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06/26/2015http://www.cpsc.gov/Global/Research-and-Statistics/Injury-Statistics/F... (89%)
Summary: This report contains the statistics for fireworks related deaths, emergency department treated injuries, and enforcement activities during 2014.
Extract: One teenage boy was kidding around and igniting fireworks. This boy threw a lit Roman candle and sparks from the Roman candle went near the victim's face. One spark went into the victim's eye, and the victim's eye was irritated as a result. The victim fully recovered in 3 days. 20 13 Male Thermal Burns Face Treat and Release Unspecified Victim was at a friend's house. The victim took apart an unspecified firework and emptied the black powder onto a rock. The victim then lit the powder, and it created a flash fire that went to his face.
06/17/2015http://www.cpsc.gov/PageFiles/182652/Adler-Senate-Testimony.pdf (100%)
Summary: Statement of Commissioner Adler Before the Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation Consumer Protection, Product Safety, Insurance, and Data Security Subcommittee.
Extract: CPSC data show that the second most vulnerable population after kids is adults over 65. And, I note that this is a rapidly growing group due to the aging of the baby boomers and the greater longevity of our citizens. In fact, there are more of us in the over-65 age group than there are citizens in Canada. What is particularly troubling to me, however, is that seniors, while comprising only 13 percent of the US population, account for 65 percent of our consumer product-related deaths. And, by 2020, they-we - will be 20 percent of the US population.
06/17/2015http://www.cpsc.gov/PageFiles/182641/Robinson-Senate-Testimony.pdf (100%)
Summary: Testimony of Commissioner Robinson at the Hearing "Overseeing the Consumer Product Safety Commission" to the Subcommittee on Consumer Protection, Product Safety, Insurance, and Data Security.
Extract: 5 http://www.kidsindanger.org/docs/research/2015_KID_Recall_Report.pdf. Testimony of Commissioner Marietta S. Robinson Subcommittee on Consumer Protection, Product Safety, Insurance, and Data Security June 17, 2015 8 majority of recalled children's products continue to remain in consumer hands (79.79%)."6 And that "[o]nly 14% of all 2013 recalled children's products were destroyed or fixed."7 The Kids In Danger Report concludes that companies need to devote their social media to publicizing recalls as effectively as they do marketing products.

06/12/2015http://www.cpsc.gov/Global/About-CPSC/Reports/Annual-Reports/FY13Annua... (100%)
Summary: The Annual Report to Congress and the President summarizes information with respect to the issues requested in section 27(j) of CPSA after each fiscal year.
Extract: CA 93940 GIRL'S 100% COTTON KNIT DRESS (SS13-304-324-OR) Lead in Children's Product /FHSA 16 CFR 1500 Stop Sale and Correct Future Production MALI KIDS, INC. 1025 INDUSTRY DRIVE TUKWILA, WA 98188-4802 GIRL'S 100% COTTON KNIT DRESS (SS13-304-324-OR) Lead in Children's Product /FHSA 16 CFR 1500 Stop Sale and Correct Future Production MALI KIDS, INC. 1025 INDUSTRY DRIVE TUKWILA, WA 98188-4802 GIRL'S 100% COTTON KNIT DRESS (SS13-304-324-OR) Lead in Children's Product /FHSA 16 CFR 1500 Stop Sale and Correct Future Production MALI KIDS, INC. 1025 INDUSTRY DRIVE TUKWILA, WA 98188-4802 GIRL'S 100% COTTON KNIT DRESS (SS13-304-324-OR) Lead in Children's Product /FHSA 16 CFR 1500 Stop Sale and Correct Future Production MALI KIDS, INC.

06/04/2015http://www.cpsc.gov/Global/Regulations-Laws-and-Standards/Voluntary-St... (87%)
Summary: U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) requests the formation of an American National Standards Institute ANSI/CSA Z21.1, American National Standard for Household Cooking Gas Appliances, Technical Advisory Group (TAG) to develop performance r
Extract: However, I will not let my teenagers and twenty something year old kids use the oven without my husband or I being at home due to safety concerns. The second incident, happened this week, May 2014. Again the problem was with the lower oven. I finished baking, pushed the cancel button which appeared to have turned off the oven. However, 20 30 minutes later, the kitchen was warm, opened the oven which was still baking at 350 degrees. We were able to unplug the oven to turn it off. [REDACTED] came today and will install new parts on June 11. However, the replacement parts are a temporary fix.
05/19/2015http://www.cpsc.gov/PageFiles/182569/Commissioner-Robinson-Testimony-f... (100%)
Summary: Statement for the Record of Commissioner Marietta S. Robinson to the U.S. House Committee on Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Commerce, Manufacturing, and Trade "Oversight of the Consumer Product Safety Commission and the FY 2016 Performance Budge
Extract: docs/research/2015_KID_Recall_Report.pdf. 6 Id. at 2. 7 Id. 8 http://www.kidsindanger.org/docs/research/2015_KID_Recall_Report.pdf, pps. 14-16 and 31. Commissioner Marietta S. Robinson Statement for the Record To the Commerce, Manufacturing and Trade Subcommittee May 19, 2015 9 done on the implications to companies using social media in publicizing recalls. One recent study showed that companies using certain types of social media in specific ways in connection with their recall announcements experienced lower stock price reductions than those companies not using social media.9 Perhaps research such as this will encourage companies to be more creative in using social media to get dangerous products off the market.

05/19/2015http://www.cpsc.gov/PageFiles/182529/Commissioner-Adler-Testimony-for-... (100%)
Summary: Statement of Commissioner Robert S. Adler before the House Committee on Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Commerce, Manufacturing, and Trade.
Extract: CPSC data show that the second most vulnerable population after kids is adults over 65. And, I note that this is a rapidly growing group due to the aging of the baby boomers and the greater longevity of our citizens. In fact, there are more of us in the over 65 age group than there are citizens in Canada. What is particularly troubling to me, however, is that seniors, while comprising only 13 percent of the US population, account for 65 percent of our consumer product related deaths. And, by 2020, they-we - will be 20 percent of the US population.
05/14/2015Commissioner Mohorovic Attending Kids in Danger 2015 Best Friends Awar... (100%)
Summary: Commissioner Mohorovic Attending Kids in Danger 2015 Best Friends Award Night
05/13/2015http://www.cpsc.gov/Global/Newsroom/FOIA/CommissionBriefingPackages/20... (100%)
Summary: Briefing Package: Petition for Change to the Bunk Bed Standard and Petition Requesting Standard for Bunk Bed Cornerposts
Extract: 15 10/17/2000 Pottery Barn Kids Collapse/Fall 200 ASTM/Sect.15 09/25/2003 Home Line Entrapment 3,600 REG 11/21/2003 Merit Furniture Entrapment 524 REG 04/13/2004 Ethan Allen Collapse/Fall 2,000 ASTM/Sect.15 04/22/2004 Ashley Furniture Entrapment 22,476 REG 05/13/2004 Coaster Entrapment 22,000 REG 08/11/2004 PJ Sleep Shop Entrapment 337 REG 09/04/2007 d-Scan Due Collapse/Fall 500 ASTM/Sect.15 12/13/2007 Hooker Furniture Entrapment 1,300 REG 02/05/2009 Land of Nod Collapse/Fall 750 ASTM/Sect.15 05/21/2009 Gothic Cabinet Collapse/Fall 1,500 ASTM/Sect.15 09/23/2009 Big Lots Collapse/Fall 20,000 ASTM/Sect.15 08/03/2010 Pottery Barn Kids Entrapment 405 REG THIS DOCUMENT HAS NOT BEEN REVIEWED OR ACCEPTED BY THE COMMISSION.
05/08/2015Press Statement from Chairman Elliot Kaye Regarding the Window Coverin... (100%)
Summary: Press Statement from Chairman Elliot Kaye Regarding the Window Covering Manufacturers Association's "Best For Kids" Program
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