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In addition, the Minister of Health, and specifically the Director-General: National Health and Population Development (DG), are mandated to administer the Hazardous Substances Act of 1973 by granting, suspending or revoking licences to importers, manufacturers and users of electromedical products (X-rays).
Danger: Infant pillows and cushions have been banned under the Federal Hazardous Substances Act since 1992 because they pose a suffocation hazard to infants.
A Center for Safety in the Arts (CSA) report titled "Children's Art Supplies Can Be Toxic" explains that the Federal Hazardous Substances Act allowed some products to be labeled "nontoxic" while not considering the potential for chronic health hazards to children.
Under regulations of the Federal Hazardous Substances Act, these substances already are required to carry the hazard warning: "harmful or fatal if swallowed.
The Federal Hazardous Substances Act requires manufacturers to label anything that may be acutely hazardous; and since 1983 many manufacturers of fine arts supplies have voluntarily used a chronic hazard label certified by the Arts and Crafts Materials Institute.
Further work by CBP determined the items were being imported contrary to law and led to the seizure of 720 retail units of four-piece Light Dive Sticks for violation of the Federal Hazardous Substances Act, 900 retail units of Bubble Gun with Lights and 1,500 retail units of 22-inch Water Cannons for violation of the Consumer Product Safety Act.
The study, which catalogs product ingredients but does not scientifically evaluate results from exposure to those ingredients, attempts to falsely imply that products regulated under the Federal Hazardous Substances Act might be connected to adverse health effects, according to the CSPA.
Hazard and precautionary labeling practices are strictly regulated by OSHA under its Hazard Communication Standard (Industrial Products), the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) under the Federal Hazardous Substances Act (Consumer Products), and by the U.
Stevenson's letter pointed out that in making an "unreasonable risk" finding under the Federal Hazardous Substances Act (FHSA), Commissioners should look to legal precedent.
The Federal Hazardous Substances Act provides for size testing of objects intended for use by young children.
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