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Product Safety Recalls

The Oregon Public Health Division works to protect Oregonians from exposure to illness and injury from many potential sources, including work environments, household products, toys and jewelry. For example, some toys and toy jewelry have been found to contain levels of lead that can pose a serious health risk to children.

Parents should carefully check their child's toys and jewelry to see if their child has any of the toys recalled by the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).

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  • Use Recalls.gov to find any type of product recall.
  • Or use the CPSC web tool featured below.