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Child-resistant packaging

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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Consumer Product Safety Commission forwards a briefing package to its commissioners on changes to the adult component of the child- resistant package test protocol to "determine whether public comment is warranted." The commissioners are expected to vote following a Feb. 3 CPSC-sponsored public meeting to discuss the changes. The changes include dividing the 60-75 year age group into three groups; distributing the participants within the three groups and weighting the groups to minimize variability; and developing a sequential test scheme. The briefing package recommends a 30-day comment period. A final rule is scheduled to be presented to the Commission in the fourth quarter of fiscal 1994, CPSC says. CPSC's initial proposal to amend the requirement for CRPs was issued in October 1990
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