- U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission
The CPSC is a federal regulating agency that is responsible for more than
15,000 consumer products. The CPSC's goal is to keep consumers safe
by implementing safety regulations on products and recalling unsafe products.
View recent recalls, report unsafe products, and get information about
product safety on CPSC's website.
- U.S. Food and Drug Administration
The FDA is the federal agency tasked with regulating food, drugs, and
medical devices. View the FDA's website to see recent recalls, product
warnings, and to report adverse events caused by food, drugs, or medical devices.
- U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
The EEOC enforces all federal employment regulations, including anti-discrimination
and sexual harassment laws. Learn about your rights as an employee and
actions workplace violation victims can take by visiting the EEOC's website.
http://www.propublica.org/ - ProPublica Dollars for Docs
Did you know that American doctors receive millions from pharmaceutical
companies each year? ProPublica has compiled financial disclosure data
from 17 major American pharmaceutical companies. This information has
gone public in a free, easy to search site called Dollars for Docs. Visit
Dollars for Docs today to find out whether your doctor has received money
from big pharma.
- Top Consumer Class Actions
Top Class Actions, LLC is a forum where consumers can view class action
lawsuits going on throughout the nation. This website helps consumers
find class action lawsuits that may apply to them, which can in turn lead
to financial compensation. Find current class actions by viewing this website.
- U.S. Occupational Safety & Health Administration
OSHA is a division of the United States Department of Labor created in
1970 to enforce workplace safety regulations as well as implement new
regulations. OSHA investigates major workplace accidents and adverse events
and fines employers for workplace violations. Learn your rights as a worker
by viewing OSHA's website.