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MAY 14, 2018
VOLUME 47   ISSUE 19

 

PREMIUM CONTENT FROM PRODUCT SAFETY LETTER

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CPSC had 18 active rulemaking projects on its spring regulatory agenda.


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Clear, unaddressed safety concerns and continental lack of formal attention are the low-hanging fruit for joint action by North American product safety agencies.


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Expect CPSC's recall suit against Britax to last well past mid-2019 absent a settlement.


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Commissioners' ballot votes were due as PSL went to press on an updated Federal Register notice on plans for a playground surfacing survey.

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Five advocacy groups in late April asked CPSC members to block U.S. sales of products known as toothpick crossbows.


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The International Electrical Commission (IEC), in the coming weeks, is likely to be seeking votes on proposed pictogram updates to the 60086-4 standard on lithium battery safety.

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Members of an ASTM F15.45 task group on candle incident data May 8 took initial steps on a project on how to use a set of spreadsheets with years of such data.


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Health Canada has imposed new lead and cadmium limits for certain products, effective November 2.


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Concern about changing markets and technologies was in the background of two May 7 evaluation reports from DG Growth.


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The European Commission May 3 issued a compliance guide on updates to the directive (2016/425) on personal protective equipment (PPE).


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ANEC in early May provided its positions on European standardization and on monomers in toys.


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A recent report from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) identified three categories of policy challenges from the Internet of Things (IoT).

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U.S. Public Interest Research Group (PIRG) May 4 praised European actions on Claire's children's makeup allegedly containing asbestos.


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Consumers International May 7 offered five suggestions for improving product safety globally.


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CPSC reportedly is automating communications on 6(b) matters.


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Consumers Union May 8 sent a letter to the Senate Commerce Committee urging a jurisdictional split on drones between CPSC and the Federal Aviation Administration.


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Briefs on car seats, NEISS, electrical injuries, fire sprinklers, bath toys, bicycle cranks, coffee cans, and more.


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Briefs on inflatable rides, air conditioners, coolers, EM filters, fire alarms, fuses, and more.


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Briefs on ISO, EU projects, electrical components, overalls, pressure washers, whiteboards, and more.