Brand Protection for Serious Sellers

Most Amazon sellers I have dealt with over the last thirteen years contact me to fix an issue with a test report, rejection of a certificate, or supporting documentation or to identify regulations needed to develop and launch a new product. When I ask them if they have a compliance program, they only admit to having what Amazon requires to list their product, and only a few are interested in learning more. I am amazed that with the money they pay for search optimization, consultants, listing upgrades, etc., they are not interested in investing in a program that ensures that they maintain and protect their business and want to keep growing. Today more than ever, with factories selling against them in the same marketplace, sellers need to show “Due Care” to protect themselves against false claims and, more importantly, selling non-compliant products.

A robust consumer product safety compliance program is essential for Amazon sellers due to several reasons:

Legal Requirements: Compliance with consumer product safety regulations is mandatory for Amazon and major retailers. These regulations protect consumers from unsafe products that can cause harm or injury. By implementing a compliance program, Amazon sellers can ensure that their products meet all applicable safety standards and regulations, reducing the risk of legal penalties, fines, or even product recalls.

Customer Trust and Reputation: Maintaining customer trust is crucial for any business, including Amazon sellers. By prioritizing consumer product safety, sellers demonstrate their commitment to providing safe and reliable products. This builds customer trust and helps establish a positive reputation, leading to repeat purchases and positive reviews.

Risk Mitigation: Implementing a comprehensive compliance program helps sellers identify and mitigate potential risks associated with their products. By conducting thorough product testing, quality control checks, and risk assessments, sellers can identify and address any safety concerns before their products reach consumers. This proactive approach minimizes the risk of accidents, injuries, or negative incidents associated with product safety. While very important, very few sellers implement more than the minimum required to get their product listed.

Liability Reduction: A well-implemented compliance program can help mitigate potential liability for Amazon sellers if a product-related incident occurs. By having processes to demonstrate due diligence, such as keeping records of safety testing, certifications, and compliance documentation, sellers can better defend themselves against legal claims, and requests from the CPSC, or retailers and show that they have taken necessary precautions during the development and manufacture of their products.

Marketplace Requirements: Amazon has policies and guidelines that sellers must adhere to. Each new marketplace you enter may require or impose additional strict requirements related to product safety, quality, and compliance. Failing to meet these requirements can result in penalties, listing suspensions, or account suspensions. With a compliance program, sellers can ensure that they meet Amazon’s standards and, more importantly, regulatory requirements to avoid negative consequences.

Global Market Access: Many Amazon sellers operate in international marketplaces, which may have unique product safety regulations. Implementing a compliance program enables sellers to navigate the complexities of different regulatory frameworks and expand their business globally. It helps ensure that products meet the safety requirements of various countries, allowing sellers to access a broader customer base without facing regulatory barriers.

A consumer product safety compliance program is crucial for Amazon sellers to fulfill legal obligations, maintain customer trust, mitigate risks, reduce liability, comply with marketplace requirements, and access global markets. By prioritizing product safety, sellers can protect their customers, brand reputation, and business interests.

A consumer product safety compliance program typically consists of several key elements:

1. Appointment of a compliance manager to handle all compliance-related items and serve as a go-to person for escalating any quality or safety issues.

2. Regulatory Knowledge: Stay informed about the applicable consumer product safety regulations and standards in the regions where you sell your products. This includes understanding the specific requirements for labeling, packaging, product materials, testing, certification, and reporting.

3. Risk Assessment: Conduct a thorough risk assessment of your products to identify potential hazards, assess their severity, and determine the likelihood of occurrence. This involves considering factors such as product design, manufacturing processes, materials used, and potential consumer misuse or abuse.

4. Product Testing and Certification: Ensure your products undergo appropriate testing by CPSC-accredited laboratories to verify compliance with safety standards and regulations. This may include testing for physical safety, electrical safety, chemical content, flammability, and other relevant parameters. Obtain necessary certifications or marks to demonstrate compliance.

5. Supplier Due Diligence: Implement a process to evaluate and select reliable suppliers prioritizing product safety. Verify that your suppliers adhere to quality management systems and comply with applicable safety regulations. Maintain clear communication with suppliers to address any safety concerns promptly. If you want to sell to major retailers, this step is critical.

6. Quality Control Processes: Establish robust quality control procedures to monitor your products’ manufacturing, packaging, and labeling. Regularly conduct inspections to ensure that products meet safety and quality standards and that any identified issues are addressed promptly. Tailor your inspection protocols to your product, not to the category, making sure you look for items previously brought up in reviews or customer feedback.

7. Incident Reporting and Response: Implement a system to track and report any incidents or safety concerns related to your products. Develop a protocol and intake form for addressing customer complaints, conducting investigations, implementing corrective actions, and escalating issues when necessary.

8. Documentation and Record Keeping with Comply PRO+ Maintain thorough documentation related to product safety, including test reports, certifications, compliance documentation, supplier agreements, audits, certificates, and any relevant correspondence. Keep accurate records of product testing, Batch tracking, inspections, and other compliance-related activities.

9. Training and Awareness: Provide comprehensive training to your employees and suppliers regarding product safety requirements, best practices, and the importance of compliance. Foster a culture of safety awareness throughout your organization.

10. Continuous Improvement: Regularly review and update your compliance program to adapt to evolving regulations and industry best practices. Stay updated on product safety alerts, recalls, and emerging safety issues to proactively address potential risks. Use your quality program data to identify and fix issues identified during production and reported in bad reviews to upgrade your product over time.

11. Compliance Audits: Conduct periodic internal audits to assess the effectiveness of your compliance program. Identify any gaps or areas for improvement and take corrective actions as needed.

By incorporating all of the elements listed above into a consumer product safety compliance program using the Comply PRO+ framework, Amazon sellers can establish a robust program to sell globally, ensure the safety and compliance of their products, protect consumers, mitigate potential risks, and protect their brands.

Contact us today for a demo so we can show you how easy it is to protect your brand you worked so hard to build!

CPSC E Filie Program

CPSC E-filing Beta Starts this Fall

The CPSC is committed to continuously improving its import surveillance process so that it may help reduce unreasonable risk of injuries and deaths associated with consumer products and help the agency maintain its standing as a leader in consumer product safety in an ever-expanding global marketplace.

In support of continuous improvement, the Office of Import Surveillance (EXIS) has begun the phased implementation of electronic filing (eFiling) of Certificates of Compliance (see graphic below) to modernize the way import data are processed. This allows importers of regulated consumer products to easily store and eFile certain certificate data via CPSC’s Partner Government Agency (PGA) Message Set.

Phased Implementation Flow Chart

Benefits of the CPSC eFiling system include:

  • Fewer holds for compliant importers
  • Reduction in risk score for demonstrated compliance with CPSC’s requirements
  • Potentially shorter review periods
  • Increased CPSC focus on higher risk products

The CPSC understands the trade industry’s key role in helping develop a successful eFiling system. As such, a Beta Pilot effort will launch in the fall of 2023 to test IT systems. This pilot will include up to 50 volunteer participants who will be asked to provide feedback to inform the system design and final rulemaking for the full implementation of the eFiling system.

This public-private partnership is essential to the successful implementation of eFiling. We have exceeded our minimum threshold of 30 participants, but there is opportunity for more importers to participate in CPSC’s pilot.

The CPSC will continue to communicate regularly through future newsletters, fact sheets, and other information that will be available via their eFiling website (, social media channels (@USCPSC), and their mailing list.

What is the IT-DAG?

The Information Technology-Data Advisory Group (IT-DAG) is an industry working group established to advise on the development of systems and processes for CPSC’s eFiling implementation. The IT-DAG kicked off in December 2022 and has made great progress in reviewing and providing valuable input to the CBP and Trade Automated Interface Requirements (CATAIR) and IT system requirements. Below is a summary of IT-DAG activities and results over the past several months:

  • Since December 2022, the IT-DAG has held six meetings where they  reviewed and discussed the draft Beta Pilot CATAIR, the PGA Message Set, and the Product Registry.
  • CPSC has highlighted system business rules and demonstrated functionality that supports entry and management of certificate data in the Product Registry database.
  • Participants have been instrumental in providing valuable feedback to increase the efficiency and effectiveness of the system design and functionality. 
  • The draft CATAIR has been updated, posted on, and shared with IT-DAG participants as they begin their internal IT integration process, which will enable the electronic transmission of certificate data into the PGA Message Set.
  • The IT-DAG will continue to meet and review Product Registry functionality. The public is welcome to attend IT-DAG meetings as a non-member in listen-only mode or preview meeting summaries on the docket.

For more information about the eFiling program, go to CPSC eFiling Website

Jacoby Solutions has been part of the IT-DAG team and will be part of the eFile beta via COMPLY PRO+

UKCA Marking Deadline Extended

From CE

Good news for companies exporting CE marked products to the United Kingdom. Today, the UK regulator has extended the foreseen deadline for the replacement of the CE marking for the UKCA marking with one more year until the 1st January 2023. This means that exporters that sell into the UK have one more year to sell their CE marked products, and to change their product labels.

Transition from the CE Marking to the UKCA Marking

This measure has been taken to grant the industry additional time to make the transition. The extension applies provided that the UK and EU product requirements are the same. The rule also includes products which have been assessed by an EU recognised notified body. Those companies that already want to affix the UKCA marking are free to do so, provided of course that their products comply with the applicable UK regulations.

We continue to continue to monitor the regulatory developments in the UK and in the EU.

Details: UK Government Website

Seller Proof Of Compliance = Trade Show Sales Ready


January 4, 2022

All Baby & Child | ABC Kids Expo has partnered with Jacoby Solutions – Seller Proof of Compliance for a FREE Webinar series on Seller P.O.C. The goal is to help Trade Show exhibitors understand how to build out their compliance program with Seller Proof Of Compliance to have all the necessary elements to show Proof of Compliance to Amazon, major retailers, and regulatory bodies in markets where they currently sell or hope to sell in 2022! REGISTER HERE:

To ensure exhibitors have a successful Expo, ABC Kids Expo has partnered with Jacoby Solutions to help them prepare for the 2022 Show so that you have all the compliance requirements in place to show Proof of Compliance so you can expedite the onboarding process into new sales channels. 

As product sellers expand into new markets and sales channels, they are confronted with new standards, regulations, and retailer requirements that may require new compliance processes. An effective compliance program improves your product’s quality and safety, broadens your product’s market, ensures compliance with regulations and laws, and can also help provide protection from future product liability issues.

By attending the Seller P.O.C. Trade Show Sales Ready webinar you will be able to:

  • Realize that proof of compliance is more than a test report and a CPC.
  • Understand how a formal compliance program adds value to your company brand.
  • Know the major elements of a consumer product safety compliance program
  • Conduct a compliance census for your company so you know where you stand and can identify areas in need of improvement.
  • Develop corrective action plan to Be Trade Show Sales Ready ASAP, so you can align upcoming production to meet major retailer requirements.
  • Adapt your documents to be one size for proof to all.

We also will provide a state of compliance enforcement update so you:

  • Prepare for the new aggressive enforcement stance of the CPSC at the ports.
  • Understand the Regulation (EU) 2019/1020 Market Surveillance law that went into effect July 16, 2021.
  • Know about Authorized Representative requirement for the EU and UK
  • Can plan for implementation of the UKCA mark on your products that goes into effect Jan 1, 2023.

Covid has disrupted the supply chain for everyone, everywhere.  How do you know that the products you tested 8 months ago are still compliant with the current shipment? If you are planning to expand to new channels at the ABC Kids Expo, you need to plan now so your upcoming production meets the requirements of your targeted sales channels.

ABC Kids Expo will Offer a Series of Webinars ahead of the show with topics such as: “Preparing for Day 1 as a first-time exhibitor.”-“Selling in the EU and UK, Understanding CE / UK CA Marking and new harmonized enforcement law.”  “Selling on Amazon  / Instituting a Quality Program to ensure great reviews”. and ” How to use technology for better Customer Service and Warranty” Support

About Jacoby Solutions

Complete Compliance with an Eye on Business Transformation!

 Jacoby Solutions is a brand protection consulting practice specializing in helping companies achieve operational readiness for ongoing CPSIA and CPSC required compliance via improved process and systems.  A one-stop shop for manufacturing, distributors, and Amazon sellers in need of a partner who can help them evolve their business while keeping an eye on compliance, Jacoby Solutions saves companies time and resources by helping them develop compliance related standard operating procedures in all areas from manufacturing and distribution to supply chain management and customer service.

Jacoby Solutions is a CPSC approved Product Safety Coordinator and since 2011, we have been helping companies with CPSIA, implementing compliance programs, and implementing technology to help companies centralize their compliance activities and reduce their risk.

5 Ways to combat material changes and non-compliant products

We are getting ready to start another year, and it looks like it will be at least another year until we can again travel to our factories and suppliers. On top of that, the CPSC has gone into aggressive enforcement mode, so how can you be sure that you have the right policies and procedures in place to protect your brand and reduce your risk of importing a non-compliant product?

The supply chain shortages you have heard about are real, so how can you be sure that the product you tested eight months ago is the same as the one on the shipment you are expecting for delivery before Chinese New Year?  A material change is your most significant threat to the compliance of your products, so here are a few things you can do to lessen your risk with upcoming shipments.

Implement material change policy
  1. Implement a supplier guide to outline your requirements that address everything from packaging, labeling, product testing, and material change. 
  2. Implement language into your Purchase Orders related to the compliance of your products. Get the factory to agree that it will be liable for your company’s economic loss that results from its failure to comply with its product safety obligations.
  3. Implement a material change policy with forms to document any material changes, so your factory can notify you of any changes that might affect the certification of your products, as new testing may be warranted if new raw materials or components are used. 
  4. Perform pre-shipment checks using a third-party inspection company so you can verify both the quality and compliance of your products. Tracking labels for children’s products and incorrect Children’s Product Certificates are low-hanging fruit for the CPSC, so make sure these are in order.
  5. Do an unannounced factory inspection and test for lead or phthalates to ensure that your products comply.  Be mindful of who selects the product sample to be tested, as it must be a representative sample of the product you are introducing into commerce.

Your factories and suppliers are your business partners, so you need to set the right expectations and hold them accountable for manufacturing excellent quality and compliant products. Never prepay for goods before delivery. If possible, the best practice is to place a deposit to start production and the next payment upon your product clearing customs, so they know they have your best interests in mind!

With the new year fast approaching, now is the time to implement these changes and others to update this and any part of your compliance program for the way you currently do business, as it seems like the next few months will be more of the same as Covid does not seem to be going away soon.

CPSC Launches New Online Tool to Make it Easier for Businesses to Report Hazards and to Protect Consumers; Mandatory for Fast Track Program in January 2022

WASHINGTON, D.C. –Firms are required to report to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) potentially hazardous products that they manufacture, distribute, import or sell. To encourage more online reporting of these potential hazards, CPSC will require firms to use a new, upgraded online reporting system for Fast Track recalls. 

“Our goal is to protect consumers, by identifying and removing hazardous products from the marketplace more quickly, and by streamlining the recall process,” said CPSC Chair Alex Hoehn-Saric.  “We are extremely proud of the hard work that CPSC staff put into creating this new tool to facilitate online reporting.”

CPSC’s Fast Track program helps consumers by removing hazardous products from the marketplace quickly, and it rewards businesses that act swiftly to implement corrective action. 

The updated Section 15(b) reporting system for companies, now available at, has a user-friendly interface that includes hover-over features and guidance for firms to navigate the submission process.  Firms using the new site will also receive an emailed copy of all information submitted to CPSC through the system, along with emailed case updates, deadline reminders and contact information for the CPSC staff handling their report.

This system is also mobile-friendly, so users can now submit reports and provide attachments via their smart phones or tablets.  Businesses that participate in the Fast Track program will also be able to review and approve a system-generated draft recall press release before submitting their report, to help expedite the overall recall process.  

Effective January 31, 2022, businesses that want to participate in the Fast Track program will be required to submit their Section 15(b) reports exclusively online through the portal.  Reports received via email, fax, or mail for participation in a Fast Track recall will be rejected after this date, and the firms will be directed to resubmit their reports via the online system.

Although many of the new system features, and its mandatory use, apply specifically to Fast Track recalls, non-Fast Track filers are strongly encouraged to use the updated online system, as well. Users can easily file an initial report and can submit additional information and documents, if desired, using the system. 

Visit the Fast Track information page to see how the new system can benefit companies  considering a recall. 

The new online business portal for the Fast Track Program can be found at 

Amazon EU Sellers…Prepare Now 2021!

EU 2019/1020

New Amazon Requirements

New Amazon Requirements

This market surveillance regulation, (EU) 2019/1020 going into effect July 16, 2021 is mainly aimed at e-commerce and takes the responsibility of compliance that used to be borne by the consumer and now places it on the Economic operators, i.e. manufacturers, an authorized representative, the importer, the distributor or fulfillment service provider. Amazon does provide fulfillment services but does not want the role of designated official to communicate with the market surveillance officials on product compliance or conformity issues. They are now requiring non-EU based sellers of CE marked products to appoint a responsible person or official for CE-marked products so they can avoid being held responsible by EU authorities. Your EU based designated person will be responsible to act as single point of contact for all compliance and conformity related issues as well as CE compliance.

With this new law if your product is not compliant in one EU country , it is not compliant in all and the Union Product Compliance Network (UPCN) is the key initiative arising from the EU Market Surveillance Regulation. The UPCN will act as a hub for all enforcement agencies to access compliance data. These organizations work with businesses to evaluate their products and perform random testing and they will then make the information available to the network. This information to be made available will be Product Testing, DOC’s, Enforcement and Corrective Actions, Market Surveillance Data and shared initiatives or projects.

To better prepare for this regulation, now is the time appoint your EU based Responsible Person and to align your documentation and set up your technical files and document systems to allow them to access files for your products sold online in the EU should they need to answer to compliance officials in the future.

If you have not created EC Declaration of Conformity documents you will soon be asked to provide to Amazon such documents along with Genuine Product Images. You will also need to provide County of Origin (COO) data in order to list products to sell on Amazon.

You can find additional information or full text of the regulation here:

Need Help with your Amazon Proof of Compliance? Schedule a call today!

CPSC Cautions Consumers Not to Use Inclined Infant Sleep Products

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is warning parents and caregivers about the dangers of popular inclined sleep products for infants, citing the findings of a new study. The study is part of a growing body of evidence showing that inclined sleepers with higher angles do not provide a safe sleep environment for infants.  Several inclined sleepers have previously been recalled by the CPSC.

The agency continues to emphasize that the best place for a baby to sleep is on a firm, flat surface in a crib, bassinet or play yard. Parents and caregivers should never add blankets, pillows or other items to an infant’s sleeping environment. Babies should always be placed to sleep on their backs.  

New Study Confirms: Babies Should Sleep on Firm, Flat Surface

CPSC received reports of 1,108 incidents, including 73 infant deaths, related to infant inclined sleep products that occurred from January 2005 through June 2019. CPSC hired independent expert Erin Mannen, Ph.D., a mechanical engineer specializing in biomechanics at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, to conduct infant testing to evaluate the design of inclined sleep products. Dr. Mannen measured infants’ muscle movements and oxygen saturation while in various products and positions, such as a flat crib, an inclined crib, and several inclined sleep products. Dr. Mannen found that none of the inclined sleep products her team tested is safe for infant sleep. Dr. Mannen’s report was conclusive that products with inclines 10 degrees or less, with flat and rigid surfaces, are likely safe for infant sleep. Dr. Mannen also found that soft and plush-like sleep surfaces pose dangers to infants.

What Should Parents and Caregivers Do Now? 

  • Stop using infant sleep products with inclined seat backs of more than 10 degrees. Parents and caregivers should not use infant car seats, bouncers, and other infant inclined products for sleep, and should follow manufacturer instructions.
  • Follow safe sleep advice. Bare is Best: Do not add blankets, pillows, or other items to the baby’s sleep environment. Back to Sleep: Always place infants to sleep on their backs on a firm, flat surface.
  • Check often to see if your nursery products have been recalled, and promptly follow the recall instructions to receive a refund, replacement, or repair. Consumers who register their nursery products with the manufacturer’s registration card (included with nursery items) can be contacted directly by the manufacturer if there is a recall.

CPSC Releases New Recall App

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has launched a new CPSC Recall App to make recall information currently on their website more accessible to consumers on their mobile devices.

Using Technology to Enhance Your Consumer Product Safety Compliance Program

Since 2012, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has required companies that have entered into settlement agreements for failure to report under Section 15 of the Consumer Product Safety Act (CPSA) to develop internal compliance programs. Through these settlement agreements, it is obvious that the CPSC considers the implementation and maintenance of a compliance program to be the cornerstone of how a company ensures compliance with product safety rules and regulations enforced by the CPSC.

The difficulty is not in the development and implementation of an effective Product Safety Compliance Program, but in developing a mechanism to review, evaluate and update the compliance program.

So how do you know if your program is up-to-date and if you are using the best process and technology available today? In the early days of CPSIA, many companies built internal systems and controls to track testing and to generate certificates. Many of these systems are 4-6 years old now and were not built to send paperless certificates, as put forth in the rule on “Certificates of Compliance”, 16 CFR Part 1110 (the 1110 rule). At many companies, a review of their compliance program has not been done since 2013 when the CFR 1107 rules when into effect. Failure to regularly review and update all relevant information, which might impact the compliance of your childrens’ product, negates the effectiveness of a Consumer Product Safety Compliance Program.

Perform an Audit

To begin the review of your current product safety program, an audit must be conducted to assess your product safety readiness, including your current systems, operations and technology platforms. During the review, charting the incoming data to technology, processes and the people involved, should be conducted. Knowing where all of the compliance related data for the company is stored, and how it can be accessed, is important when information is needed quickly. In the event of an incident, the decision to report under Section 15(b) to the CPSC needs to be made quickly, so knowing where to find your data is essential.

Map Your Incoming Data to People, Process and Tools

The next step is to chart your processes so that incoming product data will be available to effectively support your Product Safety Compliance Program. This data should be collected from the design stage through final product delivery to consumers. Is there a proactive approach to compliance so that you can quickly react to incidents reported by consumers who are using your products, once you are made aware of them? You may have data residing on in-house developed systems, 3rd party applications, vendor sites or web applications like Dropbox or SharePoint. Your goal should be to maintain and enforce a system of internal controls and procedures to ensure that your company can promptly, completely, and accurately report the required product information to the CPSC if necessary.

  Incoming flow

Sources to Discover Safety Related Incidents

There are many sources to discover safety related incidents. Do you have process and technology tools in place to capture these? How are these issues escalated and what platforms do you use to review, research and document issues brought to your attention? Many companies today use online help desk platforms to log customer service inquiries and most of the top programs today have an API connection so that you can bring in items from Facebook and Twitter. Application program interface (API) is a set of routines, protocols, and tools for building software applications. An API specifies how software components should interact and APIs are used when programming graphical user interface (GUI) components. So when looking for new technology platforms, look for ones that have the ability to use an API to connect to other applications or to bring or send data to your systems or compliance program.

Escalation Policy

Your internal company communications policy should be set up to enable management to quickly be informed of any safety related incidents or quality issues.This policy should start with the appointment of a company compliance manager and notification/training to your staff on your escalation policy. Do you have your systems set up to capture safety related incidents and route them to the compliance manager/director? A lot of programs today utilize a smart rules feature so you can escalate a category type such as safety and quality so that these items can be routed directly to your compliance manager the minute they are created. It is important to note that with or without a technology solution, you must train your customer service staff  to recognize safety related issues and direct them on proper incident handling protocols and company polices so they are prepared to escalate to management when discovered.

Identify Your Training Platform

During the  review of your compliance program you should identify and document the communication platform that you will use to train your staff, contractors, stakeholders and board members on your company’s compliance policies. Will it be all-hands meetings, video conferencing or 3rd party apps, and how will you capture proof of attendance? You should embed this training for new hires if they work in an area related to purchasing, testing or customer service, and a confidential reporting process should be part of this training so you foster a proactive approach to safety.


Many companies which have been in business for some time find that their data is spread out over legacy systems, shared drives, company servers or staff computers. In your audit you should identify where all of this data is stored and how it is backed up. Cloud based applications and storage solutions are much more cost effective today and offer increased security over dedicated IP-based servers. You should have a data migration plan for migrating or storing data when systems are upgraded and know where to find archived data. If you have an IT department, make sure your document retention policy is inline with CPSC requirements, which is 5 years, and integrate your company email retention policy with your compliance program. Educate your employees on proper storage of files and documents.


Think outside the box

When developing your compliance program there is no one-size-fits-all approach. After completing an audit of your current program you can then identify possible technology solutions to adopt or to fill the gaps in your current systems. Keep in mind that your compliance program should  encompass your company’s product testing and certification program so that compliance with all applicable federal and state children’s product safety rules and regulations is ensured. The days of using Excel spreadsheets solely for the documentation and implementation of your compliance program are quickly ending, but there are many great solutions available out there today, you just need to find the one that best works for you.

For more information on a conducting compliance program audit or help with creating your CPSC Compliance program please contact us by visiting the Jacoby Solutions website.