FHSA


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FHSAFederal Hazardous Substances Act
FHSAFirst Home Saver Account (Australia)
FHSAFamily Health Service Authority
FHSAFamily History Society of Arizona
FHSAFlorida Home Studies and Adoption
FHSAFederal Highway Safety Act
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For example, rules issued under the FFA preempt nonidentical "standards or regulations," (256) rules issued under the PPPA preempt nonidentical "special packaging standards," (257) and rules issued under the FHSA preempt nonidentical "requirements." (258) Several of these rules also mention that, although the CPSC is not bound by E.O.
The CPSIA expands this provision require recalls of products that fail to comply with other rules, regulations, standards, or bans CPSC enforces under other statutes, for example the FHSA (and therefore the lead ban).
These FHSAs only survived for six years before disappearing back into Health Authorities.
Therefore, Medtronic directly applies to a range of other federal statutes with similar preemption provisions, such as FIFRA and FHSA.
Almost a year later, in May 1993, the FHSA received yet another written complaint about Dr Lustman - but it was five months before health chiefs decided to take any action.
This labeling requirement went into effect November 1990 as an amendment to the Federal Hazardous Substances Act (FHSA).
The fund itself is negotiated annually by the practice and the FHSA. For the fiscal year 1994-95, the practice received [pound]1,342,439 ($2,074,068), or [pound]181.42 ($280.29) per registered patient.
Traditionally GPs were self-employed contractors, not controlled by - either DHA or FHSA (family health service authority).
In addition to these demands a strong emphasis on preventive medicine requires general practitioners to do more of their work in preventive clinics of their own devising[15, 16] plus fulfil the administrative statutory requirements for submission of a medical audit to the Family Health Service Authority (FHSA).
Allenby holds that California's Proposition 65, which requires businesses to give "warning" to the public, is not preempted by labeling restrictions in the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA), and the Federal Hazardous Substances Act (FHSA).
Nor did it apply to many standards, bans and other requirements under the other laws that Congress transferred to the CPSC with the passage of CPSIA, including the FHSA, FFA, PPPA or RSA.
* Understand the product safety consideration for consumer products subject to the Federal Hazardous Substances Act (FHSA)