At the Consumer Specialty Products Association's (CSPA) conference, "The Consumer Product Safety Commission From A to Z (And Beyond)," keynote speaker Inez Tenenbaum, chairman of the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), announced that the Commission will open a new office of education, global outreach and small business ombudsman as a sign of the agency's commitment to being accessible to the public.
What does CPSC stand for?
CPSC stands for Consumer Product Safety Commission (US)
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We have 82 other meanings of CPSC in our Acronym Attic
- Central Penn Saab Club (car club; est. 1985)
- Centre for Promotion of Social Concerns (India)
- Cerebral Palsy Support Foundation of Canada (est. 2004)
- Certified Professional Sheet Metal Contractor (Florida Roofing, Sheet Metal & Air Conditioning Contractors Association, Inc.)
- Certified Professional Soil Classifier
- Chemical Processing Safety Committee
- Civilian Public Service Camp (World War II)
- Colombo Plan Staff College (regional center)
- Computer Science (course)
- Computer Services Center
- Contingency Planning Support Capability
- Center for Political Studies and Comparative Analysis (Bucharest, Romania; think tank; est. 1992)
- Chocolate Pointed Siamese Cat Club (UK; est. 1954)
- Center for Public Service and Community Engagement (Indiana State University)
- Cooper Power Systems Components & Power Equipment
- Child Protective Services Central Registry
- Canadian Port State Control System (Transport Canada)
- Cambridge Public School District (Cambridge, MA)
- Clover Park School District (Washington)
- Commodore Perry School District (Hadley, PA)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Consumer Product Safety Commission, formaldehyde emissions can cause eye and throat irritation, allergic reactions and possibly cancer.
Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) to visit China.
Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) in 1991 reported that more than 100,000 cases of facial trauma occurred in children younger than 14 years while they participated in sports activities.
Although most autopsy reports concluded they had died of sudden infant-death syndrome (SIDS), the Consumer Product Safety Commission nonetheless recalled the infant bean-bags last year, citing them as a potential asphyxiation hazard.