CPSC staff discusses the technological feasability of 100 parts per million in the total lead content limit.
Children's Products Containing Lead - Technological Feasibility of 100 ppm for Lead Content
Substantial Product Hazard List: Children’s Upper Outerwear in Sizes 2T to 12 with Neck or Hood Drawstrings and Children’s Upper Outerwear in Sizes 2T to 16 with Certain Waist or Bottom Drawstrings; Final Rule
Drawstrings Not Allowed
This video is designed to help businesses identify a CPSC-accepted lab that will conduct mandatory testing of the business' children's products.
This month on Recall Roundup. IKEA recalls children's bed canopies, Walmart recalls My Sweet Love/My Sweet Baby Cuddle Care baby dolls, and Playtex recalls Hip Hammock infant carriers.
Panel Topic: Phthalates
Panel Topic: Lead and ASTM 8 Elements.
This is the discussion portion workshop on potential ways to reduce third party testing costs through determinations consistent with assuring compliance.
Vea más allá de botiquines y gabinetes de cocina cuando de prevenir envenenamientos se trata. Revise todas las habitaciones de su casa en busca de productos electrónicos con pilas tipo moneda, paquetes de detergente para ropa individuales y aparatos que producen monóxido de carbono, tales como generadores y calefactores.
Think outside the medicine box and kitchen cabinets to all the rooms of your home. Items that go beyond the bottle are electronic products containing coin-sized batteries, single-use laundry packets and carbon monoxide emitters such as generators and furnaces.
This month on Recall Roundup. Fitbit recalls Fitbit Force activity-tracking wrist bands. Sears and Kmart recall Kenmore oscillating fan heaters and Bodum recalls glass coffee presses.
CPSC Commissioners vote on section 1101 update 6(b) notice of proposed rule.