6(b) Information Disclosure - CPSC's Coming Changes
March 19, 2014
CPSC is altering its 6(b) regulations. This section of the Consumer Product Safety Act governs what information the agency can release about companies. Among the many changes:
- Companies will bear more burdens in justifying their desires to block disclosure.
- Companies could have a harder time keeping track of what CPSC releases.
- CPSC will be freer to release certain categories of information.
What do these and other changes mean to you? Which should have you most worried? How can you plan for them? Product Safety Letter has assembled a panel of experts who will delve into these issues.
Cheryl Falvey is one of the presenters at this event.
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