CPSC Enacts Mandatory Safety Standards and Labeling Requirements for Consumer Products Containing Cell and Coin Batteries | Practical Law

CPSC Enacts Mandatory Safety Standards and Labeling Requirements for Consumer Products Containing Cell and Coin Batteries | Practical Law

The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) enacted mandatory safety standards and labeling requirements for button cell and coin batteries, and products containing or designed to contain such batteries, pursuant to Reese's Law (15. U.S.C. § 2056(e)). The safety standards are designed to protect children from hazards associated with ingesting button cell and coin batteries.

CPSC Enacts Mandatory Safety Standards and Labeling Requirements for Consumer Products Containing Cell and Coin Batteries

by Practical Law Commercial Transactions
Published on 12 Oct 2023USA (National/Federal)
The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) enacted mandatory safety standards and labeling requirements for button cell and coin batteries, and products containing or designed to contain such batteries, pursuant to Reese's Law (15. U.S.C. § 2056(e)). The safety standards are designed to protect children from hazards associated with ingesting button cell and coin batteries.