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In the time it has taken you to access this page A child could have opened these The Child-Safe Packaging Group Tenth Anniversary - August August This August marks the tenth anniversary of the launch of the Child-Safe Packaging Group, which back in in a blaze of publicity exposed the then inequitable testing regimes applying to flexible packs as opposed to reclosable ones and called for a level playing field of testing for all packs containing products potentially dangerous to children. Some members have been lost on the way but many others have joined. Papers have been presented throughout northern Europe and in the United States of America. As a trade association the group is charged with strategically promoting child resistant packaging alongside the interests of its members.
The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices ACIP recommends vaccine schedules for children, adolescents and adults based on scientific evidence and the benefits of preventing infectious diseases. School and daycare immunization requirements serve as a "safety net" for children who do not receive their recommended immunizations as an infant or small child. All school requirement laws are state-based and usually reflect the recommendations of the ACIP. It is important to note that some states give the state public health officer the authority to change school requirements through administrative rule.