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Info Collections on Exports, Lighters, Kiwi Fruit Imports Under Review

Thursday, May 15, 2014
Sandler, Travis & Rosenberg Trade Report

CPSC. The Consumer Product Safety Commission is inviting comments through June 16 on the proposed extension of the following information collections.

Procedures for the Export of Noncomplying Products – Exporters must follow specified procedures to notify the CPSC of their intent to export products that are banned or fail to comply with an applicable CPSC safety standard, regulation or statute. Respondents must comply with the requirements in 16 CFR part 1019 and file a statement with the CPSC in accordance with these requirements.

Safety Standard for Multi-Purpose Lighters – This standard includes requirements that manufacturers (including importers) of multi-purpose lighters issue certificates of compliance based on a reasonable testing program and maintain certain records.

USDA. The Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service is requesting comments through June 16 on information collections associated with the following.

Export Certification, Accreditation of Non-Government Facilities – APHIS collects information for applications submitted by an operator/owner of a non-government facility seeking accreditation to conduct laboratory testing or phytosanitary inspection. The application should contain the legal name and full address of the facility, the name, address, telephone and fax numbers of the facility’s operator, a description of the facility, and a description of the specific laboratory testing or phytosanitary inspection services for which the facility is seeking accreditation.

Importation of Fresh Baby Kiwi Fruit from Chile Under a Systems Approach – Information collections include phytosanitary certificates, production site registration, and labeling of field cartons or containers.

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