Publications

Aquatic toys - Supplier guide

Under the Australian Consumer Law, mandatory consumer product safety standards (also known as mandatory standards) are introduced when considered reasonably necessary to prevent or reduce the risk of injury.

Date published: 
17 Oct 2019

Quad bike safety standard - guidance for quad bike manufacturers

The Australian Government has introduced a safety standard under the Australian Consumer Law (ACL) to improve the safety of quad bikes. If you are a quad bike manufacturer you should make yourself aware of the requirements specified by the standard.
Date published: 
10 Oct 2019

Quad bike safety standard - guidance for quad bike dealers

The Australian Government has introduced a safety standard under the Australian Consumer Law (ACL) to improve the safety of quad bikes. If you are a quad bike supplier you should make yourself aware of the requirements specified by the standard.
Date published: 
10 Oct 2019

Quad bike safety standard - guidance for consumers

The Australian Government has introduced a safety standard to improve the safety of quad bikes. This guidance will help you stay safe when purchasing a quad bike.
Date published: 
10 Oct 2019

Takata Recall - guidance for auction houses

Auction houses must ensure that they comply with their obligations under the Takata Recall Notice when they are considered to be supplying the vehicle or they may face financial penalties for contravening the Australian Consumer Law (ACL).
Date published: 
25 Sep 2019

Understanding the Industry Guideline for Consumer Goods that Contain Button Batteries

This factsheet provides a summary of the key issues identified in the voluntary Industry Code for Consumer Goods that Contain Button Batteries.
Date published: 
23 Sep 2019

Takata Recall - guidance for locating vehicles in the second-hand market

Vehicle dealers have specific obligations under the Takata Recall Notice and must comply with the requirements in the compulsory recall regarding the sale of second-hand vehicles fitted with Affected Takata Airbag Inflators.
Date published: 
13 Sep 2019

Takata Recall - guidance for the auto-recycling industry

Auto wreckers, dismantlers and recyclers have specific obligations under the Takata Recall Notice relating to the sale and identification of vehicles and spare parts containing Affected Takata Airbag Inflators. 
Date published: 
13 Sep 2019

Button batteries can kill if swallowed poster

Keep products with button batteries out of reach of children.

Date published: 
3 Sep 2019

Why it pays to track and trace your products

If you supply products to consumers, it is important that you be able to identify and quickly locate a recalled product.

Date published: 
11 Apr 2019