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Terms found entire site: Guidelines(3443), Age(6916), Determination(9153), CPSC(22508),
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09/01/2002Age Determination Guidelines: Relating Children's Ages to Toy Characte... (100%)
Summary: Age Determination Guidelines
Extract: Age Determination Guidelines Until now, the primary reference CPSC staff used when performing age determinations on toys to determine the applicability of the Small Parts Regulation was the Guidelines for Relating Children's Ages to Toy Characteristics, written in 1985. That document merged information on child development (for children under 12 years of age) and toy characteristics so the staff could make quicker, more precise, and more consistent age determinations than was previously possible. Since 1985, though, many toys discussed in that document have evolved and children's exposure to various toys might have changed.

10/26/2011http://www.cpsc.gov/PageFiles/79247/iso10262011.pdf (100%)
Summary: Meeting of ISO 181 - WG 7 Age Determination Guidelines -
Extract: He gave an overview of current approaches used by Brazil, Canada, EU, CPSC, and ASTM. CPSC was asked to give overview of how/why the Age Determination Guidelines were created. I explained original intent was to address age grading for all toys, but especially small parts. I explained that the Division of Human Factors used the guidelines primarily to focused on under 3 and 3 years and older, but the information goes up to 12 years of age. Now that CPSIA is in effect, the guidelines are very helpful because it does go up to 12 years. Next, the Canadian representative, Cylvia Weiher, was asked to give an overview of how/why Canada conducts age determinations.

07/26/2012Age Determination Guidelines: Relating Children's Ages to Toy Characte... (100%)
Summary: Age Determination Guidelines: Relating Children's Ages to Toy Characteristics and Play Behavior - Chinese
Extract: CPSC 3 CPSC CPSC 3 12 24 CPSC 0 18 19 36 CPSC 3 3 36 1 2 3 3 CFR 16 1501.2(b) CPSC 3 12 18 3

12/09/2009Final Rule on Guidelines and Requirements for Mandatory Recall Notices... (100%)
Summary: Final Rule on Guidelines and Requirements for Mandatory Recall Notices
Extract: Add a new Subpart C to read as follows: ** * SUbpart C-Guidelines and ReqUirements for Mandatory Recall Notices Sec. 1115.23 Purpose. 1115.24 Applicability. 1115.25 Definitions. 1115.26 Guidelines and policies. 1115.27 Recall notice content requirements. 1115.2B Multiple products or models. 1115.29 Final determination regarding form and content. * *** Subpart C-Guidelines and Requirements for Mandatory Recall Notices $ 1115.23 Purpose. (a) The Commission establishes these guidelines and requirements for recall notices as required by section 15(i) of the Consumer Product Safety Act, as amended (CPSA) (15 U.S.C.

12/09/2009Final Rule on Guidelines and Requirements for Mandatory Recall Notices... (100%)
Summary: Final Rule on Guidelines and Requirements for Mandatory Recall Notices
Extract: Add a new Subpart C to read as follows: ** * SUbpart C-Guidelines and ReqUirements for Mandatory Recall Notices Sec. 1115.23 Purpose. 1115.24 Applicability. 1115.25 Definitions. 1115.26 Guidelines and policies. 1115.27 Recall notice content requirements. 1115.2B Multiple products or models. 1115.29 Final determination regarding form and content. * *** Subpart C-Guidelines and Requirements for Mandatory Recall Notices $ 1115.23 Purpose. (a) The Commission establishes these guidelines and requirements for recall notices as required by section 15(i) of the Consumer Product Safety Act, as amended (CPSA) (15 U.S.C.

10/09/1992CPSC Chronic Hazard Guidelines (100%)
Summary: CPSC Chronic Hazard Guidelines; Labeling of Hazardous Art Materials; Definition of "toxic"
Extract: The CPSC's chronic hazard assessment guidelines are almost entirely consistent with the guidelines and methodologies of other agencies, including those mentioned by the commenters. Some of the differences relate to what is required by Congress; for example, LHAMA requires CPSC to address the determination of acceptable daily intake for chronic hazards. Fmhd Redster I Vd. 57. No. 19;p i Fdav. October a 1W2 I Ruks and PZ 46663 lew WhB diRerenees between CPSC and other agencies have been ewe-considered by CSC For extunpBe two m a h differences between e3 revising its cancer gui&eEines, is m~nsideriugit s ps i t ion cm these two points.

11/22/2013Voluntary Remedial Actions and Guidelines for Voluntary Recall Notices... (100%)
Summary: Voluntary Remedial Actions and Guidelines for Voluntary Recall Notices, Notice of Proposed Rulemaking Action Notice Of Proposed Rulemaking. Summary In this document, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (Commission, CPSC, or
Extract: 3016 (2008) (CPSIA), amended the CPSA to strengthen the CPSC's authority to recall products and to notify the public effectively about the scope of a recall and available remedies. Section 214 of the CPSIA required the Commission to establish guidelines and requirements for mandatory recall notices ordered by the Commission or by a United States District Court under the CPSA. Section 214 also required that a recall notice include certain specific information, unless the Commission determines otherwise. 15 U.S.C. 2064(i). This information includes, but is not limited to, descriptions of the product, hazard, injuries, deaths, actions being taken, and remedy;

07/13/2009http://www.cpsc.gov/PageFiles/90448/manrecall1.pdf (100%)
Summary: Public Comments on Guidelines and Requirements for Mandatory Recall Notices NPR, July 13, 2009 (9999)
Extract: of the NPR prevents firms from claiming that they do not have to issue a recall notice according to the requirements and guidelines of this NPR. The NPR gives the CPSC a sufficient amount of discretion to ensure that the recall notice is informative and provides notice to potentially affected consumers. The NPR allows the Commission to determine the manner in which the recall notice is issued, the languages in which the notice should be provided, and the content of the recall notice. Thank you for your time and consideration. Sincerely, Raina Goods Stevenson, Todd /S From: Sent: To: Subject: Jennifer Hermansky [jennifer.a.hermansky@drexel.edu] Sunday, April 19,2009 3:12 PM Mandatory Recall Notices Comments to NPR 74 FR 11883 April 19,2009 Jennifer Hermansky Ja1144@drexel.

01/21/2010http://www.cpsc.gov/PageFiles/119370/noticesguide.pdf (100%)
Summary: Guidelines/Requirements for Mandatory Recall Notices FR Notice
Extract: Add a new Subpart C to read as follows: Subpart C-Guidelines and Requirements for Mandatory Recall Notices Sec. 1115.23 Purpose. 1115.24 Applicability. 1115.25 Definitions. 1115.26 Guidelines and policies. 1115.27 Recall notice content requirements. 1115.28 Multiple products or models. 1115.29 Final determination regarding form and content. Subpart C-Guidelines and Requirements for Mandatory Recall Notices $ 1115.23 Purpose. (a) The Commission establishes these guidelines and requirements for recall notices as required by section 15(i) of the Consumer Product Safety Act, as amended (CPSA) (15 U.S.C.

01/21/2010http://www.cpsc.gov/PageFiles/99594/noticesguide.pdf (100%)
Summary: Guidelines and Requirements for Mandatory Recall Notices, FINAL RULE
Extract: Add a new Subpart C to read as follows: Subpart C-Guidelines and Requirements for Mandatory Recall Notices Sec. 1115.23 Purpose. 1115.24 Applicability. 1115.25 Definitions. 1115.26 Guidelines and policies. 1115.27 Recall notice content requirements. 1115.28 Multiple products or models. 1115.29 Final determination regarding form and content. Subpart C-Guidelines and Requirements for Mandatory Recall Notices $ 1115.23 Purpose. (a) The Commission establishes these guidelines and requirements for recall notices as required by section 15(i) of the Consumer Product Safety Act, as amended (CPSA) (15 U.S.C.

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