CPSC PHASE-IN OF CRP TESTING REQUIREMENTS FOR SENIORS BEING ENCOURAGED
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
CPSC PHASE-IN OF CRP TESTING REQUIREMENTS FOR SENIORS BEING ENCOURAGED by testers of child-resistant packaging, according to Perritt Labs President Alexander Perritt, PhD. Speaking at an Oct. 7 workshop on CRP and tamper-resistant packaging testing protocols at the Nonprescription Drug Manufacturers Association's manufacturing controls meeting in Philadelphia, Perritt said that "we have requested a phase-in program. I don't know if" the Consumer Product Safety Commission is "going to consider that or not," but the program "would be considered not by package but by product."
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