SUBSCRIBE   |   MY ACCOUNT   |   VIEW SHOPPING CART   |   Log In      
   CURRENT ISSUE   |   PAST ISSUES   |   WEBINARS   |   SEARCH   |   SPONSORSHIPS   


NOVEMBER 9, 2015
VOLUME 44   ISSUE 42

 

PREMIUM CONTENT FROM PRODUCT SAFETY LETTER

Subscriber-Only Story

The Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association (JPMA) November 3 told CPSC members of worry that agency staffers use their Section 104 leverage in a way that harms the voluntary standards process.


Subscriber-Only Story

Two CPSC contractor reports made available November 3 address the presence of numerous phthalates in various materials and products.


Subscriber-Only Story

A coalition of organizations led by the American Home Furnishings Alliance (AHFA) October 30 petitioned CPSC to adopt upholstered furniture flammability performance requirements and test methods in California's TB-117-2013.


Subscriber-Only Story

General consumer goods were the subject of 306 out of 596 recalls administered by the Australian Competition & Consumer Commission (ACCC) during its 2014-2015 financial year.

Subscriber-Only Story

At least two chapters of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TTP) treaty made available November 5 by the U.S. Trade Representative would affect product safety.


Subscriber-Only Story

A UL 1370 task group developing a new standard for portable liquid and gel fuel fired products November 5 focused much of its discussion on definitions and scope.


Subscriber-Only Story

Health Canada received 854 incident reports involving consumer products during the first half of 2015, according to two reports made available at the end of October.


Subscriber-Only Story

A nine-area strategy announced by the EU in late October to "boost" the single market addresses delivery of products and services.


Subscriber-Only Story

The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) has a proposal to update the Community rolling action plan (CoRAP) for 2016 to 2018.


Subscriber-Only Story

U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) November 2 said it seized four shipments of toys for lead violations that came into San Juan, P.R.


Subscriber-Only Story

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) October 27 said it achieved 75 settlements involving lead paint during fiscal 2015.


Subscriber-Only Story

Briefs on highchairs, CPSC costs, New Jersey, air conditioners, curling irons, golf carts, window coverings, and more.


Subscriber-Only Story

Briefs on art material, building material, paintball, vacuum cleaners, building systems, equestrian headgear, fire hose, and more.


Subscriber-Only Story

Briefs on radon, scalds, waste paint, barbecues, lanyards, luggage straps, sunglasses, water bottles, amplifiers, and more.