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Top 10 Face-Palming Product Recalls
Top 10 Product Recalls Subscribe http://goo.gl/Q2kKrD TIMESTAMPS BELOW! These are the biggest business blunders to come from the retail side of things. Product recalls can be bad for business, causing bankruptcy, business failure and a serious loss of profits, they are often called for by US government agencies such as the FDA, who order food recalls. Sometimes there are auto recalls from car manufacturers. 00:45 #10: Easy-Bake Ovens 02:04 #9: Volkswagen 03:08 #8: Peanut Corporation of America’s Peanut Products 04:25 #7: Ford Pintos 05:45 #6: Takata Airbags 07:04 #5: Roman Blinds 08:06 #4: Infantino SlingRider Baby Slings 09:20 #3, #2 and #1 ??? WatchMojo's Social Media Pages http://www.Facebook.com/WatchMojo http://www.Twitter.com/WatchMojo http://instagram.com/watchmojo Special thanks to our users Perkakola for submitting the idea using our interactive suggestion tool at http://watchmojo.com/suggest/Top+10+Worst+Product+Recalls Get WatchMojo merchandise at http://watchmojo.com/store/ WatchMojo’s ten thousand videos on Top 10 lists, Origins, Biographies, Tips, How To’s, Reviews, Commentary and more on Pop Culture, Celebrity, Movies, Music, TV, Film, Video Games, Politics, News, Comics, Superheroes. Your trusted authority on ranking Pop Culture.
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12 Worst Product Recalls
Here are the top 12 most shocking product and toys recalls in the world from food that could give you e. coli to other product fails! Subscribe to Talltanic http://goo.gl/wgfvrr 6. Kitetube Doesn’t it sound like a great idea to get put on a kite and have a high power boat drag you through the sky? Not really! The kite tube was made by Sportsstuff inc and it was basically a 10 foot wide circular inflatable watercraft that becomes airborne. People would try their best to stay on the kite tube 39 people were injured while operating this device, 29 of which needed hospitalization. Some of the injuries were quite severe, including: a broken neck, a punctured lung as well as facial injuries. Two of these people actually lost their lives. The suggestion statement on the product was featured next to crossbones and states:” never fly the kite higher than you are willing to fall.” Makes sense right? About 19,000 of these were recalled in 2006. 5. Samsung Galaxy Recalls Samsung recalled the Note 7 smartphones recently in 2016 after some of the batteries exploded or caught on fire! Samsung Note 7’s were being recalled from shelves in 10 countries including South Korea and the United States. People who bought the Note 7 could switch it out for something new but people were disappointed with the product failure. There were 35 confirmed instances of this new smartphone catching on fire and even exploding! It was estimated that 1 in every 14000 had faulty batteries but most likely, no one is going to want to take that risk unless it’s the new iphone. Most customer stated that the phone exploded while being charged. This goes to show, just the smallest errors in things like this can lead to dangerous products. This is mostly due to high powered lithium batteries, storing too much energy. Guys might want to consider not placing this phones in their pockets if they're planning on having kids someday. 4. Tommee Tippee Sippee Cups 3.1 Millions of these children's cups were recalled for a rather strange reason. The spill proof cups were becoming infested with mold spores in the removable, one-piece, white valve. Even when cleaned, moisture would remain in this area and some parents just wouldn’t clean this part. There were over 3,000 consumer reports of mold in the valves and 68 concerned parents reported illnesses from their children. The angry parents, posted photos on the Tommee Tippee Sippee Cups facebook page to show their disgust with the product. Consumers are advised to stop using cups with piece white valves. The company agreed to replace the cups, in an attempt to keep some of their customers. 3. Baby Milk Powder This doesn’t sound too appetizing. A huge scandal took place in China when an infant formula were containing a substance known as melamine was uncovered. This lead to an estimated 300,000 victims in total. Some children reportedly suffered from kidney stones and serious kidney damage with nearly 54,000 children being hospitalized. This lead to serious health concerns in china and a fear of exported goods from this country. Many countries refused to import goods from here, especially dairy products. The Chinese government prosecuted many people who were to blame executing two, placing 3 in prison for life and other serious punishments were administered. The substances placed in the milk were not well tested and over 2100 tons of powdered milk was destroyed and 9000 recalled. 2. Firestone and Goodyear Recall Possible one of the worst defaults by a tire company, firestone and Goodyear tires were exploding and shredding like no one had seen before. When ford motors found several models of 15-inch Firestone had severely high failure rate, this lead to the rightful closing of manufacturing plants. But the tires were still out there! Firestone ultimately demanded for a recall of over 2.8 million tires! This eventually led to 175 deaths and 700 injuries for firestone while much fewer were affected by goodyear tires. 1. Chinese Product Recall In 2007, China demanded a huge product recall and import bans were placed by the US, Canada, EU Australia and New Zealand when they began realizing certain products weren’t safe. Products shipped from China like pet food noticed that animals were falling ill and dying. It turns out it has the same chemical, melamine, that was placed in the baby milk powder. But this was just the tip of the iceberg. Marvel toys, recalled 175,000 dolls that apparently contained excessive amounts of lead paint. Lead is known to damage brain cells especially in children. In 2007, over 467 product recalls. An estimated 32 percent of all toys China exported contained lead. Toys like hotwheels even contained a deadly poison known as arsenic! The most likely reasoning for this is that heavy metals are much cheaper and using any other substance would likely push their costs up.
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Top 10 Disgusting Food Recalls
Top 10 Disgusting Food Recalls Subscribe: http://goo.gl/Q2kKrD and also Ring the Bell to get notified // Have a Top 10 idea? Submit it to us here! http://watchmojo.com/suggest If you cannot trust your food, then what can you trust? From mac and cheese, to cookie dough, and farm eggs, don’t watch this if you’re eating! WatchMojo counts down Top 10 Disgusting Food Recalls. Check out our other videos of Another Top 10 Insane Secret Menu Items: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dFOhYKyeEfE, the Top 10 Food Items You're Probably Pronouncing Wrong: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z1lL1ps73ug, and the Top 10 Unhealthy Foods You Probably Eat Every Day: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rLCy9i6QjME. #10: Mac & Cheese #9: Cookie Dough #8: Farm Eggs #7: Peanuts #6: Organic Marketside Spring Mix #5: Beef #4: Spinach #3, #2 & #1??? Watch on WatchMojo: http://www.WatchMojo.com Special thanks to our user boxtroll for suggesting this idea! Check out the voting page at https://www.watchmojo.com/suggest/Top+10+Disgusting+Product+Recalls. Check our our other channels! http://www.youtube.com/mojoplays http://www.youtube.com/mojotalks http://www.youtube.com/msmojo http://www.youtube.com/jrmojo http://www.youtube.com/watchmojouk WatchMojo's Social Media Pages http://www.Facebook.com/WatchMojo http://www.Twitter.com/WatchMojo http://instagram.com/watchmojo Get WatchMojo merchandise at shop.watchmojo.com WatchMojo’s ten thousand videos on Top 10 lists, Origins, Biographies, Tips, How To’s, Reviews, Commentary and more on Pop Culture, Celebrity, Movies, Music, TV, Film, Video Games, Politics, News, Comics, Superheroes. Your trusted authority on ranking Pop Culture.
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What is PRODUCT RECALL? What does PRODUCT RECALL mean? PRODUCT RECALL meaning & explanation
What is PRODUCT RECALL? What does PRODUCT RECALL mean? PRODUCT RECALL meaning - PRODUCT RECALL definition - PRODUCT RECALL explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ A product recall is a request to return a product after the discovery of safety issues or product defects that might endanger the consumer or put the maker/seller at risk of legal action. The recall is an effort to limit ruination of the corporate image and limit liability for corporate negligence, which can cause significant legal costs. It can be difficult, if not impossible, to determine how costly can be releasing to the consumer a product that could endanger someone's life and the economic loss resulting from unwanted publicity. Recalls are costly. Costs include having to handle the recalled product, replacing it and possibly being held financially responsible for the consequences of the recalled product. A country's consumer protection laws will have specific requirements in regard to product recalls. Such regulations may include how much of the cost the maker will have to bear, situations in which a recall is compulsory (usually because the risk is big enough), or penalties for failure to recall. The firm may also initiate a recall voluntarily, perhaps subject to the same regulations as if the recall were compulsory.
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CRAZIEST Product Recalls In History
From the Subscribe to American Eye http://goo.gl/GBphkv 6. Target Dresser Recall This time luckily no one got injured before target pulled at least 175 thousand four drawer dressers. It turned out there the dresser was also having issues tipping over and were unstable when placed up against the wall. These were manufactured in Denmark and sold for over 100 bucks each. Normally when you pull your dresser open you don’t typically expect it to fall over on top of you, so it seemed worthy of a recall. 5. Precision Crossbows If you’re looking for a sleek and quiet weapon to help you get through the zombie apocalypse, a crossbow is typically one of your best choices. But not if you bought one of these from the company Precision shooting that were sold at bass pro shop. The recall of about 17 thousand crossbows was issued on november 16th. The problem with these zombie hunting devices was that they were discharging unexpectedly. Sounds dangerous! Luckily no injuries were reported but we know those can do some serious damage! It wasn’t just one model though. This included the Fang XT, Fang LT and the thrive crossbows that are sold nationwide! Store your crossbow in a safe place people! 4. Fidget Spinners We’re sure you’re all aware what a fidget spinner is and how to use to one. It was that toy that was all the rage on campuses all across the US. Hopefully you didn’t buy your fidget spinner from target because it could contain lead. The US public research group found lead to be present in quote “extremely high levels” and the amount would be harmful in the effects of child development. Millions of people have utilised fidget spinners for their stress relieving properties, but they might be stressed when they find out about this. Since the consumer group wasn’t a government group or anything, all they could really do is request that target take them off their shelves. This wasn’t the FDA or anything so target has decided to keep them for sale during xmas time! 3. Kinder Eggs In 1997, the us consumer product safety comission declared the recall of roughly 5000 kinder chocolate eggs which contain a plastic toy inside. The problem was that many people, especially kids knew there was toy inside and it became a choking hazard. The eggs are imported from germany and bringing them into the US is now illegal. People from the US couldn’t read the writing which was in German explaining the what was inside. All it said was Kinder Uberraschung! Which translates to surprise in german. In fact in 2011, US border patrol was about to issue a man from manitoba a 300 dollar fine for trying to import one egg here. In another case near the border Vancouver one egg can result in a 2500 dollar fine. Keep your deadly eggs away from us already! The FDA is basically saying that non edible objects in candy products as this may pose a health hazard and having them here is not worth the risk. They still remain legal in Canada and Mexico. 2. Chocolate Worms People and chocolate enthusiasts in Asia were surprised to say the least when they found there tiny white worms in their chocolate in August 2007. The worms were alive crawling around on the chocolate bar! The Seoul based chocolate company Minishell explained that it wasn’t their fault since any worms would have died during the cooking process. That doesn’t sound too reassuring. You’d be surprised that quite a few bugs might make their way into your food and no one ever takes them out. They pointed blame at the grocery store. Turns out, the entire time, the store was actually selling counterfeit chocolate of the popular brand and the worms were actually moth larvae. Nauseating image nonetheless. 1.Pintos This classically flawed automobile will go down in history as being one of the most unsafe vehicles that was on the market. What was supposed to a less expensive alternative, turned to cost people their lives In 1978, the car needed to be recalled when they found out the design was causing fires and explosions from even small bumps and collisions. We thought they built ford tough! The pinto was designed with a vulnerable gas tank near the rear bumper. Something such as a fender bender had the ability to ignite the fuel that was being leaked out. Any type of spark created from the metal would start the fire and the gasoline could even reach the driver's seat. No car is really that safe but the pinto is about as unsafe as it gets. Further collision tests were done which show how frightently flammable it was. The final recall called for 1.5 million vehicles Pinto’s reputation was too damaged to ever make any kind of comeback .
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5 Shocking Reasons For Product Recalls!
So in this list, I'll be showing you 5 Shocking Reasons For Product Recalls 5) If a cookbook ever gets recalled its probably because they got a recipe wrong. And in 1978 the woman's day crockery cuisine was no different. Now, most people would expect if you get a recipe wrong the worst that can happen is you ruin a good meal. However, in this case, it was far more dangerous. The recipe for their Silky Caramel Slices ended up basically being a recipe for making a bomb. You see water was a crucial ingredient to make this dish, however, in the cookbook they accidentally left it out. Instead of water, they instructed people to cook an unopened can of condensed milk for about 4 hours. This built up a lot of pressure within the can and eventually, it exploded. No one was ever injured but the cookbook was recalled and the mistake was quickly changed. 4) You probably never heard of the arcade game Arm Spirit. And you should count yourself lucky for never getting a chance to play it. In 2007 this arm wrestling game was introduced to Japanese arcades. Essentially people could arm wrestle a mechanical arm. However, this mechanical arm proved to be maybe a bit too strong for some opponents. The game ended up breaking the arm of 3 players. Atlus the company that made the game ended up recalling the machines, but did say in a statement that even women should be able to beat the game, hinting that the players that got injured were probably just too weak. What Atlus didn't realise is that while women could beat the game the game was in an arcade. Therefore it stands to reason a lot of the players would be kids. 3) If you use a hair dryer the last thing you expect is deadly asbestos being blow into your face. However, believe it or not, in 1979 an investigation found some hair dryers in the US used asbestos in their heat shield insulation. This essentially meant millions of Americans were blowing this deadly mineral in their face. These hair dryers were recalled but its estimated millions remained in circulation. While today the chances of any of them still being used are small, but if you happen to have or still use a 40-year-old hair dryer, it might be a good idea to buy a new one. 2) Most food products you buy today contain some kind of contaminant. However, these contaminants are usually completely safe to eat and cause no ill effects. Believe it or not some foods contain radioactivity but the levels are so little that they are completely safe to eat. However in 1986 two powdered milk products were pulled from the shelves as they tested to have up to 5 times the allowed levels of radioactive caesium isotopes. This powered milk actually was considered dangerous to consume. How the high levels of radioactivity got into the product is unknown however some people believe it's because the production of the milk was not far from the Chernobyl disaster. Over 200,000 cans of the powered milk were recalled, thankfully nobody was harmed. 1) Back in the day, collectible sports cards were a big thing. It's difficult to think of a reason why sports cards were ever recalled but there is one incident that happened in 1989 that is pretty funny. The card in question was a baseball card of Billy Ripken. At first glance, there's nothing wrong with it, but look closely at the bat Billy was holding. Youll see the words F**k Face written on it. The card was immediately recalled but this only made the card an even more valuable collector's item. In fact, people were so desperate to get their hands on this card that they purchased unopened boxes at double the retail price in the hope the card was in the deck. ------------------------------------------------------- Vlog Channel: http://www.youtube.com/more5 Twitter: https://twitter.com/OfficialAll5 Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sam_all5 Snapchat: SamAll5YT Website: http://www.All5.me -------------------------------------------------------
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Julian Morrow suggests a product recall on flushable cleansing cloths... aka bottom wipes for grownups. SUBSCRIBE now to The Checkout on YouTube: http://ab.co/1nhNgCh How viewers can get involved in THE CHECKOUT: http://facebook.com/checkouttv http://twitter.com/checkouttv #thecheckout http://futube.net.au (where you can send in video complaints) [email protected] (email us directly)
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Why are food recalls on the rise?
A growing number of people are concerned about food safety after a series of recalls over food contamination. Pepperidge Farm voluntarily recalled more than three million packages of Goldfish crackers Tuesday over possible salmonella contamination. Mondelez International also issued a voluntary recall of 16 varieties of its Ritz cracker products because of the same concerns over salmonella. Michael Moss, an investigative journalist who won a Pulitzer Prize for reporting on contaminated food, joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss why food companies should be more diligent and what might be behind the rise in recalls. Subscribe to the "CBS This Morning" Channel HERE: http://bit.ly/1Q0v2hE Watch "CBS This Morning" HERE: http://bit.ly/1T88yAR Watch the latest installment of "Note to Self," only on "CBS This Morning," HERE: http://cbsn.ws/1Sh8XlB Follow "CBS This Morning" on Instagram HERE: http://bit.ly/1Q7NGnY Like "CBS This Morning" on Facebook HERE: http://on.fb.me/1LhtdvI Follow "CBS This Morning" on Twitter HERE: http://bit.ly/1Xj5W3p Follow "CBS This Morning" on Google+ HERE: http://bit.ly/1SIM4I8 Get the latest news and best in original reporting from CBS News delivered to your inbox. Subscribe to newsletters HERE: http://cbsn.ws/1RqHw7T Get your news on the go! Download CBS News mobile apps HERE: http://cbsn.ws/1Xb1WC8 Get new episodes of shows you love across devices the next day, stream local news live, and watch full seasons of CBS fan favorites anytime, anywhere with CBS All Access. Try it free! http://bit.ly/1OQA29B Delivered by Norah O’Donnell and Gayle King, "CBS This Morning" offers a thoughtful, substantive and insightful source of news and information to a daily audience of 3 million viewers. The Emmy Award-winning broadcast presents a mix of daily news, coverage of developing stories of national and global significance, and interviews with leading figures in politics, business and entertainment. Check local listings for "CBS This Morning" broadcast times.
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EXTREMELY URGENT Product Recall!!!
The Maker of all human beings is recalling ALL units manufactured. The symptoms of "Sub-sequential Internal Non-morality" are rampant. Please contact the Repair Technician for you FREE repairs. Simply upload your burden through the Repentance procedure and download Atonement into the heart component before it's too late. WARNING!!! Any human being units NOT responding to this recall action will have to be scrapped in the furnace. Please don't let this happen to you! Thank you for your attention and don't forget to tell your friends. Shirt: Kerusso http://www.Kerusso.com
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The Office   Product Recall - Apology Video
The Office is in disarray after the company produces a faulty product and Michael takes it upon himself to try and correct things! All rights belong to Universal Studios!
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CRAZIEST Product Recalls of All Time
From exploding smoke bombs to cars accelerating without being told to, here’s a group of products that, despite being horribly flawed, made it to the masses. Subscribe to Knowledge Feed for awesome mysteries, discoveries, fun topics and all around AWESOME videos ! 7. Low Quality Nugs Who knows what kind of meats they mash together to make those chicken nuggets. One ingredient no one wants is plastic, but that’s exactly what some people got in 2016 with certain Tyson Food products. The company recalled around 132 thousand pounds of fully cooked chicken nugget products. The Food Safety Inspection Service said that Tyson inspects it's chicken with a metal detector but that it couldn’t find plastic. 6. Tainted Cereal There’s just nothing like a bowl of your favorite cereal in the morning or anytime of day. Imagine opening a fresh box of say Fruit Loops and discovering an overwhelming aroma, not of sugar and artificial fruits, but instead something, stale, metallic and soap like. That would suck, but it's exactly what happened to a bunch of people back in 2010. Certain boxes of Kellogg's Fruit Loops, Apple Jacks, Honey Smacks and Corn Pops had box liners with that unusual smell and taste. Kellogg said that it was from a substance in the resin used to make the plastic liners. People got sick and the Kellogg company was forced to recall around 28 million boxes. 5. Toyota’s Black Eye Toyota agreed in early 2014 to pay a ridiculous 1.2 billion dollars to avoid being prosecuted for covering up one minor detail about some of their cars, they experienced what was called unintended acceleration. A slew of accidents caused by the malfunction, some of which were fatal finally started coming to light in late 2009. Court documents would reveal that Toyota knew of the problem months before the recall and didn’t tell anyone about it, clearing choosing financial gain over the safety of their customers. 4. Hairy Flour A faulty screen at a Morrison Milling Company subsidiary caused a huge recall. It’s crazy how one mistake can cause such a huge amount of waste but big companies should always air on the side of caution. Due to the possible presence of a hair like nylon fragment the company recalled thousands of 5 pound whole wheat flour packages that were distributed in the Southwestern United States. 3. Get Outta Here Kidde Kidde was forced to recall almost five million of their disposable fire extinguishers. Unfortunately it seems that someone on the manufacturing team forgot to check whether or not they actually worked. The company received nearly a dozen reports of the device failing to discharge, which sucks when you consider that those people all probably found out while trying to put out a fire. Apparently the problem was a faulty valve component. You know someone got in big trouble for that mistake. 2. Disease Causing Bacteria Found in Sanitizer That statement may seem contradictory and unbelievable but it's a descriptor of Clarcon products in 2009. The company issued a recall after it was discovered that several of their lotions and hand sanitizers contained high levels of disease causing bacteria, which is obviously the exact opposite of what sanitizer is supposed to be. Needless to say customers were more than a little disappointed. Thanks to everyone out there for joining us, be sure to subscribe and look out for our next video and we’ll see you all again soon. 1. Persil For years Persil was a popular brand of detergent under the Unilever umbrella. Then, in the early 90’s they unveiled Persil Power, which they touted as having new chemicals that increased cleaning performance. Unfortunately the new formula worked a little too well. After just a few washes, clothes would lose their color, and their structural integrity. Garments would rip and tear under the slightest stress. An embarrassed Unilever issued a product recall before abandoning the brand altogether, which is why most of you hadn’t heard of or knew what the hell Persil was until just now.
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Drug Recall: Types and Examples
In this tutorial you will learn about What is a drug recall? Why drugs are recalled? When companies announced the drug recall? Real examples of drug recall. Various Classes of drug Recall including class I, class II and class III recalls with examples. Various Types of Recall including voluntary and statutory recall. Levels of Recall: Time Lines, for Effective Recall System and Rapid Alert: And in last Some important frequently asked questions on drug recall.
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10 SCARIEST Product Recalls to Ever Happen | LIST KING
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The Office - Product Recall - Interview
The Office is in disarray after the company produces a faulty product and Michael takes it upon himself to try and correct things! All rights belong to Universal Studios!
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iZipline -PackageTagz Product Recall Demo
iZipline demonstrations the power of recalling a product enabled with PackageTagz
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What is a product recall?
A product recall can be a defining moment for a food or consumer goods company. Managed well, a product recall can enhance a company's brand, managed badly, it can be a significant reputation risk. Having an effective product recall procedure or product recall plan is critical for for providing guidance and preventing a crisis. But what is a product recall? Is there one product recall definition? In this short video - one a series in Recall Q&A, Steve Hather explains what a product recall is. For more information and to get our free checklist or self assessment tool to see if you have an effective product recall plan, you can download it using this link: https://recallinstitute.kartra.com/page/Product_Recall_ISO10393_Checklist
Product Recall - Defined
A product recall is a request from a manufacturer to return a product after the discovery of safety issues or product defects that might endanger the consumer or put the maker/seller at risk of legal action. example: Boeing 737 Max
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Product Recall, Are You Prepared? - Webinar Replay
http://www.nextecgroup.com/ http://www.nextecgroup.com/about/why-nextec/ Everything’s going fine and all of a sudden, WHAMO…you’re dealing with your very own product recall. Is your company ready to respond if you encounter a product recall? NexTec can help. Learn how by watching our webcast on product recall with Sage ERP X3. Discover how to resolve product recalls in minutes. - Take corrective & preventative action (CAPA) - Identify affected products, quantities and shipments - Simplify consumer issue management - Ensure you are in compliance If you haven’t thought about your product recall process, you may be at risk. Twitter https://twitter.com/NexTecGroup Linkedin http://www.linkedin.com/company/nextec-group Google+ http://plus.google.com/109869819404680411415
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FDA Product Recalls
If you are studying to become a pharmacy technician, this FDA produced video will give you some good information about FDA product recalls.
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The Office - Product Recall (Episode Highlight)
Lights, Camera, Michael! » Subscribe for More: http://bit.ly/NBCTheOffice » Buy The Office Complete Series DVD Now: http://bit.ly/officedvd THE OFFICE ON SOCIAL: Like The Office on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/theofficenbc Follow The Office on Twitter: https://twitter.com/theofficenbc Find The Office on Tumblr: http://theofficenbc.tumblr.com/ Follow The Office on Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/nbctheoffice/ Find The Office trailers, full episode highlights, previews, promos, clips, and digital exclusives here. NBC ON SOCIAL: NBC YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/nbc Follow NBC: http://Twitter.com/NBC Like NBC: http://Facebook.com/NBC NBC Tumblr: http://NBCtv.tumblr.com/ NBC Pinterest: http://Pinterest.com/NBCtv/ NBC Google+: https://plus.google.com/+NBC NBC Instagram: http://instagram.com/nbc ABOUT THE OFFICE The multi-award-winning comedy series "The Office" presents a hilarious documentary-style look at the humorous, and sometimes poignant, foolishness that plagues the 9-to-5 world. Based on the award-winning BBC hit, "The Office" is a fly-on-the-wall "docu-reality" parody of modern American office life that delves into the lives of the workers at Dunder Mifflin, a paper supply company in Scranton, Pennsylvania. The Office - Product Recall (Episode Highlight) https://youtu.be/5MatzspY-3M The Office http://www.youtube.com/theoffice
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10 Kids Products That Should Be Recalled!
10 Products From The 90's That Are *NEVER* Coming Back! ➡ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hijtrIcxLlo I Bought a Credit Card for $14... | 10 Ridiculous Tech Gadgets ➡ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F6QBOGj1dRk Welcome to the first DOPE or NOPE episode EVER! Today we're looking at kid's products that should be RECALLED, due to their dangerous, inappropriate, or just plain weird nature - let us know in the comments which one you thought was the most bizarre! Vote On Upcoming Videos! Vote Now! ➡ http://vote.hi5studios.com Found a product you'd like us to review? Post it on our subreddit! ➡ https://www.reddit.com/r/StrangestProducts/ Click here to check out our merch! ➡ http://Teespring.com/stores/matthias ⬇️ FOLLOW ME! ⬇️ Matthias' Vlogs ➡ http://www.youtube.com/onetoomany TWITTER ➡ http://bit.ly/MatthiasTwitter INSTAGRAM ➡ http://bit.ly/MatthiasInsta Check out some other awesome channels at Hi5 Studios with the links below! Battle Universe ➡ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCGGlk1zXSXEeb_gP2ciY7Hg REKT ➡ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCETEqk3eDILFcu8p6YncjQw Get Good Gaming ➡ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCJLFizUO3gCQnyiYKMYvUgg Fail Time! ➡ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC-6Ygz2yrPcPPhl4pAobqNQ Check out these other videos you might enjoy! DISCONTINUED Baby Product! | 10 Strange Shark Tank Items ➡ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ctg3xB6rKf0 I Bought Nothing...Again?! | 10 Strange Amazon Products ➡ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qYdBB4MyadQ Painting With Spray Can Explosions! ➡ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zKAva7XFTS8 VAT19 MYSTERY BOX....UNBOXING! ➡ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r6WA3cZc3ck The ULTIMATE $30,000 Gaming PC Setup ➡ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r-3iathMo7o $125 Fake iPhone X - How Bad Is It? ➡ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rk4NhRZvv2I
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Salmonella found; product recall grows
The Food and Drug Administration confirmed Friday investigators found salmonella at Sunland, Inc., the New Mexico peanut butter factory linked to a nationwide outbreak.
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How should you use social media in a product recall?
Social media has had a major impact on reputation risk. In fact at one study suggests that the impact - both positive and negative has doubled between 2000 and 2018. In this short video - part of our Recall Q&A series, Steve Hather explains how social media should be used in a product recall and how a product recall to escalate into a crisis if managed poorly. Managed well, having an effective social media crisis management strategy, as an integrated part of your product recall procedure can reduce reputation risk and enhance a food or consumer goods company's brand. If you would like more information on preparing to manage a product recall, you can download our free guide Crisis Prevention - the 4 P's of Preparation, by using this link: https://recallinstitute.kartra.com/page/Crisis_Prevention_4Ps_of_Preparation
Product Recall
An Easy Overview Of Product Recall
Views: 553 Christopher Hunt
Top 10 Deadly Product Recalls - TomoNews
Consumerism is the engine that drives the American economy. But for businesses, the gravy train is over if it goes off the rails and kills all your customers. Get ready for the Top 10 Deadliest Product Recalls! For copyright information, please contact: [email protected] -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Crying dog breaks the internet’s heart — but this sad dog story has a happy ending" https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4prKTN9bYQc -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
Views: 3196 TomoNews US
Managing reputation risk in a product recall - will your plan work?
A product recall that escalates into a crisis can pose a very significant reputation risk for a food or consumer goods company. You've worked tirelessly for years to build your brand and your reputation, a key asset for any company. Lots of food and consumer goods companies have product recall plans and crisis management plans but the key question is will they work when you have an incident? Unfortunately for many companies, the answer is probably not! In this video, Steve Hather, Director of The Recall Institute, will go through the 3 key reasons most product recall procedures are not adequate, most product recall plans and crisis management plans don't provide enough guidance in a product recall. For further information go to our website www.recallinstitute.com or download our free guide to the 10 key elements of crisis prevention here https://recallinstitute.kartra.com/page/10keyelementscrisisprevention
What Happens When There's A Major Food Recall
Food recalls can be very expensive for companies. They can hurt the bottom line and also the company's reputation. So what's the process when contaminated food is recalled? It's a detailed process that protects both the consumer and the company.
A product recall in 4 easy steps - Recall portal
Fast and effective removal of faulty products protect customers and companies alike. GS1 Australia Recall is a secure online portal used by the food, grocery and general merchandise industries in Australia to significantly streamline and improve the communications, visibility and actions in the case of a product recall or withdrawal. For more information or to subscribe to the GS1 Australia Recall portal visit https://www.gs1au.org/our-services/recall/
Views: 281 GS1 Australia
What is a Product Recall Procedure (Part2) - Identifying Incidents
In part 2 of our series on an effective product recall procedure, we look at what processes you need to have in place to identify an incident that may escalate into a product recall or, if not managed well, a crisis. When the incident does occur, having a clear escalation path through the company to ensure the right people get the right information quickly will help to get greater control of the incident. If you would like further information on our 10 key elements of crisis prevention, you can download that here: https://recallinstitute.kartra.com/page/10KeyElementsVideo
Fluke T110 T130 T150 Product Recall
https://www.fluke.com/en-gb/support/safety-notices/tpt-recall T110, T130, T150 manufactured up to July 2018. Support this channel at Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/jwflame Twitter: https://twitter.com/jwflame Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/jwflame Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jwflame/ Contact info, sending stuff in etc.: http://xo4.uk/?YTT
Views: 12600 John Ward
What is Product Recall Procedure (Part 1) - Getting your objectives right
A product recall procedure should provide good guidance to the management team of a food or consumer goods company in identifying incidents, deciding what action to take - including whether to conduct a product recall, and manage relationships with its key stakeholders to provide a solid platform to restore the business. We have developed a 10 step process - our 10 key elements of crisis prevention, to help companies effectively manage incidents and product recalls and prevent them from escalating into a crisis. In this series of short videos, Steve Hather a co-author of the International Standard for Product Recall, ISO 10393, steps you through each step of an effective product recall procedure. If you would like to download our free guide to the 10 key elements of crisis prevention, please click this link: https://recallinstitute.kartra.com/page/10KeyElementsVideo or check out our website www.recallinstitute.com
Is Your Company Ready for a Product Recall?
When it comes to consumer safety, brand loyalty, and bottom line sales, nothing is more detrimental than product recalls. Take control of your supply chain with Acsis.
Views: 1527 Kelly Kuchinski
Facing a Product Recall? Stericycle Expert Solutions Can Help!
In today’s consumer-driven market, a company’s brand and reputation are on the line 24/7. Organisations need cost-effective ways to measure operational performance continually and boost customer and employee satisfaction. A partner with the tools and insights to help make key decisions to protect, enhance, and grow their brand would be a powerful asset for companies worldwide. As the global leader in product recalls, retrievals, returns, audit, and marketing services, Stericycle ExpertSOLUTIONS delivers a suite of offerings to protect consumers, brands, and the environment while reducing corporate risk.
Why a product recall code of practice was created
Interviews with stakeholders who talk about why there was a need to create a code of practice for product recalls.
2017 2018 Honda CRV 1.5 Oil Dilution Product Update Recall
I just received in the mail a "product update" statement from Honda requesting us to have our vehicle serviced in reference to the ongoing problem of oil dilution in the 2017 and 2018 Honda CRV with the 1.5l turbocharged engine. A service bulletin (18-114 and 18-224) has been issued to dealers with instructions. Luckily, we have not had any problems with our CRV. In this videoI discuss what the problem is and what Honda is doing to fix it. Will it work? That remains unclear at this point.
Product Recall & Withdrawal - Safefood 360° Software Module
In the event of a food product recall you want to have a plan in place. The Safefood 360° Product Recall module allows you to plan and simulate recall events before they happen, and once they eventually do, tap into the existing exercises to help you guide through the process of recall or withdrawal. Features: * Develop a product recall plan * Simulate product recalls before they happen * Manage an actual product recall or withdrawal * Maintain recall event log * Calculate mass balance and recall effectiveness * Share reports quickly * Workflow aligned with GFSI Read more: http://safefood360.com/products/modules/
Views: 1403 Safefood 360°
Chubb Product Recall Training Webinar
Title Chubb Product Recall Training Webinar Product recalls can be time consuming, costly and most importantly damaging to a business. Chubb offers Product Recall coverage for businesses of all sizes - small to large. Best of all, they have the flexibility to underwrite over 400 different classes of business, making their risk appetite one of the broadest in the market today. During our session, we'll cover: - Product Recall 101 - Who should purchase the coverage? - Appetite - Selling Opportunities - Accessing the coverage through Stuckey & Company - Q&A Please mark you calendar for Wednesday, March 2nd at 1:00 pm CST. Thank you for your time and interest in learing more about Product Recall. Dwight Stuckey 636-590-7138 (Direct Line) [email protected]
Views: 235 Dwight Stuckey
Do You Need Video Editing? Check out InfinityMedia on Fiverr: https://www.fiverr.com/xinfinitymedia/do-professional-youtube-video-editing ►►Help Us Reach 200k Subscribers! - http://bit.ly/listz10 There are many products be it cars or toys that sometimes come with many dangerous and sometimes deadly faults. From cars that attract disgustingly big spiders to toilets that explode into a million pieces, we count down 10 of the most Bizarre product recalls ever. ►Help Us Reach 100k Subscribers! - http://bit.ly/listz10 ►Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/xlist10 Follow us on Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/list10 Countdown List 10 - Lapel Pins 9 - Drug Pencils 8 - BMW Voice Navigation System 7 - Tiger Woods PGA Tour 6 - Burger King Poke Ball 5 - Easy-Bake Oven 4 - Coca-Cola 3 - Dive Sticks 2 - The Flush mate 1 - Mazda 6 Legality Agreement Background music copyright Jason Shaw (audionautix.com) This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Unported License. If you liked the video, please subscribe for more videos every couple of days! ►Help Us Reach 100k Subscribers! - http://bit.ly/listz10 #top10 #ListKing #Facts
Views: 14207 List King
Avoid Product Recall, Listing Suspension or Worse
https://www.ecomengine.com/ - In this webinar, Rachel Greer from Cascadia Seller Solutions and Liz Fickenscher from eComEngine discuss ways to avoid product recalls, listing suspensions and other seller dilemmas. Rachel shares her perspective on product compliance and safety in an informational and approachable fashion. This is a "must watch" webinar for any private label seller or merchants who are considering creating their own private label brand. 1:12 Agenda 3:25 What is Product Compliance? 8:10 How Does AmazonBasics Do It? 10:31 Be Proactive 13:10 Risky List 17:30 Average Payouts by Product Type 22:57 Customer Complaints 1.0 26:00 Customer Complaints 2.0 30:44 The Evolution of Search 34:45 Using Marketing Tools to Enhance Product Safety 41:22 FeedbackFive Product Review Monitoring 47:18 How To Respond To Customer Complaints 52:22 How We Can Help 56:00 Q & A Learn more about eComEngine by visiting: https://www.ecomengine.com/
Views: 152 eComEngine
FDA 101: Product Recalls (Consumer Update)
This FDA Consumer Update video highlights the agencys involvement in product recalls from the moment the agency is notified to successful completion of the recall. Learn more at http://www.fda.gov/ForConsumers/ConsumerUpdates/ucm049070.htm [vpagency]
Dog Food Recall
Dog food recall has pet owners turning to ‘natural’ pet food WASHINGTON CITY, Utah - (2/20/18) It’s happened in the past, and it will happen again. Dog food companies voluntarily recalling their pet food. But, according to the Food and Drug Administration this time the recall involves the finding of pentobarbital. The drug has been used to euthanize animals and has even been used for executions of convicted criminals. In high doses, pentobarbital causes death by respiratory arrest. The recall of Smuckers brand dog foods among others has many pet owners changing what they feed their pets. For more information on specific dog food recalls go online.
Aunt Jemima issues massive product recall
One major food company is in a flap over a potential pancake problem.
Views: 222 KCENNews
DANGER TOYS 2014 recalled toys - part ONE - Product Recall Dangerous Toys ALERT | Beau's Toy Farm
​​​SUBSCRIBE: http://bit.ly/JoinTheFARM ​​​Danger Toys 2014 - Part ONE recalled toys in 2014. These are the most dangerous toys that have been recalled by the United States Consumer Product Safety Commission. Protect your kids by being aware of the most recent toy product recalls. This is PART ONE. Note that it takes considerable effort to produce these professional looking videos for YouTube. Please show your support by subscribing and we will continue to make them. You will then be automatically notified with the most recent toy product recalls. NEW! Part TWO is here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gyWuhOsVhzQ Danger Toys 2014 No.1 - "Hello Kitty" Whistles in Happy Meals November 2014 and MacDonald's is forced to recall a "Hello Kitty" toy over fears children could choke. The US Consumer Product Safety Commission says parts of the whistle can detach and be inhaled. It reported the cases of two children who reportedly coughed out pieces of the whistle that they had sucked into their mouths, including one child who received medical attention. The Hello Kitty toys are extremely popular the world over. McDonald’s said about 2.5m whistles were manufactured, but most were not sent to restaurants. So far, the fast-food chain has recovered 1.6M of the toys. The toys were in Happy Meals and Mighty Kids Meals in the US and Canada in October and November. Consumers should return the whistle to any McDonald’s for a free replacement toy. http://www.cpsc.gov/en/Recalls/2015/McDonalds-Recalls-Hello-Kitty-Themed-Whistles/ Danger Toys 2014 No.2 - "Just Like Home" Toy Toaster Sets If you have a toy toaster from Toys"R"Us, it may be the subject of a recall. The toy toast can break apart, posing a choking hazard. The recall involves the “Just Like Home” brand toy toaster sets. The teal blue plastic toy toaster has silver trim around the slice opening on top, with an orange slider handle on the side. There are orange dots in a half moon shape on the face of the toaster in the left bottom corner. “Just like home” is printed in white on the front right bottom corner of the toaster. The plastic slice of toast, under pressure, can crack and break into small pieces posing a sharp edge or small part hazard to young children. Toys “R” Us received two incident reports with one report of the plastic bread shattering in Canada. No serious injuries resulted. Over 6000 of the recalled toasters were sold at Toys R Us in Canada and approximately 30,000 affected toasters were distributed in the United States. http://www.cpsc.gov/en/Recalls/2015/Toys-R-Us-Recalls-Toy-Toaster-Sets/ Danger Toys 2014 No.3 - "My Sweet Love" baby cuddle care dolls $20 may be all it costs, but the "My Sweet Love" and My Sweet Baby Cuddle Care baby dolls get awfully hot… So hot in fact that Walmart received complaints of burns and blisters to children’s thumbs and fingers. About 174,000 baby dolls are posted for recall by the United States Consumer Product Safety who have said that the baby doll recall is "due to burn hazard." Apparently, a circuit board in the dolls' chest can reportedly overheat which causes the surface of the My Sweet Love and My Sweet Baby Cuddle Care baby dolls cause burns and blisters. The CPSC report notes that Walmart, which has exclusively distributed the dolls in the US since August 2012 until earlier this month, has received 12 incident reports with regards to the doll. Two out of the 12 reports allegedly included burns and blisters to the thumb of users. http://www.cpsc.gov/en/Recalls/2014/Wal-Mart-Recalls-Dolls/ -- I'm a professional film-maker who enjoys making high-quality short films to help others. Please support me by subscribing to my channel! Here are my websites: http://www.transcendentfilms.com http://www.kriskoster.com​​​ About Beau’s Toy Farm Beau's Toy Farm is a toy's best friend! We are the biggest and best toy review channel in the UK, hosted by a seven-year-old with a huge personality! A superb, family-friendly place to discover the coolest toys on the planet under the critical eye of toy-lover, Beau! We love all types of toys here on Beau’s Toy Farm -- LEGO, Action Figures, Disney’s Frozen Princesses. You name it, I have it and love playing with the latest toys out there. We review only the best toys that other kids love including box openings, reviewing the toy and demos!​​​
Views: 16776 Beau's Toy Farm
The Worst Car Recalls in History
Consider our detail brand! - https://pattersoncarcare.com/ For this video we go in depth with one of my favorite topics to talk about with automotive history - recalls. Everybody makes mistakes, but some were just too dangerous to ignore. Nobody is safe from this list and we take a deep dive in the top 5 most dangerous car recalls in history and give a little bit of backstory including the infamous Ford Pinto. After that we have a thatdudeinblue QNA where I answer your questions from twitter! Thanks so much for watching! 2nd channel!- https://goo.gl/NtQcxJ Key Tags- https://goo.gl/CFuoFx Instagram! - Thatdudeinblue Twitter- @thatdudeinblue Facebook- https://www.facebook.com/thatdudeinbl... New decals!- http://spinnywhoosh.com/thatdudeinblue/ Stay awesome. Drift into blue squad and subscribe! Songs- https://www.youtube.com/user/CHUKImusic
Views: 26213 ThatDudeinBlue
Crisis Communications - What is a Product Recall Procedure Part 7
Clarity and consistency in your communications will help keep you out of a crisis. In a fast escalating incident or product recall, customers and consumers will have a number of questions and concerns. It is critical that you answer them appropriately to ensure it doesn't escalate. In this weeks Recall Q&A - part 7 of our series on the key elements of crisis prevention, I am looking crisis communications. If you would like help communicating effectively when an incident or product recall happens, particularly over social media, you need to do one of our crisis prevention workshops. Email me at [email protected] for our 2019 schedule.
Worst Product Recall
This is my Bjork Shiley 70 Degree C-C Heart Valve that was recalled in 1999. I'm probably the only person who owns one that's still not in them.
Views: 990 Peter Bartels
Food Recall Alert
Nearly 800,000 pounds of ready-to-eat food recalled.
Views: 568 CBS Miami
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What is a mock recall? (and why your current mock recall is not effective!)
5 reasons your mock recall doesn't test your product recall program. Food and consumer goods companies conduct (or should conduct) regular mock recalls to test their product recall procedure or their product recall plan. Product recalls can pose a significant reputation risk to a company, and quickly escalate into a crisis so getting a product recall right is critical. Most mock recalls however are little more than a traceability exercise. While traceability is important, it's a small part of effective product recall management. Mock recalls are therefore often poor indicators of whether a company can conduct an effective product recall. For more information on effective simulations and to download our free guide - 10 Quick Tips for Effective Simulations, you can download it here: https://recallinstitute.kartra.com/page/simulations
Product Recall: Covering Your Bottom Line
"The risk of a product recall, and what that probability is, is almost impossible to answer, but I think the safest bet is everybody should plan for the potential product recall event," advises Actuary Kevin Bingham, who co-authored "Product Recall: Covering Your Bottom Line" in the March/April 2011 issue of the American Academy of Actuaries' bimonthly magazine, Contingencies.
Views: 542 ActuaryDotOrg

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