YOU ONLY HAVE UNTIL AUGUST 30, 2018!

THAT’S ONLY

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YOUR TIME TO COMPLY WITH PROP 65 REVISIONS IS TICKING AWAY.
ARE YOU READY?

What’s the hottest question in the industry right now?

What do I need to do to be ready for the August 30th changes to Prop 65?  In about seven minutes, you can learn more about it – click the video to the right to learn more.

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A quick account review can ensure you’re ready. Contact your Account Manager or click the button below to contact us.

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We can help you make the changes and meet the deadline.

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Click the button and one of our knowledgeable staff will contact you shortly. We have resources available from Prop 65 templates to check lists.

Can You Afford NOT To Be Compliant?

With implementation of new label requirements, it’s expected that Prop 65 litigation will increase.

If you sell products to California consumers, you must comply with California’s Proposition 65, which has been in place since 1986:

  • Requires businesses to warn California consumers about potential exposure to chemicals that cause cancer, birth defects or reproductive harm
  • Administered by OEHHA (Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment, part of the California Environmental Protection Agency)

 

*Internal Research Performed on ReposiTrak data March 2018

If you sell products to California consumers, you must comply with California’s Proposition 65, which has been in place since 1986:

  • Requires businesses to warn California consumers about potential exposure to chemicals that cause cancer, birth defects or reproductive harm
  • Administered by OEHHA (Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment, part of the California Environmental Protection Agency)

 

*Internal Research Performed on ReposiTrak data March 2018

Join the growing list of retailers who utilize ReposiTrak to document their Prop 65 requirements

Protect against litigation, fines, settlements, recalls and penalties by documenting compliance*

Stay informed of Prop 65 notices

  • Be prepared and know when certain types of products are being targeted

Ask suppliers/manufacturers to test their products against the standard

  • Are chemicals below “safe harbor” levels? Require supplier to sign an agreement stating no chemicals are present, or those chemicals are well below the safe harbor limits:
  • Update the document annually to ensure Prop 65 compliance is ongoing
  • Request Laboratory Testing Reports to verify the toxicity levels
  • Are chemicals outside of “safe harbor” levels? Work together to construct the warning label or shelf tag to ensure compliance with the new warning language. Require supplier provide you documentation of testing and compliance:
    • Full Materials Disclosure (FMD)
    • Certificate of Compliance (COC)
    • Laboratory Testing Reports
    • Manufacturing Contract Agreement
    • Safety Data Sheet (SDS)
    • Product label or packaging scan that demonstrates a “clear and reasonable” or “safe harbor” warning is in place

Document all inquiries and responses

 

*Proposition 65 Settlement Executive Summary 2016. Retrieved 4/3/2018 from  State of California Attorney General Office

Stay informed of Prop 65 notices

  • Be prepared and know when certain types of products and chemicals targeted

Ensure you or your manufacturer tests products against the standard

  • You have the primary responsibility to notify the retailer and provide the proper warning labels:
    • Retailer must confirm they received notice and must use any warning materials you provide
    • Ensure you can provide the retailer a product label or packaging image that demonstrates a “clean and reasonable” or “safe harbor” warning is in place
    • Be prepared to provide compliance documents when asked. This includes retailer requests for Full Materials Disclosures, Certificates of Compliance, Laboratory Testing Results, Manufacturing Contract Agreements or Safety Data Sheets (SDS).

Document all inquiries and responses

RESOURCE CENTER

Join us for our Upcoming Webinar:
CALIFORNIA’S PROP 65: EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW FOR FOOD SAFETY COMPLIANCE
June 26 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm

Proposition 65 is hot topic in the food industry right now. In this very timely webinar, Shawn Stevens, JD from the Food Industry Counsel, LLC will share valuable insight that includes:

  • What is Prop 65 and what is changing August 30th?
  • What chemicals are now included in Prop 65?
  • What should retailers know and require from their suppliers to ensure compliance and reduce liability exposure?
  • What steps do suppliers need to take NOW to make sure they are compliant and don’t put themselves or retailers at risk?
  • What should companies do if they are found in violation of Prop 65?

Don’t miss this extremely informative webinar with one of the most sought after Prop 65 resources in the industry!

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Shawn Stevens, JD | Food Industry Counsel, LLC

Shawn is a nationally-recognized food safety attorney working with food industry clients including the world’s largest food processors, national restaurant chains, and food distributors and grocers.  He helps them protect their brands by proactively taking steps that will reduce their food safety risk, help them comply with complex FDA and USDA regulations and manage recall response efforts. Shawn brings years of experience and guidance to ReposiTrak customers.

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TOP FIVE QUESTIONS:

  1. What is Prop 65?

Prop 65 is a California state regulation enacted in 1986 commonly called the “Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act.”

  1. Who does it impact?

Any business selling consumer products in California, AND any company shipping products into California.

  1. What does it cover?

There are over 900 chemicals regulated under Prop 65.

  1. What is required?

If your products include any of the chemicals regulated by Prop 65, there are special labeling requirements

  1. Why all the interest now if the law has been in place since 1986?