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Lead and Toy Safety

The world didn't think that much about it at least in the toy realm until RC2 Corp. and Mattel Inc. announced massive recalls in 2007. Now, "lead" is a revived buzz word forecasting danger for young children and signaling mayhem and reform for manufacturers and retailers alike. The presence of excessive lead in children's toys has brought historic fear to present day, ignited media-fueled concern among consumers and corporations, and made the legislative record books as part of numerous proposals recommending improved toy safety standards.

TDmonthly Magazine is committed to covering recalls and issues within the toy industry that matter to its readers. For articles relating to lead and overall toy safety, see the links below:


Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008

"Law of the Land" Forces Compliance Amid Confusion

Stay on Tests Provides No Rest

What Does the CPSIA Stay Really Mean?

Guidelines for Certificates of Compliance

Avoid Inappropriate Testing Pending Clarification

Retailers and Manufacturers Scramble for Safety

New Standards, New Expenses

Recalls and Toy Safety

Obama and McCain: Different Plays on Toy Safety

One Year Later: Beyond China, Beyond Lead

Toy Recalls

News from Around the World

Bills That Affect Toy Safety

Parents Still Shy Away from China

Finding Safe Toys

Hollywood ToyBoy – China Out? Time Out!

Toy Recalls Shake Up Shoppers

Is Made in China the Kiss of Death?

Made in the USA Toys

Conversations With Keithley: Toys Will Survive

Lead

Lead Scares Trigger Testing Expansion

Lead is All Around Us

Lead: How Much Is Too Much?

Tips to Prevent Lead Exposure

Innov-X XRF Systems Detect More Than Lead

Lead Testing

NITON Has the Edge

NITON Gives Lead Testing a Hand

Keep the Lead Out

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