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04/01/2010http://www.cpsc.gov/PageFiles/126591/CPSC-CH-C1001-09.3.pdf (100%)
Summary: Phthalates Determination, Standard Operating Procedure (CPSC-CH-C1001-09.3)
Extract: Sample Preparation Extraction Method Analysis Method CPSC-CH-C1001-09.3 CPSC-CH-C1001-09.3 CPSC-CH-C1001-09.3 Health Canada Method C-342 (http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/cps-spc/prod-test-essai/_method-chem-chim/c-34-eng.php) EN 14372:20043Health Canada Method C-34 EPA 3540C, Soxhlet Extraction (http://www.epa.gov/epawaste/hazard/testmethods/sw846/pdfs/3540c.pdf) EPA 3541, Automated Soxhlet Extraction (http://www.epa.gov/epawaste/hazard/testmethods/sw846/pdfs/3541.pdf) EN 14372:2004 EPA 3545A, Pressurized Fluid Extraction (http://www.epa.gov/epawaste/hazard/testmethods/sw846/pdfs/3545a.pdf) EPA 3546, Microwave Extraction (http://www.epa.gov/epawaste/hazard/testmethods/sw846/pdfs/3546.

07/25/2012http://www.cpsc.gov/PageFiles/110957/CPSC-CH-C1001-09.3.pdf (77%)
Summary: Directorate for Laboratory Sciences Division of Chemistry Standard Operating Procedures for Determination of Phthlates April 1, 2010
Extract: Sample Preparation Extraction Method Analysis Method CPSC-CH-C1001-09.3 CPSC-CH-C1001-09.3 CPSC-CH-C1001-09.3 Health Canada Method C-342 (http://www.hc-sc.gc.ca/cps-spc/prod-test-essai/_method-chem-chim/c-34-eng.php) EN 14372:20043Health Canada Method C-34 EPA 3540C, Soxhlet Extraction (http://www.epa.gov/epawaste/hazard/testmethods/sw846/pdfs/3540c.pdf) EPA 3541, Automated Soxhlet Extraction (http://www.epa.gov/epawaste/hazard/testmethods/sw846/pdfs/3541.pdf) EN 14372:2004 EPA 3545A, Pressurized Fluid Extraction (http://www.epa.gov/epawaste/hazard/testmethods/sw846/pdfs/3545a.pdf) EPA 3546, Microwave Extraction (http://www.epa.gov/epawaste/hazard/testmethods/sw846/pdfs/3546.

11/15/2011FAQs: Bans on Phthalates in Children's Toys (57%)
Summary: FAQs: Bans on Phthalates in Children's Toys What are phthalates? Phthalates are chemical plasticizers that are often used in the production of many types of plastics. Phthalates most often, but not always, are used to make plastics softer and/or
Extract: The Commission has chosen July 27, 2009, because it is the date the Commission posted a test method for testing component parts for phthalates on the Commission website: (http://www.cpsc.gov/about/cpsia/CPSC-CH-C1001-09.2.pdf.). The test method was updated on April 1, 2010, to the current method (http://www.cpsc.gov/about/cpsia/CPSC-CH-C1001-09.3.pdf.). The Commission will accept phthalates content certifications if the product was tested using either CPSC-CH-C1001-09.2 or CPSC-CH-C1001-09.3. For tests conducted using the Chinese Test Method, the test must have been conducted on or after June 18, 2008. The Commission has chosen June 18, 2008, because that is the date that the Chinese Test Method was issued.

03/12/2013Requirements Pertaining to Third Party Conformity Assessment Bodies (55%)
Summary: Requirements Pertaining to Third Party Conformity Assessment Bodies Action Final Rule. Summary The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC, Commission, or we) is issuing a final rule establishing requirements pertaining to th
Extract: (ii) [Reserved] (3) CPSC National Product Testing and Evaluation Center, 5 Research Place, Rockville, MD 20850; www.cpsc.gov. (i) CPSC-CH-C1001-09.3, "Standard Operating Procedure for Determination of Phthalates", April 1, 2010; (ii) CPSC-CH-E1001-08, "Standard Operating Procedure for Determining Total Lead (Pb) in Children's Metal Products (Including Children's Metal Jewelry)", December 4, 2008; (iii) CPSC-CH-E1001-08.1, "Standard Operating Procedure for Determining Total Lead (Pb) in Children's Metal Products (Including Children's Metal Jewelry), Revision", June 21, 2010;

09/13/2012FAQs: Phthalate Laboratory Test Methods (48%)
Summary: FAQs: Phthalate Laboratory Test Methods What are the test methods accepted by the Commission for the ban on phthalates? The two test methods currently approved by the Commission are: Test Method: CPSC-CH-C1001-09.3 - Standard Operating Procedure
Extract: The two test methods currently approved by the Commission are: Test Method: CPSC-CH-C1001-09.3 - Standard Operating Procedure for Determination of Phthalates, April, 1, 2010 [PDF]. Note that within this document, several alternative accepted methods are listed. Alternate Phthalates Test Method: GB/T 22048-2008, Toys and Children's Products - Determination of Phthalate Plasticizers in Polyvinyl Chloride Plastic, issued on June 16, 2008 ("Chinese Test Method"). Where should I purchase standard or certified reference materials for phthalates testing?

08/10/2011http://www.cpsc.gov/PageFiles/112379/tpphthal.pdf (47%)
Summary: Third Party Testing for Certain Children's Products; Notice of Requirements for Accreditation of Third Party Conformity Assessment Bodies To Assess Conformity With the Limits on Phthalates in Children's Toys and Child Care Articles
Extract: if the product was tested using either CPSC-CH-C1001-09.2 or CPSC- CH-C1001-09.3. The Commission acknowledges that, on March 3, 2009, it released a test method that involved testing the entire product (http://www.cpsc.gov/about/cpsia/CPSC-CHC1001-09.1.pdf) (''March 2009 test method''). The Commission will not accept phthalates content certifications for products tested using the March 2009 test method (CPSC-CH-C1001- 09.1). The Commission considers testing the entire product to be less protective of children because mouthable component parts with high concentrations of phthalates in products with large quantities of nonplasticized parts would be able to pass the test because the total mass of the product would dilute the overall phthalate measure.

08/10/2011http://www.cpsc.gov/PageFiles/101505/tpphthal.pdf (47%)
Summary: Third Party Testing for Certain Children's Products; Notice of Requirements for Accreditation of Third Party Conformity Assessment Bodies to Assess Conformity with the Limits on Phthalates
Extract: if the product was tested using either CPSC-CH-C1001-09.2 or CPSC- CH-C1001-09.3. The Commission acknowledges that, on March 3, 2009, it released a test method that involved testing the entire product (http://www.cpsc.gov/about/cpsia/CPSC-CHC1001-09.1.pdf) (''March 2009 test method''). The Commission will not accept phthalates content certifications for products tested using the March 2009 test method (CPSC-CH-C1001- 09.1). The Commission considers testing the entire product to be less protective of children because mouthable component parts with high concentrations of phthalates in products with large quantities of nonplasticized parts would be able to pass the test because the total mass of the product would dilute the overall phthalate measure.

07/26/2012http://www.cpsc.gov/PageFiles/111124/tpphthal.pdf (47%)
Summary: Third Party Testing for Certain Children's Products; Notice of Requirements for Accreditation of Third Party Conformity Assessment Bodies To Assess Conformity With the Limits on Phthalates in Children's Toys and Child Care Articles
Extract: if the product was tested using either CPSC-CH-C1001-09.2 or CPSC- CH-C1001-09.3. The Commission acknowledges that, on March 3, 2009, it released a test method that involved testing the entire product (http://www.cpsc.gov/about/cpsia/CPSC-CHC1001-09.1.pdf) (''March 2009 test method''). The Commission will not accept phthalates content certifications for products tested using the March 2009 test method (CPSC-CH-C1001- 09.1). The Commission considers testing the entire product to be less protective of children because mouthable component parts with high concentrations of phthalates in products with large quantities of nonplasticized parts would be able to pass the test because the total mass of the product would dilute the overall phthalate measure.

08/10/2011http://www.cpsc.gov/PageFiles/110015/tpphthal.pdf (47%)
Summary: Notice of Requirements for Accreditation of Third Party Conformity Assessment Bodies to Assess Conformity with the Limits on Phthalates in Children's Toys and Child Care Articles
Extract: if the product was tested using either CPSC-CH-C1001-09.2 or CPSC- CH-C1001-09.3. The Commission acknowledges that, on March 3, 2009, it released a test method that involved testing the entire product (http://www.cpsc.gov/about/cpsia/CPSC-CHC1001-09.1.pdf) (''March 2009 test method''). The Commission will not accept phthalates content certifications for products tested using the March 2009 test method (CPSC-CH-C1001- 09.1). The Commission considers testing the entire product to be less protective of children because mouthable component parts with high concentrations of phthalates in products with large quantities of nonplasticized parts would be able to pass the test because the total mass of the product would dilute the overall phthalate measure.

05/29/1973Office of General Counsel Advisory Opinions - Cosmetics (43%)
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