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JUNE 18, 2018
VOLUME 47   ISSUE 24

 

PREMIUM CONTENT FROM PRODUCT SAFETY LETTER

Product Safety Letter will not have a June 25, 2018, edition due to its schedule of 48 issues per year. The next issue will be Vol. 47, No. 25. It will be dated July 2, 2018.


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CPSC nominee Peter Feldman will get his hearing before the Senate Commerce Committee June 20.


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A Colorado U.S. District Court judge June 11 used commissioners' statements to vacate CPSC's decision to set aside an administrative law judge's ruling on Zen Magnets.


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CPSC in recent months added three standards activities for which staffers received authority to vote or lead the relevant committees.


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Administrative Law Judge Cameron Elliot June 5 granted a motion to extend the time to file motions to compel discovery in the Britax recall case.


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CPSC's Office of the Inspector General June 7 made 12 recommendations in response to finding that the agency is deficient in its ability to protect staff, property and visitors in an emergency.


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CPSC June 12 posted safety tips to its social media feed regarding flame throwing devices.


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The EC June 7 said its long-term budget forecast for consumer programs targets spending €4 billion (US$4.65 billion) during 2021-2027.


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Four recent announcements from the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) likely will affect consumer product safety.


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Briefs on chemical labeling, high chairs, activity centers, changing tables, regulatory agenda, and more.


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Briefs on floor seats, amusement rides, vacuum cleaners, appliance couplers, conduit, hedge trimmers, and more.


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Briefs on appliances, vaping, UK awards, sunglasses, vehicle sraps, flashlights, and more.