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JUNE 16, 2014
VOLUME 43   ISSUE 24

 

PREMIUM CONTENT FROM PRODUCT SAFETY LETTER

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CPSC Acting Chairman Robert Adler June 11 answered only nominal questions at his renomination hearing, most substantively on testing burden reduction.


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Representatives of the Toy Industry Association (TIA) June 10 sought information about satisfying CPSC needs related to reducing testing burdens stemming from the CPSIA.


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The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) June 9 suggested CPSC might be able to use its “collaboratives” process on certain issues.


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An ASTM working group on highchairs June 5 proposed revising the F404 high chairs standard to include a stability index in lieu of a rearward stability performance requirement.


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The Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association (JPMA) June 4 sought advice of Commissioner Ann Marie Buerkle’s staff on how best to present data to the commission for determinations aimed at reducing third-party testing burdens.


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ASTM’s F 15.45 candle products subcommittee June 6 discussed home candle fire data, the definitions of freestanding candle, coating, paint, candle/potpourri burners, and visible emissions testing during a meeting in Louisville, Ken.


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Health Canada’s Consumer Product Safety Directorate June 10 sought participation in a test of the Canada.ca website.

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Briefs on compliance programs, CPSC services, fire retardants, bicycles, boilers, doorknobs.


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Briefs on fitness equipment, trampolines, fire tests, water slides, conduit and fittings, cooking appliances, current sensors, electric heaters, food preparation machines, and more.


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Briefs on biocides, ECHA, harness, bikes, phones, water shoes, air compressors, swim vest.