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If your company operates or sells products in the state of California, you’ve probably addressed California Prop 65 compliance. Prop 65 requires businesses to provide a warning that certain chemicals used in the production of their finished products could expose the public to hazardous substances.
Warning Label Situations
Occupational Hazard Warnings
Public Exposure Warning Labels
- Positioned on the product display page, and associated with that unique product
- Notifying consumers in the product description using the word “WARNING” and hyperlinking “WARNING” to a formal warning about the product
- Displayed to the consumer via a “pop-up” prior to check out
What wiggle room is there for interpretation of adequate prior purchase warning?
Will third party seller sites like eBay or Amazon have to shift their purchasing process for California consumers? If so, what would the best methodology be?
Source Intelligence, along with Wayne Rosenbaum recently debuted our Prop 65 Preparation webinar. Along with a detailed overview of internet warnings, here’s some of the topics we covered:
- Pre/post amendment regulation overview
- Labeling Variations
- Internet labeling, on-product labeling, packaging labeling, occupational labeling, public facility labeling and more unique situations.
- Bounty Hunter safeguarding best practices
- 60 day warning notice course of action overview
- Supply chain communication chain of custody
- Critical product information that needs to be passed through the supply chain
- Product chemical awareness
- Evidence-based data collection approach
- Declarations vs. product analytics
- Enterprise vs. SME compliance workflow examples