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JUNE 20, 2022
VOLUME 51   ISSUE 24

 

PREMIUM CONTENT FROM PRODUCT SAFETY LETTER

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Mary Boyle's nomination to become a CPSC commissioner moved closer to a final Senate decision with a 49-47-4 vote June 16 to end debate.


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Commissioners voted 3-0-1 June 14 to issue a direct final rule to update rules on infant bath seats at 16 CFR 1234.


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Comment to CPSC by June 30 on whether there are safety improvements in revisions to ASTM F2549 on child frame carriers.


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Concerns about false failures using a CPSC-mandated test for crib mattress firmness was the focus of June 15 discussion by an ASTM F15.66 task group.


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CPSC staff June 10 called on the ASTM F15.70 subcommittee to address two concerns related to adult portable bedrails.


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Comment by August 20 on Health Canada's proposed changes to carriage and stroller regulations.


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A stakeholder group looking at indoor air issues involving gas appliances June 14 heard updates by its three working groups.


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Recent interaction between tipover legislation and ASTM work on clothing storage units (CSUs) was a topic of discussion June 14 between Parents Against Tipovers and the office of Commissioner Dana Baiocco.


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Commissioner Richard Trumka June 14 referred to 6(b) information-disclosure restriction as a "gag rule" in his comments on CPSC's warnings about deaths associated with two companies' infant rockers.


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Briefs on ROVs/UTVs, chemical, skin sensitizers, and Amazon plus the regular charts on recalls/corrections, standards activities, and CPSC meetings.