Manufacturers that make their products available to the general public for purchase at USA retail or online outlets must comply with United States labeling regulations as outlined by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), even if the intended use is as an industrial product. Per the CPSC, hazardous products must be labeled in accordance with the Consumer Product Safety Act (CPSA). This differs from hazardous industrial products sold directly to workplaces or directly to professional users, which governed by OSHA Hazard Communication 2012.

Are your products sold to industrial or institutional buyers, which are then re-sold or distributed for use by consumers? Or are your products considered “true” industrial products? How does the CPSA define a consumer product? To learn more, contact SDSpro Regulatory Services today at or call (877)673-7776. Is this you? We can help.

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