Title 16 published on 2013-01-01
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The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC or Commission) is issuing this rule to amend its existing regulations pertaining to procedures and requirements for exclusions from lead limits under section 101(b) of the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008 (CPSIA) to reflect statutory changes mandated by Public Law 112-28.
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§ 1261 - Definitions
§ 1262 - Declaration of hazardous substances
§ 1263 - Prohibited acts
§ 1264 - Penalties; exceptions
§ 1265 - Seizures
§ 1266 - Hearing before report of criminal violation
§ 1267 - Injunctions; criminal contempt; trial by court or jury
§ 1268 - Proceedings in name of United States; subpenas
§ 1269 - Regulations
§ 1270 - Examinations and investigations
§ 1271 - Records of interstate shipment
§ 1272 - Publicity; reports; dissemination of information
§ 1273 - Imports
§ 1274 - Remedies respecting banned hazardous substances
§ 1275 - Toxicological Advisory Board
§ 1276 - Congressional veto of hazardous substances regulations
§ 1277 - Labeling of art materials
§ 1278 - Requirements for labeling certain toys and games
122 Stat. 3016
The following are ALL rules, proposed rules, and notices (chronologically) published in the Federal Register relating to 16 CFR 1500 after this date.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC or Commission) proposes to update the supplemental definition of “strong sensitizer” under the Federal Hazardous Substances Act (FHSA). The proposed amendment clarifies or adds language to eliminate redundancy, remove certain subjective factors, incorporate new and anticipated technology, rank the criteria for classification of strong sensitizers in order of importance, define criteria for “severity of reaction,” and indicate that a weight-of-evidence approach will be used to determine the strength of the sensitizer.