Chapter 29 project

Kyre Holloway

consumer bill of rights

1.the right to safety: products that are hazardous to life o health.

2.The right to be heard: you'll have ways to register their dissatisfaction and receive compensation for valid complaints.

3.the right to choose: a variety of quality products and services offered at competitive prices. shifting: space shifting allows you to copy the contents of cds and other items that are personal not to commercial.

5.the right to consumer education: that consumers have the necessary assistance to plan and use their resources to the maximum.

6.the right to be informed: the protection against fraudulent deceitful or a grossly misleading informed choices.

patient's bill of rights

1.information disclosure:The act of releasing all relevant information pertaining to a company that may influence an investment decision.

2.Choice of providers: people with patients have the right to choose or receive their own doctors an health care

3.prudent layperson: its a reasonable untrained person in the similar place or position would be reasonable expect the plans to cover.

4.treatment decision: Unfortunately, patients often make decisions about medical care/treatment without completely understanding their options. decisions aids present the various .

5.Confidentiality: the consumers have the right to considerate respectful care of the members of the health care system at all times.

6.Access to emergency services: patients that have health plan must pay for the costs that are prudent layperson.

protection laws

1.Flammable fabrics act-are something consumer product of safety to set flammability.

2.Hazardous substances labeling act-warning labels that are potentially dangerous consumer..

3.meat inspection laws-poultry to be inspected inspection act of 1960 and the wholesome updated standardizing inspection

Federal agencies

1. USDA-there are a amount of numbers that exist in the country.

2. FDA- enforces the laws to and the regulations preventing medical devices.

3. CPSC-consumers from the unreasonable risk of injury or death from potentially hazardous consumers products