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Nov
27

Holiday Hazards: Toy Recalls Rise

With Thanksgiving behind us, consumers have turned their attention to holiday shopping. Americans are expected to spend more this year than last, and when you look at where they plan to spend those dollars, toys make up one of the top gift categories.

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Nov
06

New Technology on the Table for Safer Saws

In the world of product safety, if there’s one item that’s been able to slide under the radar, it’s the table saw. The power tool is in popular demand because it’s great at what it does and can slice through wood like it’s butter. Unfortunately, table saws can also be dangerous for the users. In America alone, the table saw is the cause of more than 4,000 amputations every year—or over 10 amputations a day.

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Aug
18

From Eclipse Glasses to Fidget Spinners, Safety Issues are Making Headlines

As Americans eagerly await the first total solar eclipse to cross the continental U.S. in nearly a century, many are buying up specialized glasses to watch the event safely – or so they thought. As it turns out, many have actually purchased counterfeits that could leave them with severe eye damage and vision loss.

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Jul
27

Retailer Relations During a Recall

When a recall strikes, one of the first things companies think about is the reaction from their customers. And that is not only understandable, it is also wise. It takes far more time and money to gain a new customer than to keep one, and executing a recall well is crucial to maintaining loyalty. But one often overlooked aspect is the impact on retail customers. They are the middle man between manufacturer and consumer – and that makes them a vital piece of the puzzle.

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Jun
07

The Canary in the Consumer Product Coal Mine

When a recall occurs, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) typically requires that social media notifications be included in corrective action plans, so it is crucial for companies to have a plan for communicating the recall in this manner. But companies should not focus solely on a post-recall social strategy. Too often, by the time the recall has been issued, the defect has already played out on both social and, by extension, traditional media.

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