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APRIL 11, 2011
VOLUME 41   ISSUE 16

 

PREMIUM CONTENT FROM PRODUCT SAFETY LETTER

CSPC knows of 17 deaths an estimated 181,500 injuries involving youth under age 15, occurring in 2010 and associated with toys, according to its report made available November 16.


In future years, CPSC might look at how its rulemakings affect death and injury data of certain consumer products, according to a November 15 agency report.


Commissioners were set to vote as PSL went to press on whether to defer a bunk bed petition for an additional six months, as staff recommends.


Commissioner Nancy Nord November 8 issued a rebuttal and criticism of Commissioner Robert Adler’s recent comments that reproposing the testing and certification rules was unnecessary.


CPSC November 8 said it has made two changes related to online reporting. The first involves Section 15 duties.


CPSC’s ability to address licensors’ concerns with the CPSIA database mostly is limited by resources, representatives of the Society of Product Licensors Committed to Excellence (SPLiCE) heard November 9.