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MARCH 7, 2016
VOLUME 45   ISSUE 10

 

PREMIUM CONTENT FROM PRODUCT SAFETY LETTER

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The speeds with which CPSC members would vote on corrective action plans (CAPs) involving deaths could be affected by the recalls' details.


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CPSC Chairman Elliot Kaye March 2 told an ICPHSO audience in Washington D.C. that the agency is looking at the possibility of doing more to inform the public when it refers cases to for handling by the Department of Justice.


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Concern about increased penalties and need to understand their primary cause – section 15(b) reporting deficiencies – got repeated attention both inside and outside sessions during ICHPSO's Washington D.C. conference.


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Whether companies should have a right to explicitly deny that defects exist when making Section 15(b) reports was among numerous issues on which Commissioners Ann Marie Buerkle and Marietta Robinson took opposing sides March 2.


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Performance handling tests involving single-driver ATVs are likely to be completed in March, CSPC staff wrote in a progress report made available February 25.


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The promise of window covering designs to mitigate strangulation incidents was promoted at a joint press event by CPSC and Health Canada in Washington, D.C.


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The U.K. government responses to a February report containing recalls recommendations suggest significant changes in the foreseeable future are unlikely.


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The European Commission's new online dispute resolution (ODR) platform is a user-friendly system to settle disagreements about goods and services bought online via alternative dispute resolution (ADR) bodies.


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The effectiveness of companies' recall actions are among items mentioned in the just-available 2016 ACCC Compliance and Enforcement Policy.


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Send comments by April 11 on a review of mandatory bunk bed requirements by the Australian Competition & Consumer Commission.


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Briefs on car seats, hook-on chairs, architectural glazing, FoIA logs, CPSC projects, upholstered furniture, GCCs, and more.

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Briefs on amusement rides, fire standards, play equipment, pole vaults, coffee makers, control panels, current taps, heaters, and more.


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Briefs on consumers, sunbeds, better regulation, toys, beanbag chairs, hair dryers, massagers, mowers, aquarium filters, bubble kits, and more.