In 2013, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) was responsible for the prevention of more than 12.5 million defective and potentially dangerous products reaching consumers’ hands. Since 1973, CPSC has been screening products at ports for possibly harmful materials and risks. In 2008, the agency intensified its efforts with the creation of a brand-new division completely dedicated to import surveillance, which then led to the creation of the Office of Import Surveillance in 2011. The targeting system used by CPSC to screen and weed out the potentially dangerous products, better known as RAM (risk assessment methodology), was initiated as a pilot ... Read More
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