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Oregon law prohibits retailers from of​​fering certain children's products that have been recalled by the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission or determined by the Oregon Health Authority to contain banned hazardous substances (such as lead, corrosive or combustible chemicals etc.)

Information for Retailers. If you sell or provide children’s products in Oregon, you must properly dispose of them if they are recalled and comply with all return, repair, retrofitting, labeling or remediation instructions issued with or related to the recall notice or warning.

Let DOJ help you stay up to date on the latest recalls:

Retailers may also wish to sign up for e-mail updates from the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission.

Thrift store safety. Sometimes recalled products pop up at thrift stores or sites like craigslist. If you are looking to buy second-hand children’s products, learn how to spot safety hazards before you bring them into your home:

Learn more about other child safety topics from Safe Kids USA. For more information about online safety please see Children & the Internet.

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