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It's May 1st! That means that flowers and sunny days are right around the corner. Did you know that it also means the WHMIS 2015 compliance deadline is now only one month away?
Last week, a tentative ruling was made in California that will require every cup of coffee sold in the state to have the Proposition 65 “cancer warning” label.
As Canada transitions to WHMIS 2015 and adopts the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS), new labelling requirements will be coming into effect. In Canada, WHMIS legislation mandates that products or substances which meet the criteria to be classified as hazardous must be labelled when used in the workplace.
The Environmental Protection Agency has begun taking action to appoint additional members to the Science Advisory Committee on Chemicals (SACC). If passed, this action will increase the balance of scientific perspectives - adding experts to the committee who will bring experience in labor, public interest, animal protection, and chemical manufacturing and processing. The committee is currently tasked with providing independent advice on science and technical issues to the EPA, in order to assist in implementing the Frank R. Lautenberg Chemical Safety for the 21st Century Act, which amended the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA).
In an effort to reduce costs of carrying out of certain work associated with the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA), the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), in a new amendment to the act, is now proposing user fees.
Hazox Chemical Report Systems is not just a software vendor that helps you meet compliance requirements. At Hazox, we are a trusted friend to see you through the good times, and the tough times. We know that at some point every company will face some sort of challenge, and in those times, you can count on us to be there.
Beginning in January 2018, under the enforcement project REACH-EN-FORCE-6 (REF-6), inspections in EU and EEA Member States are now checking that classifications and labels for all mixtures correspond to the information presented in the mixture’s safety data sheet.