Keep Up with Product Recalls
3 Tips for Monitoring Product Recalls
Defective tools, equipment, and other property can harm staff and students. That’s why we encourage you to keep up with product recalls by following these tips:
- Register your products with manufacturers so you’ll get timely recall notices.
- Sign up for email recall alerts from the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).
- Visit the CPSC website for a list of recalls.
We share product recalls that our team learns about through newsletters, websites, and other sources. This list is not comprehensive. The best way to stay on top of recalls is to follow the three tips above.
April 20, 2023: Stanley Black & Decker Recalls 2.2 Million DeWALT, Stanley and Craftsman Fiberglass Sledgehammers Due to Impact Injury Hazard
March 2, 2023: TJX Recalls Office Chairs Due to Fall Hazard
March 2, 2023: DR Power Equipment Recalls Chippers Due to Laceration Hazard
Nov. 10, 2022: Generac Recalls Portable Generators Due to Finger Amputation, Crushing Hazard
Aug. 4, 2022: DeWALT Recalls Miter Saws Due to Injury and Laceration Hazards
July 7, 2022: John Deere Lawn Tractors Recalled Due to Crash Hazard
Dec. 22, 2021: Royal Sovereign Recalls Portable Air Conditioners Recalled Due to Fire Hazard
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