The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission will conduct an April 3, 2014, information-gathering workshop in Rockville, Maryland, aimed at developing ways to reduce third-party testing burdens for children’s products. The workshop will focus on identifying materials that do not need to be tested to determine compliance with phthalate limits or with content and solubility requirements for the eight toxic substances listed in CPSC’s toy standard. The commission will also discuss expanding the list of materials that do not contain enough lead to require testing. Individuals wishing to participate in the workshop must register by March 13. Attendees must register by March 27. Comments on workshop topics will be accepted until April 27. See Federal Register, February 27, 2014.