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06/21/2016Tommee Tippee Electric Bottle and Food Warmers Recalled by Mayborn USA... (100%)
Summary: Tommee Tippee Electric Bottle and Food Warmers Recalled by Mayborn USA Due to Fire Hazard
06/21/2016Mayborn USA retira del mercado calentadores eléctricos de biberones y ... (100%)
Summary: Mayborn USA retira del mercado calentadores eléctricos de biberones y alimentos de Tommee Tippee debido a riesgo de incendio
06/14/2016 (100%)
Summary: all of the presenting materials and comments for the Agenda and Priorities for FY 2017 and 2018 Hearing on June 15, 2016
Extract: Cowles Kids in Danger 4 Lisa Siefert Shane's Foundation, NFP 5 Daniel Penchina Breast Cancer Fund and Washington Toxics Coalition 10:55 AM Panel 1 Questions Commission 11:35 AM Panel 2 6 Mark S. Fellin, MPS Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association 7 Randall Hertzler euroSource LLC 8 Charles Samuels Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky and Popeo, P.C. 9 John F. Kuppens Nelson Mullins Riley & Scarborough LLP 10 Kerrie Campbell Chadbourne & Parke LLP 12:25 PM Panel 2 Questions Commission 1:05 PM << L U N C H B R E A K >> 2:05PM Panel 3 11 Karin Bolte, JD National Consumers League 12 Rachel Weintraub Consumer Federation of America 13 William Wallace Consumers Union 14 Joyce Davis Keeping Babies Safe 15 Sarah Denny,
05/23/2016 (100%)
Summary: Voluntary Standards Activities FY 2016 Mid-Year Report
Extract: WCMA intends to ballot an interim revision limited to addition of cleats to comply 41 with the Canadian standard (CAN/CSA-Z600-14 Safety of corded window covering products) paragraphs 3.05.5, 4.3A, and 5.2.11 and to add a "Safe for Kids" designation. Next Action Staff will participate in the next WCMA steering committee meeting, when scheduled, and will continue to provide technical assistance to WCMA. Staff will also be developing and preparing a briefing package for a NPR scheduled for early FY 2017.
05/06/2016Chairman Kaye and Staff Meeting with Kids In Danger and Others (100%)
Summary: Chairman Kaye and Staff Meeting with Kids In Danger and Others
03/31/2016 (100%)
Summary: This memorandum requests Commission approval of the 2016-2020 Strategic Plan. The proposed Strategic Plan will set the framework for subsequent agency planning, communication, management, and reporting.
Extract: Joshua Collingsworth Memorial Foundation Kids in Danger ("KID") Major League Baseball ("MLB") National Drowning Prevention Alliance ("NDPA") National Electrical Manufacturers Association ("NEMA") National Fire Protection Association ("NFPA") National Football League ("NFL") Public Citizen Safe Kids Worldwide Safe States Alliance ("SSA") Shane's Foundation Union of Concerned Scientists USA Swimming Foundation U.S. Customs and Border Protection ("CBP") U.S. Fire Administration ("USFA") U.S. PIRG YMCA of the USA 50 Appendix E: Voluntary Standards and Mandatory Regulations Consumer product voluntary standards and mandatory regulations play an important role in protecting the public from hazardous products.

03/31/2016Creating X Recalls Children’s Pajamas (100%)
Summary: Creating X Recalls Children's Pajamas
03/25/2016 (86%)
Summary: Zen Magnets Decision and Order
Extract: Keep these away from kids who don't understand the dangers of magnets. Keep away from face! Swallowed magnets can stick together across intestines causing serious injury or death. NOT A TOY FOR CHILDREN. READ WARNINGS! Respondent's Exh 1. Warning: Swallowed magnets can stick together across intestines causing serious or fatal injury. Seek medical attention if magnets are swallowed or inhaled. Children should not be allowed to handle neodymium magnets as they can be dangerous. Small magnets pose an ingestion hazard and should never be close to the mouth or inserted into any part of the body.
03/23/2016 (100%)
Summary: CPSC's Plan for Retrospective Review of Existing Rules ("Plan") is designed to create a defined method for identifying and reconsidering certain rules that are obsolete, unnecessary, unjustified, excessively burdensome, counterproductive, or ineffect
Extract: Summary of Comment CPSC-2015-0030-0002 from Consumer Federation of America (CFA), Consumers Union (CU) and Kids in Danger (KID): In this joint submission, CFA, CU and KID urge the Commission to ensure that "the retrospective review process does not result in a weakening or elimination of hard-won safety standards for consumers." The commenters address several topics, summarized below: Use rule review process to complete proposed rules: The commenters urge the Commission to recognize that any rule review activity is not limited to considering the withdrawal of items from the regulatory agenda, but that the rule review process can lead to the completion of proposed rules that have not been finalized.
03/11/2016Safer Playgrounds, Safer Play for Kids (100%)
Summary: Safer Playgrounds, Safer Play for Kids
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