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JANUARY 29, 2018
VOLUME 47   ISSUE 5

 

PREMIUM CONTENT FROM PRODUCT SAFETY LETTER

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CPSC's four open rulemakings deemed to have "significant economic impact" on small entities are effectively on pause.


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The Office of Product Safety and Standards is the U.K.'s new agency to oversee product hazards and recalls.


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CPSC got three on-topic comments to its proposed update to the notice of requirements related to its phthalates restrictions. The input involved proposed technical adjustments versus broad concerns or opposition.


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Federal Judge Freda Wolfson January 18 signed the consent decree by which Dr. Reddy's will pay $5 million to settle allegations over child-resistant packaging.


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An updated standard by the Window Covering Manufacturer's Association (WCMA) is getting mostly positive framing.


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The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) earlier in January said it will "continue to aggressively investigate" if blood collection tubes made by Becton Dickinson have caused inaccurate lead test results.


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Regulators, industry, and safety advocates all have been taking the online "Tide Pod Challenge" prank seriously enough to notice and respond to it.


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The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) January 17 said it would be looking into restrictions of oxo-plastics and microplastics.


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ProSafe will be assessing personal protection equipment (PPE) used in climbing activities, the organization said earlier in January.


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The European Commission through April 16 is seeking feedback on its Construction Products Regulation (CPR).


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The European Commission gave itself good marks on safety standards in a January 16 report to the European Parliament.


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Consumer Federation of America (CFA) in January has been pushing hard over off-highway vehicles (OHVs).


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The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) January 18 issued a draft recalls guidance.


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Briefs on human subjects, fireworks, receipts, key chains, Murphy beds, rattles, and more.

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Briefs on play equipment steam cookers, dishwashers, rack ovens, toasters, and more.


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Briefs on small business, Brexit, chemical ingredients, dust extractors, PFDs, scales, portable generators, and more.