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Office of the Secretary Consumer Product Safety Commission Washington, IX 20207-3000 1

COMMENT REGARDING ANPR ON BUNK BEDS
Commissioner, I am writing in regard to the advanced notice of rule making pertaining to bunk beds. I truly feel that g,oing forward with the mandatory standard in the design and construction of bunk beds is the only correct action to take. If even one child’s death is caused by nonconformance to the voluntary standard, that should be sufficient to tell us as an educated society that the voluntary nature of the standard is not good enough. There were in fact 54 deaths and over 100,000 injuries from 1990 to 1995. This is obviously overwhelming evidence that mandatory standards must be passed. to save this nation’s precious children. Sincerely,

Date:

To:

Office of the Secretary Consumer Product Safety Commission Washington, DC: 20207-3 000 1

COMMENT REGARDING ANPR ON BUNK BEDS
Commissioner, I am writing in regard to the advanced notice of rule making pertaining to bunk beds. I truly feel that going forward with the mandatory standard in the design and construction of bunk beds is the only correct action to take. If even one child’s death is caused by nonconformance to the voluntary standard, that should be sufficient to tell us as an educated society that the voluntary nature of the standard is not good enough. There were in fact 54 deaths and over 100,000 injuries from 1990 to 1995. This is obviously overwhelming evidence that mandatory standards must be passed to save this nation’s precious children. Sincerely,

Date:

From:

To:

Office of the Secretary Consumer Product Safety Commission Washington, DC 20207-3 000 1

COMMENT REGARDING ANPR ON BUNK BEDS
Commissioner, I am writing in regard to the advanced notice of rule making pertaining to bunk beds. I truly feel that going forward with the mandatory standard in the design and construction of bunk beds is the only correct action to take. If even one child’s death is caused by nonconformance to the voluntary standard, that should be sufficient to tell us as an educated society that the voluntary nature of the standard is not good enough. There were in fact 54 deaths and over 100,000 injuries from 1990 to 1995. This is obviously overwhelming evidence that mandatory standards must be passed to save this nation’s precious children. Sincerely,

Date:

From:

To:

Office of the Secretary Consumer Product Safety Commission Washington, DC 20207-3000 1

COMMENT REGARDING ANPR ON BUNK BEDS
Commissioner, I am writing in regard to the advanced notice of rule making pertaining to bunk beds. I truly feel that going forward with the mandatory standard in the design and construction of bunk beds is the only correct action to take. If even one child’s death is caused by nonconformance to the voluntary standard, that should be sufficient to tell us as an educated society that the voluntary nature of the standard is not good enough. There were in fact 54 deaths and over 100,000 injuries from 1990 to 1995. This is obviously overwhelming evidence that mandatory standards must be passed to save this nation’s precious children. Sincerely,

Date:

To:

Office of the Secretary Consumer Product Safety Commission Washington, DC 20207-3 000 1

COMMENT REGARDING ANPR ON BUNK BEDS
Commissioner, I am writing in regard to the advanced notice of rule making pertaining to bunk beds. I truly feel that going forward with the mandatory standard in the design and construction of bunk beds is the only correct action to take. One child’s death caused by nonconformance to the current voluntary standard is sufficient to tell us as an educated society that the voluntary nature of the standard is not ,good enough. There were in fact 54 deaths and over 100,000 injuries from 1990 to 1995. The current voluntary standards address the hazards responsi’ble for the deaths; therefore these children would be alive if these standards had been adhered to. Please change these standards to mandatory now. Don’t wait until there have been more deaths. Sincerely,

Date:

From:

To:

Office of the Secretary Consumer Product Safety Commission Washington, DC 20207-3000 1

COMMENT REGARDING ANPR ON BUNK BEDS
Commissioner, I am writing in regard to the advanced notice of rule making pertaining to bunk beds. I truly feel that going forward with the mandatory standard in the design and construction of bunk beds is the only correct action to take. One child’s death caused by nonconformance to the current voluntary standard is sufficient to tell us as an educated society that the voluntary nature of the standard is not good enough. There were in fact 54 deaths and over 100,000 injuries from 1’990 to 1995. The current voluntary standards address the hazards responsible for the deaths; therefore these children would be alive if these standards had been adhered to. Please change these standards to mandatory now. Don’t wait until there have been more deaths. Sincerely,

Date:

From:

To:

’ Office of the Secretary Consumer Product Safety Commission Washington, DC 20207-3000 1

COMMENT REGARDING ANPR ON BUNK BEDS
Commissioner, I am writing in regard to the advanced notice of rule making pertaining to bunk beds. I truly feel that going forward with the mandatory standard in the design and construction elf bunk beds is the only correct action to take. One child’s death caused by nonconformance to the current voluntary standard is sufficient to tell us as an educated society that the voluntary nature of the standard is not good enough. There were in fact 54 deaths and over 100,000 injuries from 1’990 to 1995. The current voluntary standards address the hazards responsible for the deaths; therefore these children would be alive if these standards had been adhered to. Please change these standards to mandatory now. Don’t wait until there have been more deaths. Sincerely,

From:

Mrs. Jennifer Cooper MS#B-18

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Sensormatic Electronics Corporation PO BOX 5037, 6600 Congress Avenue Boca Raton, FL
33431-0837

To:

Office of the Secretary Consumer Product Safety Commission Washington, DC! 20207-3000 1

COMMENT REGARDING ANPR ON BUNK BEDS
Commissioner, I am writing in regard to the advanced notice of rule making pertaining to bunk beds. I truly feel that going forward with the mandatory standard in the design and construction of bunk beds is the only correct action to take. One child’s death caused by nonconformance to the current voluntary standard is sufficient to tell us as an educated society that the voluntary nature of the standard is not good enough. There were in fact 54 deaths and over 100,000 injuries from 1990 to 1995. The current voluntary standards address the hazards responsible for the deaths; therefore these children would be alive if these standards had been adhered to. Please change these standards to mandatory now. Don’t wait until there have been more deaths. Sincerely, -