Prohibited sales of certain children’s products
- • recall notices and warnings
- • disposal of recalled children’s products
- • compliance with warning instructions
(1) A retailer may not sell or offer for sale, lease, sublet or otherwise distribute a children’s product to consumers in this state if the children’s product is:
(a) Subject to a recall notice issued by or in cooperation with the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission or a successor agency;
(b) The subject of a warning issued by the children’s product manufacturer or the Consumer Product Safety Commission or a successor agency that the intended use of the children’s product constitutes a health or safety hazard, unless the retailer has eliminated the hazard and made the children’s product safe for sale, lease, subletting or distribution to consumers in strict compliance with standards and instructions provided in or related to the warning; or
(c) Subject to a declaration by the Director of the Oregon Health Authority under ORS 453.055 (Hazardous, banned hazardous, misbranded hazardous substances) or under rules adopted by the Oregon Health Authority that the children’s product is a banned hazardous substance.
(2) A retailer shall subscribe to or arrange to receive recall notices and warnings issued by the Consumer Product Safety Commission and warnings issued by manufacturers from which the retailer receives children’s products.
(3) A retailer shall dispose of a children’s product identified in a recall notice or warning issued by or in cooperation with the Consumer Product Safety Commission or a successor agency in strict compliance with disposal instructions included with or related to the recall notice or warning.
(4) A retailer shall comply strictly with all return, repair, retrofitting, labeling or remediation instructions issued with or related to a warning issued by the Consumer Product Safety Commission or a successor agency, an agency of this state or the children’s product manufacturer. [2008 c.31 §2; 2009 c.595 §1162]
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