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JANUARY 30, 2017
VOLUME 46   ISSUE 5

 

PREMIUM CONTENT FROM PRODUCT SAFETY LETTER

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CPSC decision makers maintain that the agency is exempt from the January 23 White House directive that rulemaking be frozen.


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CPSC members' 5-0 vote to elect Commissioner Ann Marie Buerkle as vice chairman was a move to acknowledge the eventual transition to a Republican chairman.


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CPSC has expanded its social media presence to include the popular sites Facebook and Instagram.

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CPSC Chairman Elliot Kaye January 19 urged the Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA) to keep open the possibility of pulling out of the current window covering standards process.


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CPSC staff January 26 said data submissions in last year's e-filing pilot occurred for products coming into 15 ports of entry and from 12 countries of origin.


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CPSC will not terminate its ROV rulemaking following a party-line 2-3 vote against the recommendation from agency staff to do so.


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CPSC will move forward with its rulemaking to update its fireworks regulations.


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CPSC staffers are recommending a table saw performance requirement addressing blade contact.


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CPSC Chairman Elliot Kaye January 24 praised Samsung's recall of the Note7 phones as uniquely effective: 97% response.


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Baby City will pay NZ$39,000 related to allegedly selling violative cribs, the New Zealand Commerce Commission said January 20.

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Appliance registration is vital for product safety, the head of the U.K. Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy said January 19.


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The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) January 24 urged attention to its new guidance on information requirements especially updates related to non-animal tests.


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The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) January 25 said it has shortlisted 162 chemicals for additional review.


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Briefs on generators, ATVs, mattresses, clothing, lead, regulations, artificial turf, PFAS, and more.


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Briefs on dishwashers, dough dividers, fire gasses, skis, appliance wiring, GFCIs, hedge trimmers, water pumps, and more.


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Briefs on briefs on bottle warmers, bath robes, battery packs, beach chairs, bicycle brakes, magnetic games, toys, and more.