Norwood's Children Products Meet Stricter Lead Limit Recently Imposed by the CPSC
Norwood, Clearwater, Fla., announced today that all of its children's products meet the stricter standards recently imposed by the CPSC requiring a lead limit for accessible substrates of no more than 100 ppm. In fact, all children's product test reports state "none detected" for this lead restriction. Norwood's children's products also meet all of the other limits and restrictions that apply to them. General Conformity Certificates can be found at www.norwood.com/cpsia. A children's product is a product that is designed or intended primarily for use by children 12 and under.
An industry leader in product safety testing and disclosure, Norwood launched Safety Search in 2008. Safety Search was the industry's first online library of product safety test reports. This test report library remains exclusive to Norwood, offering only registered distributors access to these reports. Customers are insisting upon reviewing product test reports at a rapidly increasing rate. Safety Search is the perfect tool to satisfy this customer requirement.
"Norwood has long had a commitment to product safety," said Lori Bauer, director of trade marketing. "Our distributors can have confidence in the quality and safety of our products and therefore offer their clients peace of mind. Child products are particularly sensitive and we are pleased to offer products that not only meet, but exceed lead safety standards."
For more information, visit Norwood's website.