risk products cannot be sold unless they meet

  • product safety: definition & concept - video & lesson

    Product Safety: Definition & Concept - Video & Lesson

    Products that may pose a danger to children are also a high priority. and to ban unsafe products under certain circumstances. Product safety standards are rules that relate to the design

  • toy safety standards around the world

    Toy Safety Standards Around the World

    ASTM F963-17: Standard consumer safety specification for toy safety (Effective August 2017) Schedule 2 Product Standards: ASTM F963-17: Babies’ dummies (Effective August 2017) ASTM F404-17: Children’s high chairs and multi-purpose high chairs for domestic use (Effective March 2017) ASTM F963-17: Children’s paint (Effective August 2017)

  • why are sleepers and other unsafe baby products still sold

    Why are sleepers and other unsafe baby products still sold

    The current standard fails to address this use of car restraints. Barker believes Australia's current product safety laws do not require manufacturers to consider safety thoroughly enough when designing a product. She points out that standards, where they exist, can be too narrow and miss areas of risk.

  • children's products and toys | nsw fair trading

    Children's products and toys | NSW Fair Trading

    The Product Safety Australia website is managed by the ACCC and has information on a range of children’s products, safety standards, tips and national recalls. Suppliers can find out more about their responsibilities on the selling safe products page.

  • business education | cpsc.gov

    Business Education | CPSC.gov

    As a business that makes, imports or distributes consumer products, you have a variety of CPSIA and other CPSC regulations to follow. The steps below will help guide you through the process of complying with federal government safety regulations.