Child-Resistant Packaging

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Packaging defined by the Poison Prevention Packaging Act (PPPA) as that which is ‘difficult...for children under age five to open, but not difficult for normal adults to use properly’
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In Hawkins, the court noted that "the record reveals no evidence that the EPA considered the packaging methods at issue" and mandated no federal regulation in the area of pesticide packaging beyond child-resistant packaging.
This spring, CPSC voted to issue an advance notice of proposed rulemaking (ANPR), which could result in a regulation requiring child-resistant packaging for these and all other products that contain petroleum distillates.
Meets Consumer Product Safety Commission guidelines for child-resistant packaging.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission voted 3-0 last month to require child-resistant packaging for a wide range of oily products containing hydrocarbons, from baby oil to cleaning solvents.
Since this novel smokeless tobacco product is intended only for adult users of tobacco products, it will be manufactured in child-resistant packaging, and with labeling that states 'not for sale to minors'.
com), North America's premier supplier of customizable child-resistant packaging solutions and accessories for the legal cannabis industry, announced today that Ben Wu, the company's president, was named to the Oregon Liquor Control Commission Recreational Marijuana Rules Advisory Technical Subcommittee on Packaging.
More than 90 percent of prescriptions ready for dispensing were in non-child-resistant containers, although a request for non- child-resistant packaging was not available from the patient or prescriber.
Kush Bottles is an international supplier of certified, child-resistant packaging, branded exit solutions, and accessories for the cannabis industry.
Hirsch explains that using child-resistant packaging for medicines is very important and equally important is keeping medicines, including over-the-counter products, locked up out of a child's sight and reach.
LOS ANGELES, April 21, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Kush Bottles, North America's premier supplier of customized child-resistant packaging solutions for the marijuana industry, announced today that their CEO and Co-Founder, Nicholas Kovacevich, was featured on CNBC in a report titled, "Potrepreneurs," a series focusing on select individuals and companies that show promise within the cannabis industry.
Voters strongly support applying many such measures to e-cigarettes as well: 95 percent support age verification to prevent e-cigarette sales to minors; 92 percent support restrictions on e-cigarette marketing aimed at children; 87 percent support requiring child-resistant packaging for all e-cigarettes and liquid nicotine refills; and 73 percent sport prohibiting the use of candy and fruit flavors that can appeal to kids, such as cherry and cotton candy.