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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

This supplier guide provides a summary of the mandatory requirements for the supply of all retail tobacco products sold in Australia, that are made for human consumption, be it smoking, sucking, chewi

Using a treadmill at home is a convenient and great way to get fit. However, if you have young children you need to take care.


Product of Office of Fair Trading - OFT (QLD)

A trampoline can be lots of fun, especially for young children. Before your child plays on a trampoline...


Product of Office of Fair Trading - OFT (QLD)
A report on a survey to assess compliance with the Trade Practices (Consumer Product Information Standards) (Cosmetics) Regulations 1991 by online cosmetic subscription services.
This pack contains various materials on soccer goal safety with information and steps you can take to help prevent accidental deaths and serious injuries to kids and teens.
Wheat bags are a popular choice for keeping the bed or body warm, but they have been linked to fires in Australia—so they need to be used with care.
This bulletin provides information about the laws you must follow if you sell hot water bottles in Australia.
This bulletin alerts suppliers of pedal bicycles and bicycle helmets to some of the hazards associated with these consumer goods. It also outlines some of your responsibilities as a supplier.
Alerts suppliers of cosmetics including hair products about the use of chemicals in cosmetics including the ingredient labelling requirements.

In late 2010, the ACCC identified a number of overseas reports and received anecdotal complaints from consumers and salon operators alleging excessive formaldehyde concentrations in cosmetics, part

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