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JULY 2, 2018
VOLUME 47   ISSUE 25

 

PREMIUM CONTENT FROM PRODUCT SAFETY LETTER

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The Senate Commerce Committee July 27, by voice vote, forwarded the nomination of Peter Feldman to join CPSC.


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CPSC might get $2.55 million more in FY2019 than sought earlier this year.


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CPSC and its EU and Chinese counterparts June 25 said they were committing to having web portals aimed at improving the safety of products sold online.


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CPSC's Regulatory Robot soon will get enhancements.


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Overloaded report compositions were the top fireworks violation found by CPSC during FY2017.

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CPSC's Inspector General office June 15 reiterated concerns about progress in meeting information security requirements.


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Discussion June 26 by an ASTM F15.17 task group on baby boxes included what to do about lids and recommendations on where to place the products.


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Members of an ASTM F15.16 panel June 25 had initial discussions about potentially updating requirements in the F3317 standard for infant floor seats.


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The June 25 Product Safety Pledge between the EC and four online sales platforms has two "key performance measures."


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Health Canada June 26 made available enforcement summaries involving four areas.


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The European Chemicals Agency (ECHA) June 25 reported plans for compliance checks of internet sales of chemicals.


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The Australian Competition & Consumer Commission (ACCC) June 25 began a consumer awareness campaign aimed at tipping furniture.


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The European Parliament June 12 adopted new aviation safety rules to provide clearer and more consistent laws for the use of unmanned aircraft, or drones, in European airspace.


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In line with its aim to "become a leader in the AI revolution," the European Commission recently appointed 52 experts from a range of disciplines to a High-Level Expert Group on Artificial Intelligence (AI HLG).


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Consumer groups in June sought actions to address concerns in two areas: the risks associated with inclined sleep products and recalls of dressers linked to tipping incidents.


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Briefs on recall effectiveness, booster seats, smoke/CO alarms, changing tables, high chairs, activity centers, engineered wood, human subjects, lead, play, spray foam, and more.


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Briefs on bath seats, playground surfaces, tents, amusement rides, hook-on chairs, infant floor seats, pool/spa drains.


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Briefs on RAPEX, ATVs, lens cleaner, portable cribs, rifles, teethers, diving regulators, jogging strollers, and more.