Where the OEHHA has not defined a NSRL or MADL, businesses should provide a ‘Prop 65 warning’. Businesses can be exempt if they can show that the anticipated exposure level will not pose a significant risk of cancer or reproductive harm. Stakeholders should refer to Article 7 and Article 8 of Title 27, for OEHHA guidance on how to calculate levels for chemicals without safe harbor levels.
What Should a Business Do if There is No Safe Harbor Level?
Feb 15, 2019 | FAQs