عنوان مقاله [English]
Safety of consumer goods is an important part of consumer protection laws all over the world. The importance of this subject is so immense that some have counted the right of consumers to have safe products as “fundamental” and “part of human rights”. This subject has been considered important both in international and national levels. United Nations and European Union are the pioneers of international legislation on consumer safety and product safety. In national levels, western countries have done more in comparison with eastern countries to provide adequate legislations in consumer and product safety. This article aims to provide a thorough investigation of the subject in both international and national levels. It also tries to specifically investigate Iran laws to find out if any legislation is in place and if any further enactment to bring the country's legislation in line with the developments in the field is needed.