CPSC staff conducts and sponsors many research and study projects in furtherance of its activities to improve product safety and reduce or eliminate potential hazards associated with consumer products. The findings from such projects may be used by staff to develop and refine positions on voluntary and mandatory product safety standards. The staff also conducts research on new and emerging technologies to evaluate their potential for enhancing consumer product safety and reducing hazards. Each research project typically concludes with development of a final report outlining the hazard scenario or product safety issue that was researched, the scope of the project, methodology used, and findings.
Below you will find links to the research reports that are currently available for review. Reports that are posted on this site will be available for review and comment for a minimum of 45 days before their removal and finalization. CPSC staff will assess comments that are received and take account of such comments when finalizing the reports.
Please submit your comments by e-mail to email@example.com or by postal mail to:
Office of the Secretary
U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission
Washington, D.C. 20207-0001
Comments must be received by the date noted with the title of the report on which you are commenting.
Please clearly identify the specific report your comments address in the caption or title. CPSC staff will assess comments that are received and take account of such comments when finalizing the reports. Please note that you will not receive a direct response to your comments.
CPSC Staff’s Statement on Primaira, LLC’s Report, “Refinement of Temperature-Limiting Control Systems for Preventing Oil Ignition on Gas and Electric Cooktops" September 2015
|For Review and Comment until November 13, 2015|