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TITLE 16—Commercial Practices

CHAPTER II—CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY COMMISSION

SUBCHAPTER C—FEDERAL HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES ACT REGULATIONS

PART 1500—HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES AND ARTICLES; ADMINISTRATION AND ENFORCEMENT REGULATIONS

rule
§1500.1
Scope of subchapter.
§1500.2
Authority.
§1500.3
Definitions.
§1500.4
Human experience with hazardous substances.
§1500.5
Hazardous mixtures.
§1500.12
Products declared to be hazardous substances under section 3(a) of the act.
§1500.13
Listing of “strong sensitizer” substances.
§1500.14
Products requiring special labeling under section 3(b) of the act.
§1500.15
Labeling of fire extinguishers.
§1500.17
Banned hazardous substances.
§1500.18
Banned toys and other banned articles intended for use by children.
§1500.19
Misbranded toys and other articles intended for use by children.
§1500.20
Labeling requirement for advertising toys and games.
§1500.40
Method of testing toxic substances.
§1500.41
Method of testing primary irritant substances.
§1500.42
Test for eye irritants.
§1500.43
Method of test for flashpoint of volatile flammable materials by Tagliabue open-cup apparatus.
§1500.43a
Method of test for flashpoint of volatile flammable materials.
§1500.44
Method for determining extremely flammable and flammable solids.
§1500.45
Method for determining extremely flammable and flammable contents of self-pressurized containers.
§1500.46
Method for determining flashpoint of extremely flammable contents of self-pressurized containers.
§1500.48
Technical requirements for determining a sharp point in toys and other articles intended for use by children under 8 years of age.
§1500.49
Technical requirements for determining a sharp metal or glass edge in toys and other articles intended for use by children under 8 years of age.
§1500.50
Test methods for simulating use and abuse of toys and other articles intended for use by children.
§1500.51
Test methods for simulating use and abuse of toys and other articles intended for use by children 18 months of age or less.
§1500.52
Test methods for simulating use and abuse of toys and other articles intended for use by children over 18 but not over 36 months of age.
§1500.53
Test methods for simulating use and abuse of toys and other articles intended for use by children over 36 but not over 96 months of age.
§1500.81
Exemptions for food, drugs, cosmetics, and fuels.
§1500.82
Exemption from full labeling and other requirements.
§1500.83
Exemptions for small packages, minor hazards, and special circumstances.
§1500.85
Exemptions from classification as banned hazardous substances.
§1500.86
Exemptions from classification as a banned toy or other banned article for use by children.
§1500.87
Children's products containing lead: inaccessible component parts.
§1500.88
Exemptions from lead limits under section 101 of the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act for certain electronic devices.
§1500.89
Procedures and requirements for determinations regarding lead content of materials or products under section 101(a) of the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act.
§1500.90
Procedures and requirements for exclusions from lead limits under section 101(b) of the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act.
§1500.91
Determinations regarding lead content for certain materials or products under section 101 of the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act.
§1500.121
Labeling requirements; prominence, placement, and conspicuousness.
§1500.122
Deceptive use of disclaimers.
§1500.123
Condensation of label information.
§1500.125
Labeling requirements for accompanying literature.
§1500.126
Substances determined to be “special hazards.”
§1500.127
Substances with multiple hazards.
§1500.128
Label comment.
§1500.129
Substances named in the Federal Caustic Poison Act.
§1500.130
Self-pressurized containers: labeling.
§1500.133
Extremely flammable contact adhesives; labeling.
§1500.134
Policy on first aid labeling for saline emesis.
§1500.135
Summary of guidelines for determining chronic toxicity.
§1500.210
Responsibility.
§1500.211
Guaranty.
§1500.212
Definition of guaranty; suggested forms.
§1500.213
Presentation of views under section 7 of the act.
§1500.214
Examinations and investigations; samples.
§1500.230
Guidance for lead (Pb) in consumer products.
§1500.231
Guidance for hazardous liquid chemicals in children's products.
§1500.232
Statement on animal testing policy.

Imports

§1500.265
Imports; definitions.
§1500.266
Notice of sampling.
§1500.267
Payment for samples.
§1500.268
Hearing.
§1500.269
Application for authorization.
§1500.270
Granting of authorization.
§1500.271
Bonds.
§1500.272
Costs chargeable in connection with relabeling and reconditioning inadmissible imports.


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