September 15, 2023
September is Baby Safety Month: The Importance of Children’s Product Certificate (CPC) Testing
Baby Safety Month is a valuable reminder of the ongoing commitment we have to protect the precious babies we create products for. By being vigilant, taking safety precautions and following rigorous testing, we can create products that help our little ones grow and thrive.
One critical aspect of the safety insurance process for baby products is obtaining a Children’s Product Certificate (CPC). In this blog, we will share why CPC testing is crucial for the well-being of our children.
What is a Children’s Product Certificate (CPC)?
CPC is an official document required by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) in the United States for various children’s products. This certificate serves as evidence that a product complies with federal safety regulations. Manufacturers must subject their products to rigorous testing to ensure they meet strict safety standards to obtain a CPC.
The Importance of CPC Testing
There is no doubt that this is the primary reason for testing products. Ensuring the safety of children who use our baby product is our number one priority. It is important that their toys, clothing accessories, and other items are free from potential hazards.
Unfortunately, children are more vulnerable to accidents, so injuries related to unsafe products are common. CPC testing helps identify potential hazards such as choking hazards, sharp edges, toxic material, or flammable components. A common phrase you might here is BPA-free, which is imperative for baby products. You can ensure all of our products like the Bazzle Baby Foodie Feeding Bib with crumb catcher pocket are BPA-free and made of food-grade silicone that is safe for babies.
By investing in CPC testing, Bazzle Baby commits to producing both durable and safe products. This benefits our brand and our customers as our products have a longer lifespan. All of our products at Bazzle Baby are machine washable and accessories like the Bandana Bib with Teether for teething and the Foodie Feeding Sets for little eaters, can be machine washed and used over and over again.
Our brand and the manufacturers we partner with must adhere to federal safety regulations to avoid legal repercussions and maintain consumer trust.
Obtaining a Children’s Product Certificate (CPC) and subjecting children’s products to rigorous testing is a crucial step in protecting our young consumers. As parents, caregivers, and brands, let’s continue to support and demand the highest standards of safety in children’s products to create a safer world for our little ones.
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