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SEPTEMBER 17, 2012
VOLUME 41   ISSUE 37

 

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The United States and the European Union until October 31 seek feedback on streamlining differences between regulations in the two economies.


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A September 5 advisory opinion from the CSPC general counsel’s office did not give a single answer to whether products made using recycled tires are children’s products as defined by the CPSIA.


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Chairman Inez Tenenbaum and Commissioner Robert Adler September 12 said their Republican counterparts seek “relitigation” of recent commission votes.


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ASTM’s sling carrier task group September 7 discussed language and warning pictogram changes to F2907 labeling.


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CPSC staff and other members of the UL table saw safety working group September 12 discussed a draft of a proposal to add “active injury mitigation system” language to UL 987, Standard for Stationary and Fixed Electric Tools.


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A working group with the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) technical committee 181 September 11 revealed progress towards the development of global age grading guidelines for toys.


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CPSC September 13 announced four winners of the second annual Chairman’s Commendation Award.


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Briefs on safe sleep, pools/spas, bouncers/jumpers, office chairs, toy cars, saefty signs, bicycles, third-party testing, candles, window coverings, candles.


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Briefs on go-karts, food equipment, building material, cords and cables, air ducts, fuses, adapters, kitchen appliances, transformers, mounts, irons, compressors, hedge trimmers, polymeric material, EV supply circuits, cables.


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Briefs on mobility scooters, chemicals, Machinery Directive, baby seats, refrigerators/freezers, sandals, lawn mowers, welders, costumes, dolls, lighters, jewelry.