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


DECEMBER 5, 2016
VOLUME 45   ISSUE 46

 

PREMIUM CONTENT FROM PRODUCT SAFETY LETTER

Subscriber-Only Story

Zen Magnet's ability pay means a $5.5 million penalty for settling recalled products was reduced to $10,000.


Subscriber-Only Story

Terminate a rulemaking on recreational off-highway vehicles (ROVs), CPSC staff urged commissioners in a November briefing package.


Subscriber-Only Story

Commissioner Ann Marie Buerkle said her negative vote on a best practices guideline was due to CPSC not seeking public input, according to her comments made available November 22.


Subscriber-Only Story

CSPC staff November 30 spoke with an ANSI/CSA working group about cost-benefit analysis of CO sensors in gas appliances.

Subscriber-Only Story

An ASTM F15 task group reaching across various juvenile product classes November 30 raised topics possibly to be addressed on sleep surface breathability.


Subscriber-Only Story

Immigrations and Customs Enforcement (ICE) November 28 said its work with other enforcement agencies globally has led to the seizure of some 15,000 websites that were linked to counterfeiting and other intellectual property violations.


Subscriber-Only Story

Representatives of the Power Tool Institute (PTI) November 28 told commissioners that data suggest newer-model blade protection devices on power saws are working.


Subscriber-Only Story

ASTM November 30 highlighted its recently-created standard on measuring certain metals that can be extracted from synthetic turf infill.


Subscriber-Only Story

An ASTM F15.20 panel December 1 quickly agreed to or dismissed several items relate to their work on the F2670 infant bath tub standard.


Subscriber-Only Story

The Australian Competition & Consumer Commission (ACCC) gave itself "satisfactory" to "very good" ratings on product safety.


Subscriber-Only Story

The International Consumer Product Health and Safety Organization (ICPHSO) met in Brussels 14 to 15 November as part of the European Union's International Product Safety Week.


Subscriber-Only Story

From 14 to 18 November, product safety stakeholders, including regulator representatives from the EU and the member states, the USA, Canada and Australia gathered in Brussels for the sixth International Product Safety Week (IPSW) to discuss international product safety challenges.

Subscriber-Only Story

Health Canada received 437 safety reports on consumer products and cosmetics in the second quarter of 2016, according to data made available November 28.


Subscriber-Only Story

The EC's Scientific Committee on Heath, Environment and Emerging Risks (SCHEER) is seeking comments until May on aluminum migration limits for toys.

Subscriber-Only Story

Briefs on imports, civil penalties, holiday shopping, baby bath seats, carpet cleaning, CPR air valves, and more.

Subscriber-Only Story

Briefs on crib mattresses, helmets, paintball, play equipment, coffee makers, cords/cables, miter saws, and more.


Subscriber-Only Story

Briefs on sunbeds, summer safety, bicycle frames, lamps, bathrobes, and more.