Agency Information Collection Activities; Proposed Collection; Comment  Request; Durable Nursery Products
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Federal Register/Vol. 75, No. 160/Thursday, August 19, 2010/Notices 51245 firm or SME) is $350. Expenses for later than October 15, 2010. CS Mexico instructions for submitting comments. travel to Mexico City, lodging, most City will review all applications To ensure timely processing of meals, and incidentals will be the immediately after the deadline. We will comments, the Commission is no longer responsibility of each mission inform applicants of selection decisions accepting comments submitted by participant. However, the roundtrip bus as soon as possible after October 15, electronic mail (e-mail) except through from Mexico City to Veracruz will be 2010. Applications received after that www.regulations.gov. covered by the participation fee. date will be considered only if space Written Submissions and scheduling constraints permit. Conditions for Participation Submit written submissions in the Contacts • An applicant must submit a following way: completed and signed mission U.S. Commercial Service Mexico Mail/Hand delivery/Courier (for application and supplemental paper, disk, or CD–ROM submissions), Contacts: application materials, including preferably in five copies, to: Office of Ms. Dinah McDougall, U.S. Commercial adequate information on the company’s the Secretary, Consumer Product Safety Service Mexico, Tel: (011–52–55) products and/or services, primary Commission, Room 502, 4330 East West 5140–2620, market objectives, and goals for Highway, ...

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Federal Register/Vol. 75, No. 160/Thursday, August 19, 2010/Notices 51245
firm or SME) is $350. Expenses for later than October 15, 2010. CS Mexico instructions for submitting comments.
travel to Mexico City, lodging, most City will review all applications To ensure timely processing of
meals, and incidentals will be the immediately after the deadline. We will comments, the Commission is no longer
responsibility of each mission inform applicants of selection decisions accepting comments submitted by
participant. However, the roundtrip bus as soon as possible after October 15, electronic mail (e-mail) except through
from Mexico City to Veracruz will be 2010. Applications received after that www.regulations.gov.
covered by the participation fee. date will be considered only if space
Written Submissions and scheduling constraints permit.
Conditions for Participation
Submit written submissions in the Contacts
• An applicant must submit a following way:
completed and signed mission U.S. Commercial Service Mexico Mail/Hand delivery/Courier (for
application and supplemental paper, disk, or CD–ROM submissions), Contacts:
application materials, including preferably in five copies, to: Office of
Ms. Dinah McDougall, U.S. Commercial adequate information on the company’s the Secretary, Consumer Product Safety
Service Mexico, Tel: (011–52–55) products and/or services, primary Commission, Room 502, 4330 East West
5140–2620, market objectives, and goals for Highway, Bethesda, MD 20814;
dinah.mcdougall@trade.gov. participation. If the U.S. Department of telephone (301) 504–7923.
Ms. Alicia Herrera, U.S. Commercial Commerce receives an incomplete Instructions: All submissions received application, the Department may reject must include the agency name and 5140–2629, Alicia.herrera@trade.gov. the application, request additional docket number for this notice. All
information, or take the lack of Ryan Kane, comments received may be posted
information into account when
Global Trade Programs, Commercial Service without change, including any personal
evaluating the applications. Trade Missions Program. identifiers, contact information, or other
• Each applicant must also certify
[FR Doc. 2010–20535 Filed 8–18–10; 8:45 am] personal information provided, to
that the products and services it seeks
http://www.regulations.gov. Do not BILLING CODE 3510–DS–P to export through the mission are either
submit confidential business
produced in the United States, or, if not,
information, trade secret information, or
marketed under the name of a U.S. firm
other sensitive or protected information CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY and have at least fifty-one percent U.S.
electronically. Such information should COMMISSION content.
be submitted in writing.
[Docket No. CPSC–2010–0088] Selection Criteria for Participation Docket: For access to the docket to
read background documents or Selection will be based on the Agency Information Collection
comments received, go to http:// following criteria: Activities; Proposed Collection;
www.regulations.gov. A copy of the
• Suitability of a company’s products Comment Request; Durable Nursery
draft survey is available at http:// or services to the mission’s goals Products Exposure Survey
www.regulations.gov under Docket No.
• Applicant’s potential for business
AGENCY: Consumer Product Safety CPSC–2010–0088, Supporting and in Mexico, including likelihood of
Commission. Related Materials. exports resulting from the trade mission
• Consistency of the applicant’s goals ACTION: Notice. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
and objectives with the stated scope of Linda L. Glatz, Division of Policy and
SUMMARY: The Consumer Product Safety the trade mission (i.e., the sectors Planning, Office of Information Commission (‘‘CPSC’’ or ‘‘Commission’’) indicated in the mission description) Technology, Consumer Product Safety is announcing an opportunity for public Referrals from political organizations Commission, 4330 East West Highway, comment on the proposed collection of and any documents containing Bethesda, MD 20814, (301) 504–7671. certain information by the agency. references to partisan political activities lglatz@cpsc.gov. Under the Paperwork Reduction Act of (including political contributions) will
1995 (‘‘the PRA’’), Federal agencies are SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Under the be removed from an applicant’s
required to publish notice in the PRA (44 U.S.C. 3501–3520), Federal submission and not considered during
Federal Register concerning each agencies must obtain approval from the the selection process.
proposed collection of information and Office of Management and Budget
Timeframe for Recruitment and to allow 60 days for public comment in (‘‘OMB’’) for each collection of
Applications response to the notice. This notice information they conduct or sponsor.
solicits comments on a draft survey ‘‘Collection of information’’ is defined in Mission recruitment will be
regarding ownership and use 44 U.S.C. 3502(3) and 5 CFR 1320.3(c) conducted in an open and public
characteristics of durable infant or and includes agency requests or manner, including publication in the
toddler products. requirements that members of the public Federal Register, posting on the
submit reports, keep records, or provide Commerce Department trade mission DATES: Submit written or electronic
information to a third party. Section calendar (http://www.ita.doc.gov/ comments on the collection of
3506(c)(2)(A) of the PRA (44 U.S.C. doctm/tmcal.html) and other Internet information by October 18, 2010.
3506(c)(2)(A)) requires Federal agencies Web sites, press releases to general and ADDRESSES: You may submit comments,
to provide a 60-day notice in the trade media, direct mail, the Maritime identified by Docket No. CPSC–2010–
Federal Register concerning each Technologies Team, industry trade 0088, by any of the following methods:
proposed collection of information associations and other multiplier
Electronic Submissions before submitting the collection to OMB groups, and publicity at industry
for approval. To comply with this meetings, symposia, conferences, and Submit electronic comments in the
requirement, the CPSC is publishing trade shows. following way:
Recruitment for the mission will notice of the proposed collection of Federal eRulemaking Portal: http://
begin immediately and conclude no www.regulations.gov. Follow the information set forth in this document.
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With respect to the following those products. The information burden for all respondents is 2,425.92
collection of information, the CPSC collected from the DNPES will help hours, rounded up to 2,426 hours. The
invites comments on these topics: (1) inform the Commission’s evaluation of total cost to the respondents for the total
Whether the proposed collection of consumer products and product use by burden is estimated to be $66,520.92,
information is necessary for the proper providing insight and information into rounded up to $66,521, based on an
performance of CPSC’s functions, consumer perceptions and usage hourly rate of $27.42 (all workers in
including whether the information will patterns. In addition to assisting the private industry in Table 9 of the
have practical utility; (2) the accuracy of Commission’s rulemaking efforts, such December 2009 Employer Costs for
CPSC’s estimate of the burden of the information will also support ongoing Employee Compensation, Bureau of
proposed collection of information, voluntary standards activities in which Labor Statistics).
the Commission participates, including the validity of the The estimated cost to the Federal
methodology and assumptions used; (3) compliance and enforcement efforts as Government is $1,026,763. Since the
ways to enhance the quality, utility, and well as information and education study extends over three years,
clarity of the information to be campaigns. The data also will help however, the estimated annualized cost
collected; and (4) ways to minimize the identify consumer safety issues that of the information collection
burden of the collection of information need additional research. requirements to the government is
on respondents, including through the Understanding better how these $342,254.33, rounded down to
use of automated collection techniques, products are used by consumers will $342,254, for the three year period. This
when appropriate, and other forms of help the Commission address potential sum includes contractors to implement
information technology. hazards and assess the sufficiency of and conduct the DNPES survey
On August 14, 2008, the Consumer current voluntary standards. ($729,093), 21 staff months ($297,670) at
Product Safety Improvement Act Before the mail paper screener is sent an average level of GS–14 step 5
(‘‘CPSIA’’) (Pub. L. 110–314) was out, a small group of respondents (37) ((($119,238/.701) ÷ 12 months) × 21
from different backgrounds (including enacted. Section 104 of the CPSIA months), using a 70.1 percent ratio of
(referred to as the ‘‘the Danny Keysar both English and Spanish speakers) will wages and salary to total compensation
Child Product Safety Notification Act’’) be asked to participate in cognitive from Table 1 of the December 2009
(15 U.S.C. 2056a), requires the testing (for the telephone survey) or Employer Costs for Employee
Commission to study and develop safety usability testing (for the Web version of Compensation, published on the Bureau
standards for infant and toddler the survey) to provide extensive of Labor Statistics.
products. Such durable infant and feedback regarding the clarity of specific
Dated: August 13, 2010. toddler products include, but are not questions. Results of the cognitive and
Todd A. Stevenson, limited to: Full-size cribs and non full- usability testing will be used to revise
Secretary, Consumer Product Safety size cribs; toddler beds; high chairs, the survey instruments, but will not be
Commission. included in the survey results for the booster chairs, and hook-on chairs; bath
[FR Doc. 2010–20596 Filed 8–18–10; 8:45 am] seats; gates and other enclosures for main data collection. Following the
confining a child; play yards; stationary testing, a mail paper screener will be BILLING CODE 6355–01–P
activity centers; infant carriers; strollers; sent to 16,667 families to determine
walkers; swings; and bassinets and whether sampled respondents are
CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY cradles. The Commission is required to eligible for full DNPES participation.
COMMISSION evaluate the currently existing voluntary Eligible respondents who have children
standards for durable infant or toddler aged 0–5 in their household will have [Docket No. CPSC–2010–0087]
products and promulgate a mandatory Web and computer-assisted telephone
standard substantially the same as, or interviewing (‘‘CATI’’) survey options for Petition Requesting Regulations
completing the full extended DNPES. more stringent than, the applicable Restricting Cadmium in Children’s
voluntary standard. The DNPES will include approximately Products
In evaluating the current voluntary 24 categories with questions about
AGENCY: Consumer Product Safety standards, the CPSC staff requires different infant or toddler products, but
Commission. certain additional data to assess the each respondent will be limited to a
ACTION: Notice. potential future impacts of the CPSIA maximum of four categories. The CATI
mandatory efforts on durable infant and and Web programs will also ensure that
SUMMARY: The Consumer Product Safety
toddler products. The draft Durable each respondent’s questions are limited Commission (‘‘Commission’’ or ‘‘CPSC’’)
Nursery Products Exposure Survey to the portions of the survey for which has received a petition requesting
(‘‘DNPES’’ or ‘‘survey’’) is a national they have been selected. standards restricting cadmium in
probability sample of households with We estimate the burden of this
children’s products, especially toy metal
children five years old and under collection of information as follows.
jewelry. The Commission invites
designed to determine the prevalence of Each cognitive interview or usability
written comments concerning the durable infant and toddler product test will take approximately one hour
petition. ownership in households, as well as the for an estimated total of 37 burden
frequency and manner of use of such hours. The initial mail paper screener DATES: The Office of the Secretary must
products. In particular, the survey will for the main data collection will be sent receive comments on the petition by
seek information regarding ownership to approximately 16,667 households October 18, 2010.
characteristics, the life cycle of the and will take approximately five ADDRESSES: You may submit comments,
products, and consumer behaviors and minutes (.0833 hours) to complete. An identified by Docket No. CPSC–2010–
perceptions regarding such products. estimated 2,000 eligible repondants will 0087, by any of the following methods:
The survey will gather information on be selected for telephone extended Submit electronic comments in the
the characteristics and usage patterns of interviews (1,500 respondents) or Web following way:
24 categories of durable infant or surveys (500 respondents) and each will Federal eRulemaking Portal: http://
toddler products and solicit information take approximately 30 minutes (.5 www.regulations.gov. Follow the
on accidents or injuries associated with hours) to complete. The total estimated instructions for submitting comments.
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