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MARCH 3, 2014
VOLUME 43   ISSUE 9

 

PREMIUM CONTENT FROM PRODUCT SAFETY LETTER

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Acting CPSC Chairman Bob Adler and Commissioners Ann Marie Buerkle and Marietta Robinson all were in attendance at the February 27 CPSC day of the annual meeting of the International Consumer Product Health and Safety Organization.


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Members of the ASTM add-on changing table task group February 24 tightened language in the standard to more closely resemble what they have witnessed in the real world.


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The Department of Justice (DOJ) February 24 said it has filed suit to stop four California companies and six individuals from importing toys.


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The European Parliament adopted, on 5 February 2014, a Commission proposal to introduce clearer and more coherent rules across the following industry sectors.


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The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) February 26 gave four recommendations for companies to improve their registrations.


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European nations reported a record number of problematic products in 2013, with DG Sanco validating 3.7% more RAPEX reports than in 2012.


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The European Commission validated a total of 2,147 RAPEX reactions in 2013, making that year one of the most active yet for the EU’s notification system for dangerous products.


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Briefs on soft infant carriers, HIPAA, MECAP, lead exemptions, magnets, 6(b), testing burdens, and more.


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Briefs on tents, turf playfields, water slides, art materials, child carriers, hockey helmets, ovens, sleeping bags, sling carriers, and more.


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Briefs on lights, toys, OHVs, gloves, children’s clothes, inline skates, cords, blankets, and more.