Consumer Protection Programs

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The Consumer Protection Division oversees producers of consumer health goods and service providers to ensure public safety. Areas of oversight and an alphabetical listing of our programs are below.

CPD Transitioning Programs page for information about programs that have transitioned to the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation, the Texas Medical Board and the Health and Human Services Commission.


Abusable Volatile Chemicals Program
Asbestos Hazard Emergency Response Act Program
Asbestos Program


Bloodborne Pathogen Control


Certificates of Free Sale
Certified Food Manager Program
Chemicals, Abusable Volatile (AVC)  
Controlled Substance Scheduling
Cottage Food Production  


Device Distributors and Manufacturers
Device Salvage Brokers and Establishments
Dietary Supplements
Drug Manufacturers and Distributors


Emergency Medical Care Facilities, Freestanding
EMS Provider Licensing
EMS -Trauma Systems  
Environmental Hazards Programs
Ephedrine and Pseudoephedrine, Retail Certificate of Authority


Farmer's Markets
Field Sanitation
First Responder Organization Registration
Food Alerts and Recalls
Food Establishments Unit
Food Establishments, Mobile
Food Establishments, Retail
Food Establishments, Temporary
Food Handler Program
Food Manager Program, Certified
Food Manufacturers
Food Production, Cottage
Food Vendors, Roadside
Foods Unit
Foods Labeling


Hazard Communication Worker Right-to-Know Program
Hazardous Products Manufacturing  


Industrial Radiographers


Laser and Laser Device Services
Lead Program, Environmental

If you don't see the program you are looking for listed above, please visit the Consumer Protection Division Transition page.

Last updated March 22, 2021