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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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5) Bell, Gary, Chairman, ANSI ASX Z 535 Committee, letter to the U.
17) "Upholstered Furniture Flammability: Analysis of Comments from The CPSC' Staff's June 2002 Public Meeting," February 2003, U.
those that have long-term rather than immediate health effects, has always proved problematic for the U.
Nationwide, more than 86,000 skateboarders and almost 100,000 scooter riders were treated in hospital emergency rooms in 2000, according to the U.
12) "All-Terrain Vehicle 2001 Injury and Exposure Studies," U.
Nationwide, 86,800 skateboarders were treated in hospital emergency rooms in 2000, according to the U.
CP 01-1, Petition for Rule Requiring Product Registration Cards, U.
5 million children ages 14 and over receive medical treatment for sport-related injuries including falls, collisions, concussions, heat illness and overexertion, according to the U.
5) "CPSC Chairman Awards Safety Commendation to American Furniture Manufacturers Association," news release from the U.
The Greenpeace petition to ban phthalates in toys was first scheduled for a public briefing by the U.
Following his late July confirmation by the Senate, the new Chairman of the U.
The study analyzed four such "new entrant" ATVs and found that each one failed to comply with the voluntary industry standard agreed to by established ATV companies and by the U.