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03/24/2014http://www.cpsc.gov/PageFiles/122476/281.pdf (100%)
Summary: Piense en la seguridad del juguete al comprar, mantener y guardar juguetes.
Extract: Never hang toys with long strings, cords, loops, or ribbons in cribs or playpens where children can become entangled. Remove crib gyms from the crib when the child can pull up on hands and knees; some children have strangled when they fell across crib gyms stretched across the crib. Sharp Points Toys which have been broken may have dangerous points or prongs. Stuffed toys may have wires inside the toy which could cut or stab if exposed. A CPSC regulation prohibits sharp points in new toys and other articles intended for use by children under eight years of age.
12/18/2013http://www.cpsc.gov/Global/Research-and-Statistics/Injury-Statistics/T... (100%)
Summary: Injuries and Deaths Associated with Nursery Products Among Children Younger than Age Five
Extract: Cribs/mattresses, bassinets/cradles, playpens/play yards, infant carriers/car seat carriers, and baby baths/bath seats/bathinettes were associated with 89 percent of the fatalities reported. Causes of death included positional asphyxia, strangulation, and drowning, among others. In some instances, the fatalities were attributed to the product; while in other cases, the fatalities resulted from a hazardous environment in or around the product.1 For many durable infant and toddler products, CPSC staff has been evaluating the incidents characterized in the annual reports on nursery products, along with previously and subsequently reported incidents, to assess the efficacy of voluntary standards.

12/04/2013http://www.cpsc.gov/Global/Newsroom/FOIA/CommissionBriefingPackages/20... (89%)
Summary: Briefing Package: Final Rule on Safety Standard for Bedside Sleepers
Extract: the bedside sleeper incidents were identified through keyword searches from a subset of products coded as 1537 (bassinets or cradles), 1529 (portable cribs), and 1513 (playpens). No emergency department-treated injuries were identified as being associated with bedside sleepers; as such, the data analyzed in this memorandum include incident data only. In addition, incidents associated with bedside sleepers that are multimode products have been included in this analysis, as well as in the regulatory work for the other relevant product(s). II. Incident Data6 CPSC staff from the Directorate for Epidemiology characterized the number of incidents and the types of hazards related to bedside sleepers.
06/27/2013http://www.cpsc.gov/Global/Newsroom/FOIA/CommissionBriefingPackages/20... (91%)
Summary: Draft Final Rule: Play Yard Standard Amendment
Extract: THE PRODUCT7 Play yards, also known as playpens, are made of mesh-or fabric-sided panels that attach to a rigid frame structure, including a floor. They are primarily intended to provide play and/or sleeping environments for children who cannot climb out. Some are foldable for storage or travel purposes. Inflatable products are not included. Many accessories that come with play yards are also covered by the staff-recommended final rule. Those accessories would need to comply with the relevant ASTM standard as well (i.e.
06/14/2013http://www.cpsc.gov/Global/About-CPSC/Reports/Annual-Reports/FY12Annua... (78%)
Summary: 2012 Annual Report
Extract: playpens, and baby gates High chairs and youth chairs Miscellaneous 2. TOYS Children's sports and hobby equipment Electric trains, cars, and accessories Projectile or flying toys Toy chests and boxes Tricycles (children's) Wagons and other ride-on toys Miscellaneous 3. SPORTS AND RECREATIONAL ACTIVITIES AND EQUIPMENT Amusement rides Archery ATVs, mopeds, and minibikes Barbecue grills, stoves, and fuel Baseball/softball Basketball BB guns, BBs, and pellets Beach, picnic, and camping equipment Bicycles and accessories Billiards or pool Bowling Boxing Cheerleading Curling Dancing Darts Exercise equipment Fencing Fishing Football Golf Gymnastics and equipment Hockey, all kinds Horseback riding Horseshoes Ice or snow boating Lacrosse,
05/16/2013http://www.cpsc.gov/Global/Newsroom/FOIA/CommissionBriefingPackages/20... (100%)
Summary: Briefing Package: Request for Commission Action Regarding Crib Bumpers (Petition CP 12-2)
Extract: 62 57 X1080578A X1030216A 11/20/200 9 2 MO M A 2-month, 11-day-old male decedent found lying face down in a portable playpen. Inside the playpen was one standard size crib bumper pad that had been folded to accommodate the smaller size of the playpen. There were three standard sized blankets folded. OOS OOS death in a playpen NA NA 58 100420CWE2055 H1040227A 1048022029 Y1054522A 2/27/2010 6 MO M A 6-month-old male victim suffered fatal suffocation while taking a mid-day nap in his crib. The victim's mother reported her son was placed in the middle of his crib, lying on his back for a nap. When she returned 2 hours later he was up against the crib's bumper pad, in the corner of the crib, unconscious with a light blue color.

03/12/2013Requirements Pertaining to Third Party Conformity Assessment Bodies (100%)
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: Toys Intended to Be Attached to a Crib or Playpen (except labeling and/or instructional literature requirements) (BB) Section 4.27, Stuffed and Beanbag-Type Toys (CC) Section 4.30, Toy Gun Marking (DD) Section 4.32, Certain Toys with Nearly Spherical Ends (EE) Section 4.35, Pompoms (FF) Section 4.36, Hemispheric-Shaped Objects (GG) Section 4.37, Yo-Yo Elastic Tether Toys (HH) Section 4.38, Magnets (except labeling and/or instructional literature requirements) (II) Section 4.39, Jaw Entrapment in Handles and Steering Wheels (c) The Director of the Federal Register approves the incorporations by reference in paragraph (b) of this section in accordance with 5 U.
01/29/2013http://www.cpsc.gov/PageFiles/140088/bedside.pdf (87%)
Summary: Notice of Proposed Rulemaking: Safety Standard for Bedside Sleepers
Extract: Instead, the bedside sleeper incidents were identified through keyword searches from a subset of products coded as 1537 (bassinets or cradles), 1529 (portable cribs), and 1513 (playpens). No emergency 11 This analysis was prepared by CPSC staff. It has not been reviewed or approved by, and may not necessarily reflect the views of, the Commission. 12 Not all of these incidents are addressable by an action the CPSC could take; however, it was not the purpose of this memorandum to evaluate the addressability of the incidents, but rather to quantify the number of fatalities and injuries reported to CPSC staff and to update estimates of emergency department treated injuries, whenever feasible.
01/16/2013http://www.cpsc.gov/PageFiles/138599/thirdparty.pdf (100%)
Summary: Draft Final Rule: Sections 1112/1118 Requirements for Third Party Conformity Assessment Bodies
Extract: 26, Toys Intended to Be Attached to a Crib or Playpen (except labeling and/or instructional literature requirements) (BB) Section 4.27, Stuffed and Beanbag-Type Toys (CC) Section 4.30, Toy Gun Marking (DD) Section 4.32, Certain Toys with Nearly Spherical Ends (EE) Section 4.35, Pompoms (FF) Section 4.36, Hemispheric-Shaped Objects (GG) Section 4.37, Yo-Yo Elastic Tether Toys (HH) Section 4.38, Magnets (except labeling and/or instructional literature requirements) (II) Section 4.39, Jaw Entrapment in Handles and Steering Wheels DRAFT 1-16-2013 108 (c) The Director of the Federal Register approves the incorporations by reference in paragraph (b) in accordance with 5 U.
10/18/2012http://www.cpsc.gov/PageFiles/130514/bedside.pdf (87%)
Summary: Notice of Proposed Rulemaking - Safety Standard for Bedside Sleepers (1543, 1527)
Extract: Instead, the bedside sleeper incidents were identified through keyword searches from a subset of products coded as 1537 (bassinets or cradles), 1529 (portable cribs), and 1513 (playpens). No emergency 11 This analysis was prepared by CPSC staff. It has not been reviewed or approved by, and may not necessarily reflect the views of, the Commission. 12 Not all of these incidents are addressable by an action the CPSC could take; however, it was not the purpose of this memorandum to evaluate the addressability of the incidents, but rather to quantify the number of fatalities and injuries reported to CPSC staff and to update estimates of emergency department treated injuries, whenever feasible.
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