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FEBRUARY 10, 2014
VOLUME 43   ISSUE 6

 

PREMIUM CONTENT FROM PRODUCT SAFETY LETTER

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Comments to CPSC’s draft interpretive rule on voluntary recalls were split with manufacturers and industry groups raising significant concerns and consumer groups being generally supportive.


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The complexity of stroller types and configurations, as well as rate of changes to their technologies, means the products probably will remain an area of strong CPSC attention even after the agency completes its current CPSIA Section 104 switch.


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CPSC’s needs and challenges related to human factors were the topics of a February 4 meeting between some of its human factors staff and visitors seeking to raise awareness of the Human Factors & Ergonomic Society (HFES).


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Clearer definitions, twice the number of respondents, and other clarifications will be the changes to a CPSC survey on table saws.


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A DG Sanco panel is seeking comment by April 16 on a preliminary opinion of the health effects of electromagnetic fields (EMFs).


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Briefs on magnets, strong sensitizers, bicycles, dehumidifiers, girls’ jackets, and more.


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Briefs on amusement rides, clothing storage units, vacuum cleaners, garage equipment, AV carts, LP-gas connectors, fireplace mantles, and more.


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Briefs on portable pools, carbon monoxide, children’s products, luggage straps, sunglasses, steam irons, baby rattles, mattresses, and more.