Consumer product safety — Guidelines for suppliers
ISO 10377:2013 provides Identify, assess, reduce or eliminate practical guidance to suppliers on assessing and managing the safety of consumer products, including effective documentation of risk assessment and risk management to meet applicable requirements.
ISO 10377:2013 describes hazards
Safety is important to consumer products. If you’re a consumer, product manager looking into safety, you might also be interested in ISO 10377:2013 which contains other measures that could potentially be implemented to improve both your business and the lives of other consumers who enjoy using your products.
Communication throughout the supply chain, guided by these principles, enhances the effectiveness of written policies. Information must flow in both directions — down through the supply chain for direction and back up the chain for process improvement and data analysis. Corrective Action Plans (CAPs) depend on this type of two-way communication to move back down through the supply chain when needed, while conforming to all applicable federal regulations regarding product recalls.
Principles for Consumer Product Safety
Requirements for ISO 10377:2013 Certification
Benefits of ISO 10377:2013 Certification