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11/17/2015http://www.cpsc.gov/Global/Research-and-Statistics/Injury-Statistics/O... (91%)
Summary: EPI staff hazard analysis of fatalities involving victims 65 years or older
Extract: playpens, baby gates 1506, 1513, 1529, 1543, 1545 0 Curling (activity, etc.) 3282 0 Cutlery, knives, unpowered 464, 836 1 Darts 1248, 3289-3291 0 Desks, cabinets, shelves, racks 604, 692, 693, 4056 18 Dollies, carts 1679, 1680, 1684 3 Drain, oven cleaners, caustics 929, 936, 942, 968, 969 5 Drapery rods & accessories 4055 0 Drinking glasses 424, 454, 475, 478 0 Drug poisonings to children under 5 1914-1916, 1923, 1927-1932, 1940 2 Electric fixt., lamps & equipment 627, 628, 684, 685, 4036, 4039, 4041, 4042, 4061-4063, 4070, 4071, 4081, 4083 95 Electric trains, cars 1332, 1383 0 Elevators, other lifts 1814, 1889-1891 6 Engines, non-automotive 819, 820 1 Exercise & equipment 1200, 3265, 3277, 3299 6 Fans (exc.
11/03/2015http://www.cpsc.gov/Global/Research-and-Statistics/Technical-Reports/O... (100%)
Summary: CPSC Staff Statement and on theToxicology Excellence for Risk Assessment Report,"Exposure Assessment: Composition, Production, and Use of Phthalates" August 2015 and the report
Extract: PVC is heavily used in child care products such as: changing mats, pushchairs, high chairs, baby diaper covers, cribs, playpens, changing table pillows, carrying slings, breastfeeding pillows, car seats; and in toys such as: play mats, inflatable soft plastic aquatic toys, masquerade masks, and sometimes pacifiers (ECHA, 2013). Other items with PVC include gloves, footwear (rain shoes, boots, shoes, shoe insoles, slippers, sandals, 'jelly' sandals), vinyl baby pants, wet weather wear (pants, coats, ponchos, hats) (ECHA, 2013). Classroom and school products can also contain DINP, including erasers (type not specified) and school bags (ECHA, 2013).

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: 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,

04/23/2015http://www.cpsc.gov/Global/Research-and-Statistics/MECAP/MECAP_NEWS-FY... (100%)
Summary: April 2015
Extract: 8095 x7502 or 301-504-7502 2 * Cases selected for CPSC follow-up investigation Asphyxiation/Suffocation *A 16-month-old female was found deceased in a playpen with a curtain cord wrapped around her neck. The mother put the decedent down for a nap in a playpen. The mother stated that the playpen was approximately 20 inches away from the curtains and curtain cord. Somehow the playpen ended up next to the curtains and the infant was found hanging from the cord. The cause of death was asphyxiation. *A 7-month-old male decedent was laid in his crib on his back by his mother after feeding. The mother went to check on the decedent and found the decedent unresponsive and wedged between his crib mattress and the crib's drop-side railing.
10/22/2014http://www.cpsc.gov/Global/Research-and-Statistics/MECAP/MECAP_NEWS-FY... (100%)
Summary: Sept. 2014
Extract: *A 3-month-old male died when he became entrapped in a playpen. The decedent was lying beside his twin. He became wedged between the mesh side and the upper mattress pad and died. The parents were using a 2003 model playpen and installed two pads in the playpen. The cause of death was suffocation. A 2-year-old male decedent was found by his parents hanging from a pull cord for a window blind in their motor home. The cause of death was suffocation. *A 2-year-old female decedent was found unresponsive in her parent's bedroom sitting in a secured car seat.
10/01/2014http://www.cpsc.gov/Global/Newsroom/FOIA/CommissionBriefingPackages/20... (81%)
Summary: Briefing Package: Petition Requesting Mandatory Standard for Corded Window Coverings
Extract: The child was in a playpen underneath a fully lowered Roman shade. She was found partially suspended with the inner cord of the blind wrapped twice around her neck. About 670,000 units were sold in the U.S. CPSC and the retailer announced a joint recall in November 2008 in which the retailer offered a full refund to consumers that returned the shades. In February 2009, ANSI/WCMA A100.1-2009 Provisional Standard was approved. The standard included design specific requirements, on which CPSC technical staff raised concerns as listed in their letter to WCMA dated March 9, 20093.
07/18/2014http://www.cpsc.gov/PageFiles/169912/Appendix-E1-Phthalate-Exposure-FI... (86%)
Summary: Appendix E1 - Phthalate Exposure
Extract: Appendix E1 14 g Estimated skin suface area in contact with a playpen. Assumes one-third of hand surface area exposed. h Estimated skin surface area in contact with a small (teether or rattle, 10 cm2) or medium (action figure, 25 cm2) toy. i Adult toys. Appendix E1 15 Table E1-8 Product use parameters for women. Product Mass per usea (g) Mass on skin (g) Exposure duration (h) Over-spray fraction Uses per day (d-1) Fraction exposed Reference Skin Air Personal Care Products Shampoob 16 0.16 24 --0.82 1 EPA (2011), Table 17-3 Soap/body washb 2.6 0.026 24 ----1.5 1 Lotion/cream 0.5 0.5 24 ----1 1 Deodorant c 0.5 0.5 24 0.1 0.5 1 1 Perfume, spray c 0.23 0.23 24 0.1 0.5 0.29 1 Nail polishd 0.
07/18/2014http://www.cpsc.gov/PageFiles/169902/CHAP-REPORT-With-Appendices.pdf (77%)
Summary: Chronic Hazard Advisory Panel on Phthalates and Phthalate Alternatives Final Report (With Appendices)
Extract: Appendix E1 14 g Estimated skin suface area in contact with a playpen. Assumes one-third of hand surface area exposed. h Estimated skin surface area in contact with a small (teether or rattle, 10 cm2) or medium (action figure, 25 cm2) toy. i Adult toys. Appendix E1 15 Table E1-8 Product use parameters for women. Product Mass per usea (g) Mass on skin (g) Exposure duration (h) Over-spray fraction Uses per day (d-1) Fraction exposed Reference Skin Air Personal Care Products Shampoob 16 0.16 24 --0.82 1 EPA (2011), Table 17-3 Soap/body washb 2.6 0.026 24 ----1.5 1 Lotion/cream 0.5 0.5 24 ----1 1 Deodorant c 0.5 0.5 24 0.1 0.5 1 1 Perfume, spray c 0.23 0.23 24 0.1 0.5 0.29 1 Nail polishd 0.
05/01/2014Soft Bedding Brochure - Playpens (100%)
Summary: Lo único suavecito que necesita su bebé es USTED!
04/30/2014http://www.cpsc.gov/PageFiles/112793/5091.pdf (100%)
Summary: Adult Bed Hazards for Babies Spanish
Extract: o Entrapment involving the bed frame, headboard or footboard, o Falls from adult beds onto piles of clothing, plastic bags, or other soft materials resulting in suffocation, and o Suffocation in soft bedding (such as pillows or thick quilts and comforters). Always place the baby to sleep on his or her back, not on its stomach. When using a crib, make sure it meets current safety standards, has a firm, tight-fitting mattress and tight-fitting bottom sheet. When using a portable crib or playpen, be sure to use only the mattress or pad provided by the manufacturer. Publication 5091 000206 012012 Baby Doll Simulation Entrapment between bed & wall Entrapment between bed & object Entrapment in footboard
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