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MARCH 28, 2016
VOLUME 45   ISSUE 13

 

PREMIUM CONTENT FROM PRODUCT SAFETY LETTER

Product Safety Letter will not have an April 4, 2016, edition due to its schedule of 48 issues per year. The next issue, Vol. 45, No. 1, will be dated April 11, 2016.


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Gree will pay a record – and maximum – civil penalty of $15.45 million in a CPSC settlement accepted by commissioners 4-1.


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An April 6 deadline for a civil penalty recommendation is among the outcomes of a recall order from a Denver federal judge for Zen Magnets.


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Representatives of industries in the crumb-rubber supply chain March 22 expressed willingness to cooperate in the recently launched review of the material.


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CPSC should work with organizations for older adults to develop guidelines on senior-friendly packaging.


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Trends in recall effectiveness are difficult to establish due to data deficiencies, but 2014 might have seen a slight improvement, Kids in Danger (KID) wrote March 21.


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The roughly 87,400 pediatric poisoning injuries in 2014 do not represent a significant change over recent years, according to a CPSC review of NEISS estimates.


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Understanding ASTM ad hoc labeling recommendations arose at a March 23 session by an F15.18 working group on changing tables.


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CPSC underestimates the information-collection burden of its walk-behind mower rule, the Outdoor Power Equipment Institute (OPEI) wrote.


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Household chemicals are a significant reason for calls to Australian poison centers across all ages, according to a March 23 report from the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC).


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Australia March 19 began a two-month interim importing ban that targets hoverboards.


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The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) March 22 said it expects that member states will review 39 substances in 2016.


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The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) March 23 released a report on an approach it "said will form a cornerstone in the future guidance development on hazard assessment for nanoforms."


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A 35-page brochure made available March 18 by the European Commission gives an overview of toy safety rules.


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Briefs on retrospective review, garage doors, laminate flooring children's sleepwear, architectural glazing, generators, indoor air, and more.

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Briefs on candles, hockey masks, mouth protectors, smoke tests, wall/ceiling material, and more.


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Briefs on QSAR, EC Committees, biocides, bicycle hubs, bicycle quick releases, decorations, kettles, lamps, portable stoves, and more.