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Durable Infant or Toddler Products

Enacted in 2018 as part of the CPSIA, the Danny Keysar Child Product Safety Notification Act (15 U.S.C. § 2056a) directs CPSC to promulgate rulemaking to establish performance, labeling, and registration form requirements for durable infant or toddler products. The labeling and registration form requirements are codified at 16 CFR part 1130; the performance requirements for individual durable infant or toddler products are codified beginning at 16 CFR part 1215. More information on the requirements is available by clicking on the specific product in the list below.

Defined at 16 CFR § 1130.2(a), a “durable infant or toddler product” is any of the following products intended for use, or that may be reasonably expected to be used, by children under 5 years of age:

Per 16 CFR § 1130.4, durable infant or toddler products must be permanently marked with the name of the domestic manufacturer or importer of record, contact information (U.S. address and phone number, toll-free if available), model name and number, and date of manufacture. This is in addition to the tracking label requirement for children’s products. This page summarizes the labeling requirements for durable infant or toddler products.

Product registration forms are required for all durable infant and toddler products to enable the manufacturer or retailer of the product to contact consumers with recall or other safety information. For more information, visit our registration forms business guidance page.

Note that crib bumpers and inclined sleep products are considered banned hazardous products per the Safe Sleep for Babies Act (SSBA). For more information, visit our SSBA business guidance page, inclined sleepers business guidance page, or crib bumpers business guidance page.

Additional Information


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