Public Hearing: Agenda and Priorities for Fiscal Year 2014

June 20, 2012
The Consumer Product Safety Commission holds an annual public hearing for interested stakeholders to tell CPSC what they think the agency should work on in Fiscal Year 2014.
FY 2012 Operating Plan and Lab Withdrawal, Codification and Audit Provisions

March 28, 2012
The CPSC Commission votes on the 2012 Fiscal Year Operating Plan. In addition, CPSC staff briefs the commission on the lab withdrawal , codification and audit provisions notice of proposed rulemaking.
CPSC Commission Vote on Children's Portable Bed Rails Federal Standard

February 22, 2012
The CPSC Commission votes to adopt a new federal standard to make portable bed rails safer for children.
F963-11 Vote and FY2012 Operating Plan Proposal: Part 1

February 15, 2012
The CPSC Commission votes on a new version of the federal toy safety standard. The Commission then discusses the FY2012 operating plan proposal.
F963-11 Vote and FY2012 Operating Plan Proposal: Part 2

February 15, 2012
The CPSC Commission votes on a new version of the federal toy safety standard. The Commission then discusses the FY2012 operating plan proposal.
Infant Swings and ASTM F963 Updates

February 08, 2012
The CPSC Commission votes on the draft notice of proposed rulemaking for infant swings. Staff then briefs the Commission on a 2011 update to ASTM F963, the basis for the federal toy safety standard.
Portable Bed Rail Hazards Proposed Rule

February 08, 2012
CPSC staff briefs the Commission on the draft final rule rule for children's portable bed rails.
Public Hearing on Alternative Test Requirements for Small Batch Manufacturers: Part 1

October 26, 2011
Public Hearing on Alternative Test Requirements for Small Batch Manufacturers: Part 2

October 26, 2011
A second panel of small business experts discuss how testing rules affect small businesses.
CPSC Commission Votes on Independent Third-Party Testing of Children's Products

October 19, 2011
The Commission votes to approve new third-party testing rules for domestic manufacturers, importers and private labelers. These firms will be required to test and certify that their children's products comply with U.S. product safety standards as required in CPSIA.