OCTOBER 31, 2016VOLUME 45 ISSUE 41
PREMIUM CONTENT FROM PRODUCT SAFETY LETTER
Commissioners are slated to vote via ballot by October 31 on a statement of policy to recommend against crib bumpers.
Medical and consumer stakeholders October 26 voiced concern with a CPSC staff assessment of crib bumper incidents.
Numerous standards development organizations (SDOs) have written CPSC to describe their policies to protect transparency and openness.
Many additional comments in CPSC's fireworks docket echoed input from Jakes Fireworks.
An October guidance document from the Vermont Department of Health aims to direct companies through their reporting obligations under the state's chemicals disclosure program.
Health Canada carried out 324 product safety inspections during the year that ended March 31, according to its recently issued report on compliance and enforcement activities.
Subscriber-Only StoryFalls were the top specified cause of European injury deaths, according to a recent EuroSafe review of 2012-2104 data.
Subscriber-Only StoryBriefs on safe sleep, car seat straps, chairs, wood stoves, ride-on vehicles, and more.
Subscriber-Only StoryBriefs on amusement rides, building materials, refrigerators/freezers, safety barriers, and more.
Subscriber-Only StoryBriefs on soccer goals, recovery straps, incident reports, Halloween, baby carriers, chair lifts, chlorinators, and more.