CPSC Publishes Safety Standard for Children’s Folding Chairs and Stools in Federal Register
On December 8, 2017, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) voted in favor of approving 16 CFR 1232, Safety Standard for Children’s Folding Chairs and Stools. The Final Rules were published in the Federal Register on December 15, 2017.By Bureau Veritas Technical Services 1 minute read
The final rules will become effective June 15, 2018 and will apply to products manufactured or imported on or after the effective date.
A child’s folding chair or stool is defined as a chair or stool intended to be used by a single child who can get in and get out of the product unassisted, with a seat height 15 in. or less, with or without a rocking base that can be folded for transport or storage.
The final rules adopt ASTM F2613-17a, Standard Consumer Safety Specification Children’s Folding Chairs and Stools.
To view the final rules for children’s folding chairs and stools:
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