Learn More Product Safety Aware
The Product Safety Awareness Program is part of a larger PPAI initiative to create confidence in promotional products as an advertising medium at every level.
Take the Turbo Test Turbo Test
The TurboTest tool is an easy-to-use question-and-answer user interface exclusively designed with promotional products distributors and suppliers in mind
CA Prop 65 Database
California Prop 65 Settlement Database Courtesy of QIMA (formerly AsiaInspection), a PPAI Trusted Affinity Partner
Available only to PPAI Members.
The Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986, often referred to as Cal Prop 65, is a California law intended to protect the State’s residents and drinking water sources from toxic chemicals and to inform its citizens about exposure to them. The list of chemicals regulated under Prop 65 is regularly updated, and currently includes over 950 chemicals.
Companies continue to be challenged by this law given the recent changes in the labeling requirements, presence of Prop 65 listed chemicals in consumer products, and resulting litigation. To help PPAI members take a proactive approach to compliance and avoid costly penalties, AI maintains a searchable database of relevant settlements, which includes detailed information about the targeted products, restricted substances, and the required test limits.
Click here to go to database login.
To access the database, please use your PPAI Member login.
Not sure what your login is? Contact Membership at 888-I-AM-PPAI (888-426-7724) to reset it.
For more information on how QIMA’s partnership with PPAI benefits your membership, click here.
Safer Products Start Here! CPSC Regulatory Robot
Are you a small business starting out and manufacturing a product for children or other consumers? You may be wondering which federal product safety requirements, like CPSIA, apply to your product. The CPSC is available to help steer you in the right direction.
Learn More Tracking Labels
Tracking labels are required for all children’s products manufactured one year after enactment of the CPSIA (August 14, 2009) regardless of whether they are domestic or imported products. Below are links to helpful tracking label information.
Register Single Tracking Label
The PPAI Tracking Label System complies with CPSIA requirements and is designed to enable the ultimate recipient of a product to identify and contact the manufacturer or importer of a product in the event of a recall.
Register Multiple Tracking Labels (batch upload)
The PPAI Tracking Label System allows you to key in one-off’s, import batches with Excel or, if you have IT resources available, develop automated processes to push data into the database using XML web services.
CPSC Tracking Label FAQs
Find answers to your tracking label questions on this comprehensive webpage.
CPSC STATEMENTS & POSITIONS
CPSC Policy Statement-Tracking Label Requirement
On August 14, 2008, the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) was enacted.
CPSC Ballot Vote Concerning Tracking Labels
Section 103(a) of the CPSIA requires permanent, distinguishing marks on children's products and packaging to the extent practicable.
PPAI Comments To CPSC Regarding Tracking Labels
In response to the CPSC’s request for comments to the requirements for tracking labels for children’s products, PPAI offers observations about the impact on our industry.
HOW TO USE TRACKING LABELS
Step-by-step video tutorial for how to effectively register a tracking label using the PPAI Tracking Label database.
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