CPSC Commissioners hear stakeholder presentations concerning the Commission’s agenda and priorities for fiscal years 2015 and 2016.
Briefing Package: Public Hearing on Commission Agenda and Priorities for FY 2015 2016 and Oral Presentations and Written Comments
CPSC staff brief the public about a policy to rest and certify lead paint and content, an existing stay of testing and certification, and a notice of inquiry for tracking labels for drywall.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) invited affected stakeholders and other interested persons to attend a free, one-day public hearing: "Implementation of a Searchable Consumer Product Safety Incident Database." Interested parties were invited to present comments, views, questions.
CPSC staff discuss guidance documents on Testing and Certification.
CPSC staff discuss a petition for the exclusion of brass lead.
CPSC staff vote on lab accreditation requirements for lead, lead determination guidance and recreational off-highway vehicles.
CPSC staff brief the commission about recent exclusions and requirements for lead, discuss the safety of recreational off-highway vehicles, and give details on the Toy Safety Certification Program, Toy Industry Association, Consumer Union and Consumer Federation of America.
GAO explain how, "Better Information Planning Would Strengthen CPSC's Oversight of Imported Products." CPSC staff give a presentation on actions being taken to implement the recommendations in the GAO Report. CPSC staff also discuss the status of substantial hazard listings on drawstrings and hair dryers and the status of product registration cards.