Power of open data
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) believes in the power of open data and being accessible to the public. This is why we make our data, deliberations, and decisions, accessible to consumers, developers and stakeholders, in accordance with the Open Government Initiative.
We use our website to broadcast live webcasts of meetings, hearings, and interactive workshops and trainings. Staff memos, technical analyses, Federal Register notices, Commissioner's statements and public comments are posted online during the course of CPSC's decisional processes. Recalls, safety alerts, safety awareness programs, interpretive rules, final rules and enforcement policies are all available on this site.
Recall Data API
CPSC’s recall data API contains decades of consumer product recall information.
Recalls and Unsafe Product Reports
Public database export of all recalls and unsafe product reports on SaferProducts.gov
Civil and Criminal Penalties Data
Search our database for civil and criminal penalty records by civil or criminal penalties as well as by company, product, and fiscal year.
Import and Marketplace Violations Data
A list of all letters sent to importers and manufacturers, beginning in October 2012, where CPSC received a response from the company confirming the violation and CPSC confirmed that the company voluntarily completed corrective action to remedy the hazard.
Monthly Progress Reports
The Monthly Progress Report (MPR) is provided by recalling firms to report on the progress of the recall.
Product Testing and Certification Labs
A database of approved and accredited laboratories for third-party testing for each children’s or general product safety rule.
National Electronic Injury Surveillance System (NEISS)
CPSC’s NEISS is a national probability sample of hospitals in the U.S. and its territories used to estimate the total number of product-related injuries treated in hospital ERs nationwide.