Consumer Product Safety Commission


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Consumer Product Safety Commission

A U.S. government agency charged with overseeing the safety of a wide variety of products, tools, and toys used in the home, in communities, and in the workplace.
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Consumer Product Safety Commission, Office of Information and Public Affairs, Release # 02-055, Nov.
11] Statement by Daisy Outdoor Products: "Daisy Response to Consumer Product Safety Commission Complaint.
Consumer Product Safety Commission, in a letter to USA Today, May 4, 2001.
Consumer Product Safety Commission, on Product Safety Owner Card Proposal, to The Commission, Washington, D.
Consumer Product Safety Commission, the American Association of Pediatrics and the Brain Injury Association of America, among many others.
Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) had taken aim at the good name of Underwriters' Laboratories (UL) citing allegations that some of its listed products were not safe.
Consumer Product Safety Commission have involved children between the ages of 3 and 6.
Consumer Product Safety Commission on March 13, 2003, was conducted to ensure the safety of consumers nationwide.
The Danny Foundation for Crib and Child Product Safety today called for mandatory safety standards for bunk beds in a petition to the Consumer Product Safety Commission.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission has already acknowledged the dangers of bunk beds through the passage of one regulation, which strictly regulates the design of bunk beds to prevent hanging deaths.
API is calling on the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and Juvenile Products Manufacturers Association (JPMA) to delay their public campaign about the "hidden hazards of placing babies in adult beds" until more medical research has been done on the issue.
API faults the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) for relying on inconsistent data from death certificates, coroners' reports, newspaper clippings and other anecdotal sources instead of using comprehensive medical studies.

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