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  1. 11 March 2016

    Product safety guide for business - September 2012 ( DOC 2.79 MB )

    portable aerosol) 21 Fire extinguishers (portable non-aerosol) 21 Gas masks containing asbestos 22 Health and cosmetics 23 … asbestos Gas masks must comply with safety laws and not contain asbestos. It is illegal to sell gas masks with asbestos breathing devices. These expose the user to asbestos fibres, which can cause the fatal lung disease mesothelioma. For more …
  2. 11 March 2016

    Supplier guide — Exercise cycles ( PDF 490.17 KB )

    breathing apparatus • Gas masks which contain asbestos • Glucomannan in tablet form • ‘Quickie’ line release system • Seat belt …
  3. 11 March 2016

    Supplier guide — Balloon-blowing kits ( PDF 154.42 KB )

    breathing apparatus • Gas masks which contain asbestos • Glucomannan in tablet form • ‘Quickie’ line release system • Seat belt …
  4. 20 December 2013

    Earth Crystals—Chrysotile Healing Crystals

    None What are the defects? Recent testing has detected the presence of chrysotile asbestos (white asbestos) in the crystals. The importation of asbestos or goods containing asbestos into Australia is restricted under the Customs (Prohibited … accessing the asbestos in these goods. Exposure to airborne asbestos fibres can cause asbestosis, lung cancer and mesothelioma …
  5. 27 November 2013

    Rapid Fire Magic—Novelty Fire Wallet

    of chrysotile asbestos (white asbestos) in the fire pads of the wallet. The importation of asbestos or goods containing asbestos … are the hazards? There is a possible risk of consumers accessing the asbestos in these goods. Exposure to airborne asbestos fibres can … of the recalled fire wallets found to contain asbestos. That risk assessment concluded that the health risk from the use, handling …
  6. 25 February 2014

    Risk assessment into 'fire wallets' released

    Published:  25 Feb 2014 An investigation into the asbestos risk of ‘fire wallets’ sold by an eBay trader and at a stall … wallets’ contained asbestos. As part of the ACCC’s investigation it found most ‘fire wallet’ products didn’t contain asbestos, however chrysotile asbestos was detected in products from three suppliers. Those three suppliers have recalled the affected …
  7. 23 November 2013

    Consumer protection notice No. 8 of 2013 - Safety warning notice (Fire wallets)

    will or may cause injury to any person, due to possible asbestos content in these goods, following the identification of asbestos … in September 2013, due to identified asbestos content in these goods.  Exposure to airborne asbestos fibres can cause asbestosis … on the new National Asbestos Exposure Register www.asbestossafety.gov.au/national-asbestos-exposure-register Dated this 23 day …
  8. 11 March 2016

    Supplier guide — Baby bath aids ( PDF 483.3 KB )

    Jelly cups containing konjac …
  9. 11 March 2016

    Babies dummies - Supplier guide ( PDF 2.55 MB )

    Seat belt accessories …
  10. 29 November 2012

    Chinese Automotive Distributors—Geely MK Sedan and Hatchback

    gaskets that contain bonded asbestos fibre. What are the hazards? There is negligible asbestos-related health risk … to Customers.pdf (142.02 KB) Asbestos Risk Assessment.pdf (429.1 KB) Responsible regulator Department of Infrastructure, Regional … with two gaskets that contain a small amount of bonded asbestos. Please be assured that there is negligible asbestos related …