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December 2008 | Vol. VII - No. 12


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Guidelines for Certificates of Compliance

CPSC Outlines Format and Instructions for Completion of COCs


The Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008 requires that manufacturers and/or importers provide Certificates of Compliance to distributors and retailers for products manufactured on or after Nov. 12, 2008, ensuring that items in each shipment meet all CSPC safety regulations.

See a sample page and instructions for the COCs, as drafted by Consumer Product Safety Commission staff. 

See also details on the final rule regarding Certificates of Compliance.







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