PPAI Speaking On Your Behalf

Want to know what we're telling our elected officials about product safety? Read on for the comments and petitions submitted by PPAI on behalf of the industry.

PPAI Petitions Health Canada on CCPSA Writing Instrument Exemption

PPAI Comments To CPSC Regarding Alternative Testing Requirements For Small-Batch Manufacturers 
 
PPAI Comments To CPSC Regarding Technological Feasibility Of 100 ppm For Lead Content

NAM/PPAI Comments To CPSC On Children's Product Definition

PPAI Comments To CPSC Regarding Tracking Labels
In response to the CPSC’s request for comments to the requirements for tracking labels for children’s products, the Promotional Products Association International (PPAI) offers the following observations about the impact on our industry.

NAM/PPAI Request For Continuation Of Stay Of Enforcement  

NAM/PPAI Tracking Label Stay Request

NAM/PPAI Tracking Label Petition
PPAI has joined the petition filed by the National Association of Manufacturers (NAM) CPSC Coalition, dated March 25, 2009, asking the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) for a one-year emergency stay of enforcement on the tracking label provision of the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA), until August 14, 2010.

NAM/PPAI CPSC Petition

PPAI Writing Instrument Letter Of Support

PPAI Sends Comments On Lead Content Limits To CPSC  
In response to the Consumer Product Safety Commission’s (CPSC) request for comments regarding the technological feasibility of 100ppm for lead content, Promotional Products Association International (PPAI) offers the following observations about the impact on our industry.

NAM/PPAI CPSC Coalition Letter To U.S. Senate
The National Association of Manufacturers Consumer Product Safety Commission Coalition, which PPAI is a member of, recently addressed its concerns with Senate Bill S. 2663 in a letter to U.S. Senate leaders.

NAM/PPAI Review CPSIA Implementation

CPSC Commentary On Pens
In a statement issued yesterday, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) confirmed that the vast majority of pens are not likely to be children’s products and would not be subject to the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) requirements.

PPAI Writing Instrument Petition Release
PPAI has joined the petition filed by the Writing Instrument Manufacturers Association (WIMA), dated February 9, 2009, requesting that pen point components be excluded from compliance with Section 101 of the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA).

This information is being furnished by PPAI for educational and informational purposes only. The Association makes no warranties or representations about specific dates, coverage or application. Consult with appropriate legal counsel about the specific application of the law to your business and products. 



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