CPSC Commissioners vote on the Phthalates Notice of Proposed Rulemaking.
Phthalates Technical Reports
CPSC staff brief the public on the proposed rulemaking of the definition of children products and vote on rulemaking of bassinets and cradles.
CPSC vote on a decision to approve or deny the rulemaking for the consumer product safety standard for toddler beds.
CPSC staff vote on the final interpretive rule on civil penalties factors.
CPSC staff discuss the final ruling on factors to be considered when filing civil penalties.
CPSC staff discuss the Virginia Graeme Baker Pool and Spa Safety Act and minimum state requirements for grants, unblockable drains and public accomodations.
CPSC staff discuss pending decisions on final rulings about lead in electronic devices and mandatory recall notices.
CPSC staff vote on lead paint and content enforcement policies on testing and certification, a commission action on an existing stay of testing and certification, and a final ruling on registration cards. The staff also discuss final rulings on lead in electronic devices and mandatory final recall notices.
CPSC staff vote on drywall tracking labels and make a final ruling on registration cards.
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.