CPSC staff proposes revised "senior friendly" CRP test protocol at June 8 meeting.
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
CPSC STAFF PROPOSES REVISED "SENIOR-FRIENDLY" TEST PROTOCOL that would include a panel of subjects aged 50-70 years old. In a briefing pack-age submitted to the Consumer Product Safety Commission on June 8, the staff suggested that "a test panel of 50-70-year-old participants would still accomplish the goal of decreasing accidental poisonings, although possibly to a somewhat lesser extent than would a panel of 60-75-year-olds." The CPSC staff based their conclusions on the results of tests conducted in 1984-85.
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