CPSC CHILD-RESISTANT PACKAGING STANDARDS: INPUT FROM DISABILITY GROUPS
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
CPSC CHILD-RESISTANT PACKAGING STANDARDS: INPUT FROM DISABILITY GROUPS on an upcoming notice of proposed rulemaking was suggested by Consumer Product Safety Commission Vice Chairman Sheila Gall at a Feb. 9 meeting. At the commission briefing at CPSC headquarters in Bethesda, Md., Gall advised the commission to extend the comment deadline on the CRP packaging standards NPR to encourage comments from groups representing disabled individuals.
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