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The Notice of Intent (NOI) foreshadows a future proposal to label toxic chemicals in key consumer product categories, including cosmetics and cleaning products.
New York state reclassifies Neonicotinoid Pesticides as ‘restricted use’ starting Jan. 2023, joining several other US states with targeted action.
Proposed amendment to Japan's Cabinet Order on the Designation of Poisonous and Deleterious Substances includes 3-Aminopropan-1-ol as a Deleterious Substance
Taiwan published the amendment to Categories and Management of Handling for Concerned Chemical Substances and expanded the concerned chemicals to 18 substances.
The new law is modeled after the EU CLP/REACH and identifies requirements for registration, permits, chemical safety as well as labeling requirements.
Last updated in 2012, the Green Guides address environmental and advertising claims, while providing guidance on consumer interpretation and substantiation.
Canada has published amendments aligning the HPR to the 7th edition of GHS. New definitions, adoption of new hazard categories and sub-categories, and new test procedures are highlights of the amendments which have a three-year transition period.
The ban was signed December 2022 and prohibits the sale of personal care and cosmetic products containing various forms of mercury in the state starting June 2023.
Australia launches the IChEMS Register which contains end uses, prohibitions, restrictions, and control measures of industrial chemicals in seven schedules.
The rule, proposed by the Department of Ecology, would restrict or require reporting for toxic chemicals in targeted consumer product categories.
The EU has published a recommendation and annex providing details for determining safe and sustainable chemicals.
Under the proposal, the FDA would adopt a uniform 12-digit NDC format. The proposal also includes updates to drug product barcode label requirements.
As new packaging labelling obligation approaches, it is necessary to summarize the main requirements and tools that companies can use to fulfil their obligations.
Biden administration expands climate goal initiatives with new proposed rule covering federal contractors with more than $7.5 million (USD).
CQC voluntary certification applications will be accepted based on the new enforcement regulation CQC12-045800-2022 for the relevant AVIT products.
Every importer or manufacturer will be required to meet the requirements of European import laws regarding: eco-design, standby/off-mode, and labelling to import product to Israel.
The new scheme is aimed to support the global electronics industry in the issuing of SABS EMC CoCs for the South Africa market access and compliance.
U.K. and European market access for PPE products — easement update November 2022
The EU Commission has published guidance for member countries to develop corporate due diligence laws to promote responsible corporate behavior.
Taiwan will adopt the minimum dimensions of the label for the container or package of toxic and concerned chemical substances beginning Oct. 31, 2023.