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JULY 23, 2018
VOLUME 47   ISSUE 28

 

PREMIUM CONTENT FROM PRODUCT SAFETY LETTER

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Product Safety Letter will not have a July 30, 2018, edition due to its schedule of 48 issues per year. The next issue will be Vol. 47, No. 29. It will be dated August 6, 2018.


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The House July 13 passed HR 50 by a vote of 230-168.


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Administrative law judge (ALJ) Cameron Elliot rejected a motion to stay CPSC's Britax recall case.


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The shipping technique of compressing and rolling mattress to fit them into boxes likely will be reviewed by an ASTM F15.66 working group on crib mattresses.


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An ASTM F15.20 panel July 18 discussed the challenge of test equipment potentially skewing results.


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CPSC staffers July 18 wrote to the commission of their plans to review the compliance of adult portable bed rails with ASTM requirements.


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CPSC July 16 urged input in an open comment period on recall effectiveness.


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The U.K. should create cooperative arrangements with EU product safety regulators, according to a July 12 U.K. government report on Brexit options.


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The Australian consumer group Choice July 16 said that mattress issues were the main problem it found in test failures of portable cribs.


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Briefs on garage door openers, smoke alarms, upholstered furniture, mirrors, and more.


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Briefs on aerial adventures, declarable substances, 5-gallon buckets, bath bars, drawstrings, and more.


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Briefs on nanomaterials, scientific uncertainty, bicycles, infant tubs, lifejackets, and more.