US Consumer Product Safety Commission: Public Meeting December 8, 2010

December 08, 2010
CPSC staff brief the public about an upcoming vote on new standards for full-size and non-full-size cribs.
Chronic Hazard Advisory Panel (CHAP) on Phthalates, Dec. 2010: Part 5

December 03, 2010
CHAP members present and discuss recent findings about the effects of Phthalates to children's health. This is part of a series of CHAP meetings.
Holiday Toy Safety

December 03, 2010
Three things you can do to make your holiday play safer.
Chronic Hazard Advisory Panel (CHAP) on Phthalates, Dec. 2010: Part 1

December 02, 2010
CHAP Committee members present and discuss recent findings about the effects of Phthalates to children's health. This meeting is part of a series of CHAP meetings on phthalates.
Chronic Hazard Advisory Panel (CHAP) on Phthalates, Dec. 2010: Part 2

December 02, 2010
CHAP members present and discuss recent findings about the effects of Phthalates to children's health. This is part of a series of CHAP meetings.
Chronic Hazard Advisory Panel (CHAP) on Phthalates, Dec. 2010: Part 3

December 02, 2010
CHAP members present and discuss recent findings about the effects of Phthalates to children's health. This is part of a series of CHAP meetings.
Chronic Hazard Advisory Panel (CHAP) on Phthalates, Dec. 2010: Part 4

December 02, 2010
CHAP members present and discuss recent findings about the effects of Phthalates to children's health. This is part of a series of CHAP meetings.
US Consumer Product Safety Commission: Public Meeting November 24, 2010

November 24, 2010
CPSC staff decide on a final rule regarding the Public Available Consumer Product Safety Information Database.
US Consumer Product Safety Commission: Public Meeting November 3, 2010

November 03, 2010
CPSC staff brief the public on requirements for Third Party Conformity Assessment Bodies to test children's sleepwear.
Sleep Positioners: A Suffocation Risk

October 29, 2010
Deaths prompt CPSC and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to warn parents and caregivers to stop using sleep positioners.