CA Prop 65 Compliance
Want to know if your products comply with CA Prop 65 requirements? Find out fast with Source Intelligence. Easily load supplier and product data then assess the contents of your product against the Prop 65 substance list. Source Intelligence simplifies the compliance process by collecting and analyzing the information you need.
Prop 65 Compliance Solution
Prop 65 Reporting Made Easy
Upload your products. Request information from your suppliers. Run your product information against all chemical and material restrictions associated with CA Prop 65. Roll all your information up into a concise report.
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Let a dedicated program manager help you every step of the way with additional features:
CA Prop 65 ComplianceWe work with your suppliers to get you the information you need. We assess the incoming information and identify parts and components that are not in compliance.
Document AnalysisYour suppliers may have sent you documents, but are they accurate? With the enterprise level CA Prop 65 program, your dedicated program manager analyzes documentation for completion and accuracy. If inaccuracies are found, the supplier is notified and asked to provide clarification or rectify the issue.
Supplier EngagementOur dedicated supplier engagement team develops positive relationships with your suppliers and offers them 24/7 multilingual support via phone, email or live chat. Our engagement process empowers your suppliers to get you the accurate data you need.
California Proposition 65
Businesses that sell products in California are required to provide a “clear and reasonable” warning before knowingly and intentionally exposing anyone to a listed chemical. Through the collection of Full Material Declarations (FMDs) for products, the constituent materials and chemical of a product can be determined and checked against the continually growing list of restricted chemicals. In addition Certificates of Conformity (CoC), Laboratory Test Reports (LTR), or Manufacturing Contract Agreement (MCA) from the customer’s supply chain can also be collected.
Prop 65 Compliance, Managed
Easily identify restricted substances in your supply chain based on the collection of product Full Material Disclosures (FMDs). Store and manage compliance documentation, such as Certificates of Conformity (CoC), Laboratory Test Reports (LTR), or Manufacturing Contract Agreement (MCA).
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