Product Recalls

Using recall data provided by the CPSC, the Toy Industry Association maintains these pages so parents and other caregivers can do a quick visual scan of recently recalled toys and games to verify whether any items that require action are found in their home.

See the list of recalls here:

Resources

There are a variety of TIA and external resources to help TIA members and other stakeholders in the toy, juvenile product and youth entertainment industries with assistance in the event of a product recall or other crisis:

  • Recalls.gov
    A “one stop shop” for all U.S. government recalls

  • CPSC Recall Handbook
    A guide for manufacturers, importers, distributors and retailers that helps companies understand their recall obligations and responsibilities.  [Page 26, VIII has a section on developing a company policy and plan to identify defective products and to undertake a Product Recall.]

  • Current Recalls
    Using recall data provided by the CPSC, TIA maintains a list of toy and game recalls so parents and other caregivers can do a quick visual scan to verify whether any items that require action are found in their home.

  • TIA Webinar: “Preparing for a Product Recall or Crisis”
    This session helps companies understand the importance, structure and resources needed to develop a comprehensive corporate strategy that will enable them to be prepared for all safety-related issues, including: CPSC-administered product recalls, consumer complaints registered on SaferProducts.gov; business issues; lawsuits and other crises.

  • Liability Insurance: HUB International
    HUB International (HUB), a leading commercial insurance brokerage, offers TIA members a comprehensive insurance program customized for the toy industry. Available coverage includes product liability and product recall insurance. For more information visit TIA’s Membership page.