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Information Collection on Baby Bouncers, Walker-Jumpers Proposed for Extension

Tuesday, February 02, 2016
Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg Trade Report

The Consumer Product Safety Commission is accepting through March 3 comments on a proposal recently sent to the Office of Management and Budget to extend an information collection relating to children’s articles known as baby bouncers and walker-jumpers. These items are banned if they are designed in such a way that exposed parts present hazards such as amputation, crushing, laceration, fracture, hematoma, bruise or other injury to fingers, toes or other parts of the anatomy of young children. An exemption from the ban is provided if the products are designed to guard against or prevent those injuries. CPSC regulations require manufacturers, including importers, to meet the collection of information requirements for labeling and recordkeeping requirements.

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