Since the regulatory changes were finalized August 2017 for implementation in August of 2018, the primary responsibility is on product manufacturers, producers, packagers, importers, suppliers and/or distributors. For consumer product exposures, businesses in the above categories must either provide a warning on the product, or provide notice and warning materials to “the authorized agent” for a retail seller and receive an acknowledgment that the notice and materials were received. The retail seller is responsible for placement and maintenance of the warning materials they have received.
Who is Responsible for Providing Prop 65 Warnings?
Feb 15, 2019 | FAQs