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Labeling of Hazardous Art Materials Act (LHAMA) Evaluation

With many Board Certified Toxicologists at our disposal, Infotox offers LHAMA evaluations on art materials to detect its potentiality of causing chronic hazards to the end consumer and recommend appropriate warning statements to conform to the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) designated D-4236.

Each evaluated products can be labeled with “Conforms to ASTM D-4236”.

Our LHAMA services include:

  • Labeling of Hazardous Art Materials Act certification (ASTM D-4236)
  • CPSC labeling requirements (16 CFR §1500.14; 57 FR 46626)
  • Evaluation of the chronic hazard (carcinogenicity, reproductive and developmental toxicity, neurotoxicity, sensitization, and general organ and tissue toxicities) potentiality of all individual chemical ingredients as well as their unpredictable adverse effects or possible synergistic combination with other ingredients to produce toxic substances.
  • Exposure considerations:
    • The physical/ physiological characteristics of the product such as size/volume, gas, solid etc.
    • accessibility (e.g. liquid components)
    • possible exposure routes including skin and eye contact, ingestion, and inhalation under normal use or reasonably foreseeable misuse
    • intended use
  • Products requiring LHAMA certification include: art materials such as watercolor disks, crayons, adhesives, colored pencils, inks (pen, marker and highlighter), chalk, paint, clays, ceramics, and glue.

Our Related Toxicology Services are:

  • Analytical Laboratory Services
  • California Proposition 65 Services
  • Chemical Classification and Labeling Services for Consumer Products
  • Contamination Risk Assessments
  • Hazard Communication (HazCom) Services
  • Pharmaceutical Toxicology Consulting
  • Toxicological Risk Assessment (TRA)
  • Toxicology Assessments for Cosmetics