We compiled a list
of sites that announce product recalls. So, if you are looking for a specific
recall and didn't find it mentioned on
our site, check these sites.
Product Safety Commission (CPSC)
CPSC is responsible for protecting the public against unreasonable
risks of injuries and deaths associated with over 15,000 types of consumer
products. Visit the
CPSCs website to search for recalls
by product type,
by product topic, or get a list of current
States Environmental Protection Agency (Office Of Pesticide Programs)
Office of Pesticide Programs is responsible for protecting the public
health and the environment from the risks posed by pesticides and to promote
safer means of pest control.
Drug Administration (FDA)
FDA is responsible for ensuring the safety of a variety
of products. Their site contains recalls on food,
The FDA ensures the safety and effectiveness of biologics
(such as insulin and vaccines) and
radiation-emitting products (such as microwave ovens). In addition, the FDA
regulates the feed and drugs for pets and farm animals, as well.
The FDA publishes a weekly report,
FDA Enforcement Report, that contains information on actions
taken in connection with the agency's regulatory activities.
Safety Inspection Service (FSIS)
Part of the U.S. Department of Agriculture, FSIS
is responsible for ensuring the safety of the nations commercial
supply of meat, poultry, and egg products and that these products are
correctly labeled and packaged. Their site lists
current recalls on food products and they maintain a
recall archive of past recall announcements.
Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA)
Under the Department of Transportation, NHTSA
is responsible for setting and enforcing safety performance standards
for motor vehicles and motor vehicle equipment. NHTSA investigates safety
defects in motor vehicles, and promotes the use of safety belts,
child safety seats, and airbags. The NHTSA site has a variety of
that help visitors to locate specific information pertaining to motor
vehicle and equipment recalls, consumer complaints, safety studies and