SEPTEMBER 11, 2007
Below are videos and presentations from the 2nd Biennial Sino-U.S. Consumer Product Safety Summit, between CPSC and its counterpart, the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection, and Quarantine (AQSIQ) of the People’s Republic of China, held on September 11, 2007.
Signing Ceremony - CPSC – AQSIQ Joint Statement
CPSC Acting Chairman Nord and AQSIQ Vice Minister Wei offer opening remarks and sign the Joint Statement on Enhancing Consumer Product safety
Overview of the Working Group Work Plans
CPSC Officials provide an overview of the Working Group Work Plans for increasing the rate of compliance in four product areas: Toys, Electrical Products, Lighters, and Fireworks.
CPSC and AQSIQ Panel Discussion
Many consider it to be the manufacturer’s responsibility to ensure product safety. Manufacturers are responsible, but product importers and retail outlets also have a responsibility to ensure that the products they handle comply with the applicable safety regulations and standards. Speakers from CPSC and AQSIQ will discuss what U.S. importers and retailers must do when providing specifications or ordering products from the manufacturer or exporter.
- English Language Video (Part 1)
- English Language Video (Part 2)
- PowerPoint Presentation (pdf)
- Chinese Language Video (Part 1)
- Chinese Language Video (Part 2)
Private Sector Panel Discussion
Industry faces a growing public demand for increased assurances of safer consumer products, even in the absence of government standards. Speakers on the private sector panel will discuss what steps are being taken to increase product safety in the early stages of the supply chain through formal standards and compliance protocols.