SUBSCRIBE   |   MY ACCOUNT   |   VIEW SHOPPING CART   |   Log In      
   CURRENT ISSUE   |   PAST ISSUES   |   WEBINARS   |   SEARCH   |   SPONSORSHIPS   


JULY 1, 2013
VOLUME 42   ISSUE 26

 

PREMIUM CONTENT FROM PRODUCT SAFETY LETTER

Subscriber-Only Story

The Senate by unanimous consent June 27 confirmed Ann Marie Buerkle and Marietta Robinson as CPSC commissioners.


Subscriber-Only Story

Members of the Express Association of America June 20 told CPSC staff why they believe certificates of compliance in the proposed 1110 rule would negatively affect their industry.


Subscriber-Only Story

CPSC Chairman Inez Tenenbaum June 21 shared CPSC achievements and discussed the future of child products safety during at panel at Safe Kids Worldwide’s 2013 Conference in National Harbor, Md.


Subscriber-Only Story

The ASTM Suction Limited Flow Systems Task Group June 20 continued talks about potential skin surrogates for use in future testing.


Subscriber-Only Story

Commissioner Robert Adler June 24 heard concerns about CPSC’s progress on flammability standards from the Center for Environmental Health (CEH).


Subscriber-Only Story

Members of the UL 987 Table Saw working group debated appropriate number of test speeds, test procedures and scope of standard during a June 21 teleconference.


Subscriber-Only Story

CPSC in late June made available the details of its $3.9 million agreement with Ross.


Subscriber-Only Story

Each year, the Directorate General for Competition Policy, Consumer Affairs and Fraud Control (DGCCRF) publishes its National Orientation Directive (NOD), which is based on its results of its previous year.


Subscriber-Only Story

The European Parliament has announced that it has, on June 5, reached an agreement with the European Council in relation to the revision of eight product safety directives.


Subscriber-Only Story

Health Canada June 26 made available its Industry guide to Children’s Jewellery for compliance with the Canada Consumer Product Safety Act (CCPSA).


Subscriber-Only Story

Health Canada June 21 promoted its first mandatory recall under the Canada Consumer Product Safety Act (CCPSA).


Subscriber-Only Story

CPSC Chairman Inez Tenenbaum June 26 began the 2013 fireworks safety press conference on the National Mall by citing statistics from the agency’s annual report on deaths and injuries involving legal and illegal fireworks.


Subscriber-Only Story

Briefs on firearms, upholstered furniture, lead, walkers/swings, CPSC agenda & priorities, infant recliners, intellectual property, chandeliers, fragrance diffusers, batteries, lights, and more.


Subscriber-Only Story

Briefs on bike helmets, swinging doors, trampolines, building material, smoke generation, electrostatic air cleaners, fire hoses, massage and exercise machines, and more.


Subscriber-Only Story

Briefs on consumer education, soccer goals, mandatory reporting, ISO, blinds, squeeze toys, swimwear, strollers, and more.