Be a Responsible Supplier
Suppliers have the prime responsibility to ensure the safety of the products sold. You must comply with the relevant product safety regulations and ensure their products do not pose a safety risk to consumers.
Consumer Protection (Safety Requirements) Regulations (CPSR)
Suppliers of household electrical, electronic and gas products regulated under the CPSR, must comply with the Regulations and ensure that the Controlled Goods you supply meet relevant safety standards, are registered with the authority and affixed with the SAFETY Mark.
Any person found guilty of selling unregistered Controlled Goods, is liable upon conviction, to a fine not exceeding S$10,000 or imprisonment for a term not exceeding two years or both.
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Consumer Protection (Consumer Goods Safety Requirements) Regulations (CGSR)
Suppliers of general consumer goods must comply with the CGSR and ensure the consumer goods you supply meet relevant safety standards.
If consumer goods do not meet applicable safety standards, the Consumer Product Safety Office can direct suppliers to stop the sale of these goods in the market. We will also direct suppliers to inform users of the potential dangers of such goods. The penalty for non-compliance is a fine and/or imprisonment.
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