Safety at the Ports: CPSC and Department of Homeland Security Stop Millions of Dangerous Products from Reaching U.S. Homesby CPSC Blogger import safety import surveillance
CPSC port investigators, in partnership with the port staff at U.S. Customs and Border Protection, are screening and stopping dangerous and violative products at U.S. ports from coast to coast. In all, from October 1, 2014 through September 30, 2015, more than 10.5 million products that violated U.S. safety rules were prevented from reaching the hands of U.S. consumers, a 123% increase from the previous year.
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Every day you can read about products that have been recalled because of the harm they caused or had the potential to harm consumers. What you may not know is that those recalled products make up a small percentage of products with safety issues; and that two federal agencies have been working tirelessly to catch millions of unsafe products at the border before they pose a threat to you or those you love.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission(CPSC) has been screening products at ports since (…)