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  • Food Service Workers Face Machine-Related Dangers

    The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) projects that employment in the food and beverage industry will grow by 17% from 2020-2030, which is faster than the average growth rate in all other industries. With more than one million positions available annually, the industry is undoubtedly a booming one. While many food and beverage sales positions[…]


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    CPSC Sues Amazon for Selling Unsafe Products

    In a bold legal move, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) is suing Amazon in order to force the company to conduct a large-scale recall of hazardous products that it sells on its website. While the lawsuit is a step in the right direction for protecting millions of consumers from dangerous and defective products, the[…]


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    New Federal Infant Sleep Safety Standard

    A Consumer Reports analysis determined that inclined sleepers have been the culprits in at least 92 deaths and more than 1,000 incidents (some of which resulted in serious injuries) among young children. Inclined sleepers create an array of catastrophic hazards: chiefly, that they position an infant’s body at an upward angle between 10 and 30[…]


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    Peloton Concedes to Recall Treadmills after a Child Dies

    When the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) first issued its urgent warning to consumers to stop using Peloton’s Tread and Tread+ treadmills last month, Peloton refused voluntarily to recall its products. The company even went so far as to call the CPSC’s warning “inaccurate and misleading”. However, in response to the whirlwind of negative publicity[…]


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    Injuries and Deaths Associated with E-Cigarettes

    Despite observing a slow decline in hospitalizations and deaths related to e-cigarettes and other vape products (such as devices that contain THC), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) are reminding consumers to stay vigilant and to avoid vaping devices that contain vitamin E acetate. Though vitamin E is generally safe to ingest as[…]


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