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EPA has proposed amendments to the new chemicals regulations under TSCA, including the removal of certain exemptions for new PFAS and other PBT chemicals.
The draft considered existing legislation in order to propose a more consistent approach to PFAS at the state level. Comments are open until June 29.
CPSC adopts the ASTM F2057-23 voluntary standard as a mandatory safety standard to protect children from injury and death from furniture tip-over incidents.
The EU has proposed a new amendment to the 2004 Detergent regulations, bringing in scope microbial cleaners and introducing a product passport.
EPA has proposed to prohibit most ongoing uses of Methylene chloride and to regulate the remaining uses.
EU takes regulatory measures to reduce PFAS in consumer products. More extensive proposals are being developed to encompass a larger number of substances.
U.S. states take regulatory actions to mitigate the use of PFAS in consumer products due to growing concerns about their toxicity.
Canada elaborates on the risk assessment path planned for the last set of substances prioritized under the Chemicals Management Plan (CMP).
The proposed bill was introduced in February and would restrict five chemicals (including red dye no. 3 and titanium dioxide) in food starting Jan. 1, 2025.
FDA stops the Voluntary Cosmetic Registration Program (VCRP) due to Cosmetics Regulations Act of 2022 (MoCRA) new registration requirements.
The EU has published the most recent CLP amendment that introduces new hazard classes for endocrine disruptors, PBT and PMT substances.
Australia updated the Hazchem Codes list reproducing the Dangerous Goods Emergency Action Codes List, published by UK's National Chemical Emergency Centre.
Health Canada seek public opinion on the proposed requirements for ingredient disclosure on cosmetics labels which mandates disclosure of fragrance allergens.
GB mandatory classification and labeling (GB MCL) of hazardous substances to be decided by the HSE based on Scientific Opinions and Technical Reports.
Singapore shifts from GHS 4th to 7th edition with the revision of Part 2 and 3 of SS 586 series on Feb. 6, 2023, including up to a 24-month transition period.
Reese’s Law and CPSC rule mandate federal safety requirements for button cell and coin batteries to eliminate or reduce the risk of injury for children.
The EPA updated the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) Chemical Substance Inventory in Feb. 2023.
New obligations such as facility registrations and product listings set by the Modernization of Cosmetics Regulation Act update U.S. Cosmetics Regulations.
Taiwan publishes the amendment to Categories and Management of Handling for Toxic Chemical Substances which aims to tighten the use of organotin compounds.
Bills introduced in January and February 2023 by Oregon, California, and Washington take aim at eliminating toxic chemicals in cosmetics as early as January 2025.