With the infotox Prop 65 compliance services, we provide priceless support to retailers, manufacturers, and importers in every part of the world that need to comply with the California right-to-know legislation..
Infotox CA Prop 65 compliance services simulate closely the 1986 Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act, 1986 (which is also known as Proposition 65). This law was set out by the California government to promote drinking of clean water as well as to educate the public about cancer and birth defects inducing substances present in consumer products and their environment.
The Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA), which is a part of the California Environmental Protection Agency (Cal EPA) oversees the regulation of Proposition 65 which is enforced through the Office of the Attorney General.
Any product especially foods and supplement that is sold in California without complying with the Prop 65 regulations (if the product contains substance(s) that cause reproductive toxicity or cancer above the Safe Harbor Level) will be issued a “60-Day Notice” of non-compliance or “Notice of Violation”. If a settlement is not reached with your company, your company will be charged to court and the settlement fees can cost from ten thousand to as high as several hundred thousands of dollars.
Infotox boasts of ultramodern laboratory testing facilities for your Proposition 65 compliance needs as well as highly certified toxicologists and experienced scientific professionals that are grounded in the complexities of Prop 65 compliance issues and necessary steps to address them.
Among the infotox California Prop 65 Services are:
Bisphenol A Warning Label Requirement Services
X-Ray Fluorescence (XRF) Products Analysis and Chemical Testing and analysis
Compliance Assurance Process implementation and certification
Support in providing compliance tips and strategies as well as screening potential risk areas of California Prop 65 substances
Assisting your company in Compliance Assurance Process implementation and certification
Deriving “No Significant Risk Levels (NSRLs)” and “Maximum Allowable Dose Levels (MADLs)” for chemicals in the absence of OEHHA derived Safe Harbor Levels
Helping your company’s product achieve Safe Use Determinations from OEHHA
Data collection and Supply chain analysis
Exposure assessments for your company’s product (to evaluate if your products abide by the Prop 65 regulations and whether you might be sanctioned)
Preparing Prop 65 related positional statements for your company