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Fire Safety

A Flame Arrester is a device that allows gas to flow through it, but it stops fuel combustion by extinguishing flames to prevent large fires or explosions. Not Your Turn to Burn – is dedicated to Burn Researchers, the Healthcare Community and Advocates of Flame Arresters.  To learn more, please visit their website at:

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Product Safety Letter

See the latest news in the Product Safety Letter, an independent weekly newsletter addressing consumer product safety regulations, legislation and standards. · Ongoing CPSC Age-Grading Research Focuses on 55 Product Types · CPSC Puts Cribs Regulations in Line for Small Business Review · CPSC Targets Whole Class in Multiple Recalls of Inclined Sleepers · CPSC Gets Two Early Comments after Crib Bumper Forum To learn more or subscribe, visit:

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The quest for a better, safer bicycle helmet

Whether helmet use should be mandatory for bicycle riders is a heated topic. You’re undoubtedly better off wearing a helmet if an accident occurs, and the importance of wearing a helmet increases with the significance of the accident. But while helmets have come a long way since the strappy leather head coverings some cyclists wore before the 1970s, they still don’t do much to protect us from concussions. Helmet experts are calling for radically new designs to improve safety. Read the full article here.

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