For full functionality of this page it is necessary to enable JavaScript. Here are the instructions how to enable JavaScript in your web browser consumer product safety Tag Archives

Tag: consumer product safety

Apr
09

FDA Playing Catch-Up As Growers and Manufacturers Wait to See How CBD Will Be Regulated

In December of 2018, Congress passed the farm bill, which, among other things, broadened the ways in which hemp can be cultivated and transported. While hemp can be used to create a variety of products, the market for cannabidiol, a hemp extract commonly known as CBD, is attracting the most attention by far. CBD is said to promote relaxation without the psychoactive effects of the THC compound found in marijuana, and manufacturers have been adding the compound to everything from beverages to shampoo since the bill passed.

Continue Reading
Apr
02

Regulatory Response Heats Up As More and More Young People Start Using E-Cigarettes and Vaping Products

Thanks in large part to aggressive marketing and appealing flavors, smoking e-cigarettes or vaping has rapidly escalated from a fad to an issue that many experts are considering a public health epidemic—particularly for teens and pre-teens. While e-cigarettes have been available since 2007, new manufacturers, offerings and marketing tactics have brought them into the lives of countless young people. According to the FDA, 21% of high school students have used an e-cigarette in the last year.

Continue Reading
Mar
26

CPSC Working to Save Kids from a Danger Some Parents Aren’t Aware of: Tip-Over Accidents

Most parents know to look out for common dangers in the home that have the potential to injure their child, like household chemicals and cleaners, open windows and staircases. While they might be quick to purchase cabinet door locks and baby gates, parents could be missing a danger lurking in every bedroom of their home—the risk of injury or death from tipping furniture, particularly dressers.

Continue Reading
Mar
19

Asbestos Found in Makeup Highlights the FDA’s Limited Oversight of Cosmetics

Earlier this month, the Food and Drug Administration confirmed the presence of asbestos in three products manufactured by Claire’s and Justice, two retailers whose products target pre-teens and teenagers. The contamination was first reported in 2017 and the FDA has now released test results that confirm the asbestos, which has been linked to various cancers and serious respiratory issues.

Continue Reading
Mar
12

Product Recall Horror Stories: Four Top Causes of Sleepless Nights

Sleeplessness is a common malady of business leaders whose companies have had to undergo a product recall. When a recall hits home, how well a company prepares for and manages the recall requirements can mean the difference between preserving customer loyalty and severely damaging the brand reputation, or even worse…sink a business entirely. Anxiety levels spike throughout the company as leaders brace for bad publicity, lower earnings, lost market share, legal liability, or a host of other unwanted outcomes.

Continue Reading

Subscribe to Our Blog

Stericycle ExpertSOLUTIONS

Stericycle Expert Solutions focuses on helping customers by providing proven, customer-centric, scalable services that protect people and brands, promote health and safeguard the environment.

find out more

Stericycle on Twitter

Communication

Get In Touch

If you’re ready to get started with our extensive suite of services then contact us today. We have a team of experts ready to assist you!

Contact Us today