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MAY 1, 2017
VOLUME 46   ISSUE 17

 

PREMIUM CONTENT FROM PRODUCT SAFETY LETTER

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A potential court challenge to CPSC's move to target CO emissions from portable generators is being signaled.


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CPSC members voted 3-2 on party lines April 27 to publish a notice of proposed rulemaking for table saws.


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An ASTM F15.68 panel on baby monitors April 27 decided to move towards incorporating battery provisions from the F963 toy standards.

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CPSC has been informed about pediatric incidents associated with the button batteries sold with flameless candles/tealights, members of the Button Battery Task Force learned April 25.

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CPSC April 25 launched an educational initiative aimed at educating children in grades 3 to 7 about product safety.


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Help in getting companies to understand how product safety means more than regulatory compliance was the top request to CPSC April 25 from representatives of the Promotional Products Association International.


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CPSC members April 24 got input on collecting and analyzing data with eyes to catching product safety trends and minimizing recalls.


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At least keeping tabs on candle-making kits was one of the outcomes of an ASTM F15.45 panel that reviews candle fire incidents.


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The Senate will consider a version of the Regulatory Accountability Act.


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The European Commission opened a public consultation to July 7 on amending the Cosmetics Regulation to ban or restrict the use of four additional chemicals in cosmetic products.


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An April 21 report to the U.K. parliament gave an update on the nation's review of its product safety system.

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Health Canada seeks feedback by June 6 on updating its rules covering playpens.

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On April 6, representatives from industries most affected by counterfeiting (toy, leather, pharmaceuticals and construction) stressed the urgent need for the European Union to adapt to the growth of counterfeit products and put in place better controls and market surveillance.


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Briefs on elevators, government overlap, cleansing products, bicycle stems, booties, and more.

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Briefs on lightning protection, office furnishings, photocontrols, polymeric materials, and more.


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Briefs on SVHCs, toys, caster boards, furniture, speed controllers, and more.