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06/24/2015http://www.cpsc.gov/Global/Newsroom/FOIA/CommissionBriefingPackages/20... (100%)
Summary: A briefing package to Commission to vote for the approval of draft letters to bunk bed petitioners denying their petitions.
Extract: See Southland Mower v. Consumer Product Safety Commission, 619 F. 2d 499 (D.C. Cir. 1980). Whether the product presents an unreasonable risk of injury. In considering whether a product presents an unreasonable risk of injury, the likelihood and severity of injury must be assessed. Staff reviewed the deaths and injuries associated with bunk bed side structure entrapments over a 20-year period. CPSC conducted 50 recalls involving bunk beds since 1990; none was based on side structure entrapments.

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: Kawasaki Motors Recalls Fuel Filters for Lawn Mower and Utility Vehicle Engines Due to Fire Hazard This recall involves about 55,000 filters and 1,200 tune-up kits in the United States and Canada, manufactured by Kawasaki Motors Corp. USA of Grand Rapids, MI. The fuel filter can leak, posing a fire hazard. Kawasaki Motors Recalls Lawn Mower Engines Due to Fire Hazard This recall involves about 210,000 units of lawn mower engines manufactured by Kawasaki Motors Corp. USA of Grand Rapids, MI. The fuel filter can leak, posing a fire hazard.

05/28/2015Great States Recalls Earthwise Cordless Electric Lawn Mowers (100%)
Summary: Great States Recalls Earthwise Cordless Electric Lawn Mowers
04/29/2015Black & Decker Agrees to $1.575 Million Civil Penalty, Internal Compli... (100%)
Summary: Black & Decker Agrees to $1.575 Million Civil Penalty, Internal Compliance Program, for Failure to Report Defective Lawnmowers News release 15125 15-125 #15-125 #15125
04/16/2015Toro Recalls Walk Power Mowers (100%)
Summary: Toro Recalls Walk Power Mowers Recall number 15729 15-729 #15-729 #15729
03/13/2015http://www.cpsc.gov/Global/Research-and-Statistics/Injury-Statistics/S... (89%)
Summary: Westat Phase 2 Final Report - User Acceptance of Seat Belt Speed Limiters on ROVs
Extract: Several participants commented that 20 mph seemed close to the speed that an average riding lawn mower goes, and those do not require seat belts. 4.5 Seat Belt Speed Limiter 4.5.1 User Acceptance In general, acceptance of the speed limiter appeared to be low among participants. Participant responses as to why seemed to echo what is heard from people who oppose government mandates for passenger vehicle seat belt use or motorcycle helmet use, citing personal freedoms as a primary factor. One participant explained their opposition to a limiter by saying that it goes against the nature of the vehicle.
02/20/2015Regulatory Summary Lawn Mowers (100%)
Summary: Lawnmowers
Extract: This standard reduces cuts and amputations caused by contact with the blades of walk-behind power lawn mowers. It requires generally that, for power lawn mowers with rotary blades: (1) The mower's blade must stop turning within 3 seconds after the operator lets go of the mower's controls. (2) The design of the rear mower deck and of the area around the discharge chute must keep the operator's foot from coming in contact with the rotating blade while his or her hands are on the mower's controls. Reel-type mowers do not need to meet the performance standards. However, both rotary mowers and reel-type mowers must have a label that warns about the danger of cuts and amputation from contact with the blade.

02/02/2015http://www.cpsc.gov/Global/About-CPSC/Budget-and-Performance/FY2016Bud... (100%)
Summary: FY 2016 Performance Budget Request
Extract: Inflatable Air 78 Microwave ovens 79 Mowers 80 Nanotechnology 81 National Electrical Code 82 Non-Integral Firearm Locking Devices 83 Playground Equipment (Children under 2 years) 84 Playground Equipment (Home) 85 Playground Equipment (Public) 86 Pools, Portable Unprotected (Child Drowning) 87 Ranges, Gas (Control Panels) 88 Ranges (Tip Overs) 89 Slow Cookers 90 Smoke Alarms 91 Soccer Goals 92 Spray Polyurethane Foam Insulation 2016 PERFORMANCE BUDGET REQUEST TO CONGRESS STANDARDS AND RULEMAKINGS FEBRUARY 2015 29 Product FY 2014 Actual FY 2015 Op Plan FY 2016 Request 93 Trampolines 94 Trampoline Courts 95 Tree Stands (Hunting) 96 Unvented Alcohol Appliances 97 Washing Machines,
01/08/2015http://www.cpsc.gov/Global/Research-and-Statistics/Injury-Statistics/C... (100%)
Summary: Non-Fire Carbon Monoxide Deaths Associated with the Use of Consumer Products 2011 Annual Estimates
Extract: In 2011, the other engine-driven, tool-related CO fatalities included an estimated three deaths that were associated with some type of lawn mower; two with an ATV, two with a power washer; and one with a paint sprayer. Table 3: Estimated Non-Fire Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Deaths Associated with En ine-Driven Tools, 2002-2011 Generators Gasoline-fueled LP-fueled Other Engine-Driven Tools (OEDTs) Lawn Mowers Riding Mowers Walk Behind Mowers Unspecified Mowers Paint Sprayer Power Washer Snow Blowerffhrower ATV Water Pump Welder Air Compressor Concrete Saw Tiller Go-Cart Small Engine Snowmobile Multiple Product: EngineDriven Tools Involved Generator + OEDT 2009~2011+ ''<Aye~ag~ .

12/23/2014http://www.cpsc.gov/Global/About-CPSC/Budget-and-Performance/FY2015Ope... (100%)
Summary: FY 2015 Operating Plan
Extract: Mowers 80 Nanotechnology 81 National Electrical Code 82 Non-Integral Firearm Locking Devices 83 Playground Equipment (Children under 2 years) 84 Playground Equipment (Home) 85 Playground equipment (Public) 86 Pools, Portable Unprotected (Child Drowning) 87 Ranges, Gas (Control Panels) 88 Ranges (Tip Over) 89 Slow Cookers 90 Smoke Alarms 91 Soccer Goals 92 Spray Polyurethane Foam Insulation 93 Trampolines 94 Trampoline Courts 95 Tree Stands (Hunting) 96 Unvented Alcohol Appliances 97 Washing Machines, Front Loading Total Number of Voluntary Standards: 83 81 CPSC FY 2015 Operating Plan 9 Mandatory Standards Summary Mandatory standards are federal rules set by statute or regulation that define requirements for consumer

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