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CPSC Launches Nation’s Largest Campaign to Prevent Injuries and Death from Tip-Overs

August 13, 2015

CPSC Launches Nation’s Largest Campaign to Prevent Injuries and Death from Tip-Overs The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) launched a national public education campaign this year to help bring awareness and prevent injuries and deaths from tip-overs. Tip-overs can occur as a result of large furniture and TVs not being anchored to the wall.…

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CPSC no longer believes that artificial turf is safe

June 10, 2015

CPSC no longer believes that artificial turf is safe The Consumer Product Safety Commission has changed its stand on the safety of crumb rubber used in artificial turf and playgrounds. In 2008, the agency shared a release titled, “CPSC Staff Finds Synthetic Turf Fields OK to Install, OK to play on.” Seven years later, the…

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CPSC cracks down with high penalties

January 22, 2015

CPSC cracks down with high penalties The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has more than doubled the amount of penalties this year compared to last year, and it does not seem to be letting up. One of the most recent penalties imposed on Baja Inc. and One World Technologies Inc., was the largest fine CPSC…

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Whatever Happened to Company Doe?

November 1, 2012

Today’s blog posting is courtesy of Sean Kane- Safety Research and Strategies, Inc. For now, Company Doe – the first to launch a court challenge against the publication of a complaint in saferproducts.gov, the publicly accessible database mandated under the 2008 Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act, will remain anonymous. A July ruling by a U.S.…

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Home Use Generators: Dangerous and Behind the Curve

October 3, 2012

Home Use Generators: Dangerous and Behind the Curve During October 2011, an early-season snowstorm hit Connecticut that left over 860,000 businesses and homes in that state without power. This caused many state residents to resort to using portable generators in their homes. From the time of the blackout until November 9, the Department of Public…

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