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Fire association launches ESS fire safety standards in the US

Wed, 09/18/2019 - 14:54 -- Paul Crompton
Fire association launch ESS fire safety standards in the US

The National Fire Protection Association in the US has published its first comprehensive collection of safety standards for energy storage system (ESS) deployment. 

The Massachusetts’-based organisation released NFPA 855, Standard for the Installation of Stationary Energy Storage Systems on 11 September.

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Li-powered hoverboards top fire risk concerns in US

Mon, 04/09/2018 - 10:51 -- John Shepherd
Li-powered hoverboards top fire risk concerns in US

Consumer safety chiefs in the US have issued a fresh warning about fire risks from a range of lithium-ion powered devices and toys— with hoverboards at the top of the list of concerns.

Hoverboard importers, retailers and distributors in the US have been urged to review product safety standards after US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) data showed the toys— also known as self-balancing electric scooters— were responsible for more than 280 fires in the country since 2015 and three deaths.

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Lithium-ion safety standards need upgrade after Samsung debacle

Tue, 01/31/2017 - 12:08 -- Paul Crompton
Lithium-ion safety standards need upgrade after Samsung debacle

Tougher lithium-ion design and manufacturing safeguards must be introduced to bring safety standards up to date following Samsung’s recall of its Galaxy Note 7 mobile phones, says a US agency.

Chairman of the US government agency Consumer Product Safety Commission Elliot Kaye made the call in a statement released last week.

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