Dear Valued Customer,
Safety comes first. It’s that simple. The United States Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is the entity charged with setting regulations for the safety of products in the marketplace. In 2008, the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) was enacted to raise the safety standards for children’s products. The Act requires that products intended to be used by children (a) comply with all applicable children's product safety rules, (b) are tested for compliance by a CPSC-accepted laboratory, (c) have a written Children's Product Certificate (issued by the manufacturer or importer) that provides evidence of the product's compliance, and (d) have permanent tracking information affixed to the products and their packaging. It is our responsibility as a company to see that these measures are in place.
Becker’s has a longstanding commitment to safety policies which meet or exceed industry and government standards in the interest of the health and safety of children and the peace of mind for those who care for them. We encourage you to call us if you have any questions about our safety policies.
George J. Becker
Becker’s School Supplies
Other Safety Information for Our Customers
Federal Crib Safety Standards
All Becker's cribs meet the 2011 federal standards. To learn more, click here.
Product Safety Information
The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has recently changed the requirements for advertising children’s products. Below are complete explanations of each numbered safety icon appearing on our website, per the new CPSC requirements. Please use this information as a guide when purchasing products from any retailer. Visit www.cpsc.gov for more information about product safety concerns for children.
- 1 - Choking Hazard: Small Parts
- 2 - Choking Hazard: Latex Balloon
- 3 - Choking Hazard: Small Balls: Toy is a small ball
- 4 - Choking Hazard: Small Balls: Toy contains a small ball
- 5 - Choking Hazard: Marbles: Toy is a marble
- 6 - Choking Hazard: Marbles: Toy contains a marble