California Prop 65

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The update to Prop 65, set to be implemented in August, 2018, will change the way Prop 65 warnings are displayed on products, manufacturing facilities and consumer facing environments. Our solution allows you to upload your product information, request what you don’t have from your suppliers, and get real time results on your labeling requirements.

Rethink Prop 65 Compliance

Compare your product information against our compliance database for Prop 65 risks in real-time. Understand your labeling requirements with our unique chemical categorization system. Our solution takes you from raw materials identification to labeling requirements for finished products. Rethink Prop 65 compliance. 

Amendment guideline: Industry specific labeling requirements for 2018

Learn why the OEHHA made the change, when the implementation date is, and what specific requirements your industry has.

What is California Prop 65?

California Prop 65, formally known as The Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986, is a regulation that is designed to protect Californian’s from excessive exposure to chemicals known to cause cancer and reproductive harm. As we near the upcoming amendment implementation, a common question we’ve get from clients and users relates to the basic labeling requirements for Prop 65. In an effort to simplify the text heavy explanations on the web, we’ve put together a quick guide to help all parties get a better understanding of what Prop 65 is and how the August 2018 update will affect reporting requirements. Click the link below to learn which companies need to comply with Prop 65, and what is required to have compliant labels.

California Prop 65 trending news

What you should know about the new California Prop 65 warning label

What is Prop 65?  The Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986, better...

A Quick Guide to 2018’s Changes to Proposition 65

In September 2016, the California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment introduced amendments to Proposition 65’s “clear and reasonable warnings” requirements. The changes will take effect August 30, 2018. What do you need to do to prepare?

PROP 65 ALERT: Glyphosate added to Prop 65 chemical list

Today, Prop 65's list of chemicals known to cause cancer or reproductive harm, will...
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