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FEBRUARY 18, 2013
VOLUME 42   ISSUE 7

 

PREMIUM CONTENT FROM PRODUCT SAFETY LETTER

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The European Commission February 13 came out with proposals to update its product safety and market surveillance system.


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Numerous CPSC watchers have expressed concern to PSL about the agency’s February 11 amended complaint against Maxfield & Oberton.


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Members of ASTM’s baby monitor working group February 13 continued work on updates to F2951-12, Standard Consumer Safety Specification for Baby Monitors, with the full working group.


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The European Consumer Consultative Group (ECCG) February 7 adopted an opinion that industries which have the freedom to self-regulate also should have an obligation to provide the highest levels of protection that are economically possible and otherwise feasible.


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EU officials discussed a number of issues surrounding Europe's product safety challenges, according to meeting minutes made available February 8.


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Kids in Danger (KID) February 13 outlined five recommendations for CPSC action to increase the safety of children’s products.


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Briefs on regulations, phthalates, magnets, NEISS, carbon monoxide, toys, flame retardants, strollers, snowmobiles, ovens, crossbows, travel adaptors, stuffed animals, and more.


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Briefs on appliance controls, AV equipment, battery powered appliances, circuit breakers, electrical controls, furniture power distribution, heating pads, IT equipment, LEDs, lighting systems, luminaires, power units, rubber fittings, sprinklers, and more.


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Briefs on baby walkers, lead, surveillance, mugs, rattles, car seats, tea set, bikes, and more.