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JUNE 29, 2015
VOLUME 44   ISSUE 25

 

PREMIUM CONTENT FROM PRODUCT SAFETY LETTER

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There were a few items discussed at CPSC’s June 24 priorities hearing that have received little attention, but most of the topics have gotten much attention in recent years.


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CPSC’s June 24 hearing on its use of data revealed the gap between where commissioners would like to be and where the agency is.


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Comment by August 7 on CPSC’s recent report that looked at phthalates biomonitoring data more recent than used by the chronic hazard advisory panel (CHAP).


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The more-than 300 comments received by CSPC in its lasted comment period on recreational off-road vehicles (ROVs) mostly came from individuals delivering short messages in support or opposition to its pending rulemaking.


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EPA seeks feedback by August 18 on using ToxCast tools for testing chemicals for potential to disrupt hormone function.


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The CANENA 61C technical committee June 25 continued work on requirements for household refrigerators and freezers.


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ASTM F15.16 subgroups on infant gates June 22 discussed cyclical hardware and slat strength testing for baby gates.


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Health Canada June 19 celebrated the fourth anniversary of the effective date (6/20/11) of the Canada Consumer Product Safety Act.


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Health Canada and Environment Canada June 22 reported completing assessments on some 2,700 substances under its Chemicals Management plan.


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There is disparity in Australian parent’s awareness of which items can be anchored to help mitigate tipover risks to children, according to a survey report made available June 24 by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC).


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S. 1607, introduced June 18 by Sen. Rob Portman (R-Ohio) targets analysis of pending regulations by independent agencies.


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Four companies will remove liquid nicotine not in child-resistant containers from stores in New York State.


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Briefs on TSCA reform, balance of power, consumer drones, liquid/gel fuel fireplaces, 3D printing, smart firefighting, aquarium heaters, bicycle forks, blower/vacuums, stools, and more.


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Briefs on building material, burning characteristics, fire terminology, infant swings, cables, fire protection, microwave ovens, ranges, and more.


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Briefs on REACH 2018, reproductive toxicity, asbestos, bean bag chairs, bicycle forks, car seats, lamps, Roman shades, bedding, and more.