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CPSC Safety Publication

CPSC publishes Safety Publications. Click on Order Safety Publications to order printed copies. Quantities are limited. CPSC Safety Alerts and Neighborhood Safety Network posters are not available to order.

General Information

CPSC collects information on product-related emergency room treated injuries. This helps the agency keep track of product dangers and emerging hazards.

Keep students safe in chemistry laboratories.

Containers and Packaging

Keep students safe in chemistry laboratories.

Children who are exposed to the chemicals in single-load liquid laundry packets are at risk of serious injury.

Playgrounds

Is your public playground a safe place to play? Use this simple list to check. 

Sports, Fitness and Recreation

Carbon Monoxide

Always use portable generators outside, far from the home. Never operate a generator inside a home, garage, basement, crawlspace or shed, or near a window or exterior vent.

Protect your family from carbon monoxide dangers.

Fire

Don’t get burned. Flammable liquid vapors are invisible, explosive and unpredictable.

Fuel Container, Gasoline and Other Liquid Fuel Safety

Fuel, Lighters and Fireworks

Sports, Fitness and Recreation

Hobbies

There are different helmets for different activities. Each type of helmet is made to protect your head from the impacts common to a particular activity or sport. Be sure to wear a helmet that is appropriate for the activity.

Playgrounds

Build a better and safer playground. CPSC's Playground Safety Handbook provides guidelines for constructing safer playgrounds so kids can spend more time playing and less time in the emergency room,

Bicycles

There are different helmets for different activities. Each type of helmet is made to protect your head from the impacts common to a particular activity or sport. Be sure to wear a helmet that is appropriate for the activity.

Carbon Monoxide

Using a generator indoors can kill you in minutes. Generator exhaust contains carbon monoxide. This is a poison you cannot see or smell. Only use a generator outside, far away from windows, doors and vents.
Carbon monoxide (CO) is an invisible killer. Learn about the warning signs and how to prevent CO poisoning.
Use portable generators outside only and far from your home. Never operate them indoors or in the garage.

Home

Carbon monoxide (CO) is an invisible killer. Learn about the warning signs and how to prevent CO poisoning.

Kids and Babies

Build a better and safer playground. CPSC's Playground Safety Handbook provides guidelines for constructing safer playgrounds so kids can spend more time playing and less time in the emergency room,
Report an unsafe product