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CPSACommission for Public Service Appointments (Ireland)
CPSAConsumer Product Safety Act
CPSACanadian Professional Sales Association
CPSACanadian Political Science Association
CPSAColored Pencil Society of America
CPSAClay Pigeon Shooting Association (UK)
CPSACollege of Physicians and Surgeons of Alberta (Canada)
CPSACommunist Party of South Africa
CPSAContent Protection System Architecture
CPSACivil and Public Services Association
CPSACyber Protection Supply Arrangement (Canada)
CPSAChemical and Pharmaceutical Structure Analysis (pharmaceutical bioanalysis)
CPSACuban Philatelic Society of America
CPSACollege Preparatory School of America (Lombard, Illinois, USA)
CPSAChristchurch Polytechnic Students' Association (New Zealand)
CPSAChecks Payment Systems Association
CPSACertified Professional Strategic Advisor (Category Management Association)
CPSACalifornia Peer Support Association (La Mesa, CA)
CPSACertified PACS System Analyst (PACS Administrators Registry and Certification Association)
CPSAChicago Paintball Sports Association
CPSAChurch of the Province in South Africa
CPSACounter Proliferation and Strategic Analysis (US Treasury)
CPSACertified Platespin Systems Administrator
CPSACertified PACS System Administrator
CPSACable Penetration Seal Assembly (Bellcore)
CPSACenter for Palladian Studies in America (Richmond, VA)
CPSACertified Practicing Safety Administrator
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When the commission found that an estimated 20 million Americans were injured annually by consumer products--and approximately 30,000 were killed--Congress established the CPSC when it passed the Consumer Product Safety Act of 1972.
The Consumer Product Safety Act of 1972 requires retailers to report products that could be unsafe, but manufacturers have been the main focus of CPSC attention.
Canada's Consumer Product Safety Act, C-52, will create prohibitions with respect to the manufacturing, importing, selling, advertising, packaging, and labelling of consumer products--with particular emphasis on those that are a danger to human health and/or safety.
In agreeing to settle the matter, Hamilton Beach denies that it violated the Consumer Product Safety Act under the allegations.
Such a review could encompass 19 regulations under the Consumer Product Safety Act (CPSA), 42 rules under the Federal Hazardous Substances Act (FHSA), 7 more rules under the FHSA and 31 rules under the Poison Prevention Packaging Act (PPPA).
Rader could answer questions about the recall process in general, he told me, but statutes in the Consumer Product Safety Act prohibited him from revealing any information about the Playskool Travel-Lite crib.
Fisher-Price denies the allegations and says it did not knowingly violate the Consumer Product Safety Act, which requires that potential product hazards be reported to CPSC.
By legislative fiat, cigarettes were exclude d from the Consumer Product Safety Act and the Fair Labeling and Packaging Act.
The goal of that program, as declared by Congress in the Consumer Product Safety Act, was to reduce injuries associated with products intended for home and recreation that presented an unreasonable risk of injury.
In addition, Canada's Consumer Product Safety Program released more bulletins providing industry guidance on the manner in which Canada's Consumer Product Safety Act will be applied.
(18.) Consumer Product Safety Act, Pubhc Law 92-573, 86 Stat 1207(1972).
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