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APRIL 30, 2018
VOLUME 47   ISSUE 17

 

PREMIUM CONTENT FROM PRODUCT SAFETY LETTER

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CPSC members April 23 voted 4-0 by ballot to appoint administrative law judge (ALJ) Cameron Elliot to oversee the Britax recall suit.


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CPSC's May 2 commission meeting on its midyear review and operating plan updates will include a recommendation to increase money directed at pool safety and at salaries.


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Public events during the second day of the May 3-4 North American Consumer Product Safety Summit will include a session on e-commerce.


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Commissioners April 20 voted 4-0 to correct CSPC's recent update to its enforcement policy on labeling of methylene chloride (also known as dichloromethane or DCM).

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CPSC staffers last month provided compliance data to members of the mattress industry.


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CPSC earlier this year wrote to companies involved in selling hoverboards about their duties.


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The U.K. Office of Product Safety and Standards (OPSS) April 24 gave overviews of 20 enforcement actions that fell under its purview as well as explanations of both its general regulatory approach and strategies for particular areas.


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Separate European Commission proposals would target artificial intelligence (AI) and nanomaterials, including safe use in products.


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The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) April 25 said that it has processed some 6.5 million classification and labeling notifications for more than 135,000 substances.


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Some 82% of hazardous chemical mixtures sold on the internet – nearly all available to consumers – lacked warnings under EU requirements, the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) said April 23.


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Product safety is one area targeted in proposed EU whistleblower protections announced April 23.


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The European consumer group ANEC in April urged action in three areas affecting product safety.

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The California Department of Toxic Substances Control (DTSC) earlier this month secured a $1.6 million penalty against Luxy Accessories.


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Briefs on human subjects, liquid nicotine, ceiling fans, hardhats, and more.


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Briefs on conveyor toasters, non-powder guns, rack ovens, railway rides, and more.


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Briefs on textiles, tools, retailers, PPE, battery chargers, coffee cups, and more.