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Build Child’s Overalls – Compliance Cheat Sheet

Build Child’s Overalls – Compliance Cheat Sheet


Venture into the child’s overalls market in the United States, Canada, or the European Union with confidence, armed with our Child’s Overalls Compliance Cheat Sheet. Covering the United States’ federal guidelines, Canadian mandates, and European Union directives, this cheat sheet offers insights into labeling essentials, safety benchmarks, chemical restrictions, testing protocols, certification processes, and waste management regulations.

With this comprehensive compliance guide, you can confidently navigate these diverse markets, ensuring your child’s overalls are not just comfortable but also regulation-proof.

This Cheat Sheet Covers:

  1. United States (Federal)
    Federal regulations can be intricate, but our cheat sheet simplifies the process.
    Explore labeling requirements, safety standards and certification, chemical restrictions, mandatory testing and certification procedures, and environmentally friendly waste management practices.
    Ensure your kid’s overalls meet both safety and compliance standards in the USA.
  2. Canada
    Canadian consumers appreciate quality and safety.
    Our cheat sheet delves into labeling intricacies, safety benchmarks tailored to the Canadian lifestyle, chemical restrictions, essential testing prerequisites, and sustainable waste management guidelines.
    Keep your child’s overalls brand both comfortable and compliant in Canada’s market.
  3. European Union
    The EU market demands precision in their children’s clothing compliance.
    Our cheat sheet provides insights into labeling finesse, safety standards aligning with European preferences, chemical limitations, mandatory testing and certification requirements, and eco-conscious waste management practices.
    Ensure your child’s overalls stand out in the European Union while meeting regulations and compliance standards.

Meet The Authors

Stacey Bowers, Manager, Global Market Access, Compliance & Risks

Stacey Bowers, MILS, is the Manager of Compliance & Risks’ Global Market Access team.

Stacey is a self-described “law nerd” with nearly 20 years’ experience consulting on international consumer products regulations and standards. She has extensive knowledge of analytical, labeling, safety and testing issues applicable to apparel, cosmetics, food, food contact articles, footwear, giveaways/ incentives/ premiums, home textiles, jewelry, juvenile products and toys.

Stacey and her team of 10 librarians and lawyers produce current, comprehensive and customized research to address strategic business needs for retailers and manufacturers, including entering new geographic markets; facilitating education and training throughout the supply chain; and development of global best practices around regulatory compliance.

Kim Plassche, Senior Regulatory Consultant, Global Market Access, Compliance & Risks

Kim Plassche is a Senior Regulatory Consultant on the Global Market Access team at Compliance & Risks, Ltd., where she researches and monitors international product safety legislation for custom client reports.

Kim is a librarian by training, with 18 years of experience and a Master of Library Science from the State University of New York at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY. Prior to taking on her C&R role, she served as Map Librarian at her alma mater.

Kim has also worked in public and private libraries, including at a consumer products testing company, where she researched regulations and standards for internal and external clients.