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JUNE 5, 2017
VOLUME 46   ISSUE 22

 

PREMIUM CONTENT FROM PRODUCT SAFETY LETTER

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CPSC members voted 3-2 to start a Section 104 rulemaking not only for supplemental and aftermarket mattresses for play yards and portable cribs, but also for cribs generally.


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CPSC should grant a 2016 petition that sought amendments to a 1980s interpretation and enforcement policy on methylene chloride in household products like paint stripper, according to a May 26 briefing package.


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Commissioners are slated to vote by June 6 on suggestions for the midyear update to the FY2017 operating plan.

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CPCS July 26 would hold a hearing on its FY2018 and FY2019 agenda and priorities under a draft Federal Register notice. Commissioners are scheduled to vote on publishing it by June 6.


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Commissioner Robert Adler May 30 explained why he voted earlier in the month against an amendment to increase CPSC's request for funding.


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A CPSC recall effectiveness workshop would be scheduled for July 25 under a proposed announcement.


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CPSC is set to collect comments through the early fall on reducing regulatory burdens.


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Health Canada May 26 said it will be reviewing a test discrepancy that led it to issue a "recall cancellation" for necklaces by Ardene.


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About 54% of recalled Infinity electrical wiring has received attention, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) said May 29.


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The transitional period for the new Radio Equipment Directive (2014/53/EU) (RED) will end on 13 June.

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The European Commission 29 May announced the results of its review of consumer law under the Regulatory Fitness and Performance (REFIT) programme.


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CPSC's Small Business Ombudsman office June 15 will hold a webinar on cloth diapers.


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The Center for Environmental Health May 25 said it has created a pledge by which organizations promise to avoid office furniture with certain chemicals, including flame retardants.


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Briefs on small parts, clamp meters, lawnmowers, robes, and more.


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Briefs on roller hockey, cybersecurity, ferrules, fire doors, floor treatment, food prep, and more.


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Briefs on REACH, biocides, ceiling fans, cribs, meter boxes, pendant lights, and more.