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MARCH 18, 2013
VOLUME 42   ISSUE 11

 

PREMIUM CONTENT FROM PRODUCT SAFETY LETTER

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The Government Accountability Office (GOA) March 11 gave three overarching recommendations to improve CPSC’s saferproducts.gov.


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Commissioners’ comments on the recent Kolcraft settlement show a desire by the Democratic members of the panel to reach beyond monetary penalties into getting companies to add more changes to compliance policies.


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Targeting by CPSC and Customs and Border Protection (CBP) staff led to the seizure of products for violating counterfeiting and air quality laws.


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CPSC March 11 indicated it is working with a contractor to develop a system to allow people to electronically track the status of Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests.


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Commissioner Adler March 14 participated on Consumer Federation of America’s (CFA) “Does Cost-Benefit Analysis Promote or Impede Sensible Regulation?”


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The European Commission’s committee on the General Product Safety Directive (GPSD) met in February in Brussels Belgium, discussing the following issues.


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The European Commission’s Consumer Safety Network (CSN) in February met with member states in Brussels, discussing the following issues.


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Briefs on lead paint, testing labs, sensitizers, CPSIA database, CPSC policy, activity walkers, air rifles, diving masks, fireplaces, garlic slicers, shoes, and more.


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Briefs on amusement rides, baby monitors, fire tests, AV equipment, cover plates, polymeric materials, power cables, scaffold hoists, solar panels, temperature sensors.


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Briefs on animal testing, lanterns, pajamas, pans, walkers, blenders, dryers, grills, and more.