All the labeling in the world may reduce but not fix it. As electricians, do we read the packaging and the safety warnings before installing something?
This is why it is important for electricians to keep up with the latest and greatest.
There are fish-hooks in installing any new item to the market in somebodies house, etc.
I had an instance of these CFL's nearly catching fire a few years back in the house next door to where I was living at the time, but these weren't on a dimmer.
Just on the subject of dimmers vs CFL's, I recently installed some CFL's for a guy down the road, I told him that I would have to remove the dimmers from his lounge lighting circuits, because the two do not agree with each other.
The guy could not seriously believe that you could not dim a fluorescent lamp!
(I realise that they can be dimmed, but the control gear price is really only for Commercial installations)