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SEPTEMBER 14, 2015
VOLUME 44   ISSUE 34

 

PREMIUM CONTENT FROM PRODUCT SAFETY LETTER

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CPSC staff in late August updated the guidance document on the upcoming pilot project for e-filing certificate information.


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Phil&teds' sworn representation that it cannot pay more than $200,000 and stay in business led CPSC September 8 to suspend all but that amount in a $3.5 million reporting settlement.


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The ASTM F15.18 task group on bassinet stability September 8 discussed initial test results, incident data, and next steps during a conference call.


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ASTM’s pool/spa gravity flow task group September 3 discussed an updated Biomimetic Body Blocking Element (BBBE) and actuator schematics during a webcast.


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ASTM and the American Cleaning Institute (ACI) September 4 both lauded the progress towards a voluntary standard to help mitigate child poisoning incidents with laundry packets.


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Consumer Federation of America (CFA), for the Labor Day Weekend, said it had documented 357 deaths involving off-highway vehicles (OHVs) in 2015 through August 31.


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The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) September 7 offered REACH advice to companies that use chemicals in ways not covered by their suppliers’ exposure scenarios.


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New Zealand Building and Housing Minister Nick Smith September 9 announced a proposal to changes that nation’s requirements for putting up fences around pools, spas and hot tubs.


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The EU in August processed 142 RAPEX notices, putting the year-to-date total at 1,279.


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There were 193 reactions sent to the EU in August from participating nations regarding others’ RAPEX notices.


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Safe Kids California is launching an effort to educate consumers about recalls.


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The Vermont Legislative Committee on Administrative Rules (LCAR) was scheduled September 10, as PSL went to press, to review the state’s Chemicals of High Concern in Children’s Products Rule.


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Briefs on toys, Washington CSPA, smoke alarms, blenders, chairs/stools, water dispensers, touchless faucets, fishing games, children’s hoodies, kiteboard controls, lights, lightbulbs, and more.


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Briefs on adventure courses, fire barriers, steam cookers, fire tests, ovens, building material, skis, and more.


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Briefs on EU science panels, endocrine disrupters, mountain bicycles, dining chairs, pens, blenders, lights, battery packs, fire blankets, robes, sandals, and more.