The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has requested comments on its time and cost burden estimates for a continued collection of information from “persons who have been involved in or have witnessed incidents associated with consumer products.” Under the Consumer Product Safety Act, CPSC is required to collect information “related to the causes and prevention of death, injury, and illness associated with consumer products.” It gathers this information from numerous sources, including its Website, and a surveillance system known as the National Electronic Injury Surveillance System, which is based on “a statistically valid sample from approximately 100 hospital emergency departments.” The agency also actively investigates cases of interest with face-to-face interviews and on-site visits. Comments on the burdens associated with this information collection activity— $3.3 million and 160 commission staff months each year—must be submitted by July 8, 2013. See Federal Register, May 7, 2013.