I meant if the supplier should put pre-existing warnings that should match what regulators in our country require. Like if certain toys have items less than a certain diameter that could cause a baby to choke. Is it our job to understand all the warnings that go on a label or the manufacturer? I hope that makes sense
It is your job. I had to make one manufacture print a warning label on a container with a very sharp object, there normal package did not have it on it. Another manufacture actually said we did not need a suffocation label on a plastic bag with a 6.5 inch opening. Check Amazon, they do give you some requirements.
BTW, I would also be sure to have a pre-shipment inspection done before your shipment leaves China. When my recent inspection was done, I realized upon seeing photos that either my agent or the supplier had disregarded my instructions to meet and test for Amazon’s packing requirements for glass. This happened on the cusp of CNY, so I ended up losing two months, but had I not caught the error, Amazon could have ended up destroying my $7000 shipment.
It is always your responsibility to make sure that all Amazon requirements are met. You can arrange for your manufacturer to do some or all of it, but a lot can be lost in translation. You have to be super specific as to what you want done and how you want it done. described above, there are significant things that can go wrong if you have no buffer between the factory and Amazon