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The Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) of 2008 dramatically changed the testing and certification landscape for manufacturers, importers, and private labelers. The law applies to every product that is subject to any Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) enforced regulation.

The regulation includes new restrictions on lead in children's products, lowers limits on lead in paint and surface coatings, bans certain phthalates, requires mandatory third-party testing and documentation from an accredited laboratory, as well as other requirements.

Third-party testing is required to support a certification of compliance to the rules for children's products that are manufactured after the effective dates. The laboratories in CPSC list are accepted as accredited to test products to one or more of these children's product safety rules, as identified in the accreditation scope for each laboratory.

The products CPSIA applied to include:

Children's ProductsAdult Products
Toys and games Adult wearing apparel
Art and crafts materialsCarpets and rugs
Cribs Lighters
Children's furnitureCharcoal briquettes
Children's jewelryAdult furniture
Children's apparelHome textiles
Children's footwearMattresses
Children's costumesCandles

Implementation Schedule of Lead and Phthalates Limit:

Substances Limit Date of Enactment  
Lead In children's products(materials & substrate) 600ppm 10 February 2009
300ppm 14 August 2009
100ppm 14 August 2011
In paint and surface coating 90ppm 14 August 2009
Phthalates   Permanent ban-children's toys or child care
articles(DEHP, DBP, BBP)
<= 0.1%   10 February 2009
Interim ban-children's toys that can be mouthed or child care
articles(DINP, DIDP, DNOP)
<= 0.1% 10 February 2009

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