ATV Safety Summit: Welcome

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CPSC's Jay Howell welcomes participants to the agency's two-day summit on ATV safety by talking about the deaths and injuries associated by these products.

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ATV Safety Summit: Welcome

  1. 1. U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission Welcome to theATV Safety Summit October 11 – 12, 2012
  2. 2. Source: U.S. CPSC Directorate for EpidemiologyThis slide was prepared by CPSC staff, has notbeen reviewed or approved by, and may not reflect the views of, the Commission.
  3. 3. Sources: U.S. CPSC Directorate for Epidemiology and Directorate for Economics Estimated Annual Societal Costs $10.3BThis slide was prepared by CPSC staff, has notbeen reviewed or approved by, and may not reflect the views of, the Commission.
  4. 4. Rules of Conduct• We will be respectful of each other.• This summit is all about developing a dialogue. • We will speak to each other, not at each other. • We will keep an open mind.• We will focus on new developments and new information.• This summit is not a forum for the airing of grievances.• These meetings will be recorded and webcast and part of the public record.• CPSC staff are here to encourage all stakeholders to find common ground to advance ATV safety; however, CPSC staff are not soliciting or accepting any advice from the group as a whole.• CPSC staff encourage all interested parties to submit relevant comments through regulations.gov by November 14, 2012.• The inclusion of any panelist, product, technology, or data should not be interpreted as endorsement or approval of the views by either the Commission or staff.
  5. 5. U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission Welcome to theATV Safety Summit October 11 – 12, 2012

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