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Are you a community leader? A volunteer? A mentor to a child? If so, you are already having a positive and lasting impact on your community. But, there is another simple step that we would like you to take to help improve the lives of families in your community: Join the Neighborhood Safety Network!
Every two weeks, a child dies when a TV, an appliance or piece of furniture falls on him or her. Every month, a child is strangled in a window covering. Every year, 300 kids younger than five (…)Read More May 12
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Are your smoke and carbon monoxide alarms working?
We at the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) urge you to check your alarms this weekend when you set your clocks one hour ahead for Daylight Saving Time. Daylight Saving Time starts on Sunday at 2 a.m.
This is a great time to put fresh batteries in your alarms. Smoke and carbon monoxide (CO) alarms do an important job of giving you and your family time to escape a fire or CO poisoning incident, but only if they (…)Read More Mar 6
Thomas Hill Moore
“It has been my privilege to work with an extremely dedicated CPSC staff.”
Considered a fierce advocate for the consumer and CPSC staff, Commissioner Thomas Hill Moore was the longest serving Commissioner in agency history. Moore served on the Commission from 1995 until 2011. During his tenure, he also served as Acting Chairman on two occasions. His dedication, especially to the safety of children, was recognized by both sides of the aisle, as he was appointed by a Democratic (…)Read More Feb 27
“I will devote my full energies to ensuring that the Commission enforces the product safety laws…”
Mrs. Jacqueline Jones-Smith was confirmed by the Senate in 1989 to serve as the sixth Chairman in the Commission’s history. During her tenure, she led an effort to ban infant cushions involved in the deaths of several children. Jones-Smith directed agency staff to work closely with industry on voluntary standards for chain saws and hair dryers and nearly 60 million (…)Read More Feb 26
Judge Saundra Brown Armstrong
The breadth of Judge Saundra Brown Armstrong’s accomplishments exemplified her ability to break down racial and gender barriers. In 1970, she became the first African American policewoman, and one of only seven policewomen in the Oakland, California police department. Three years later, she advocated for and was instrumental in the creation of equal hiring practices for women in the City of Oakland Police Department.
From 1983 to 1986, Armstrong held a number of (…)Read More Feb 26