New Substances Added to California’s Proposition 65

Effective January 27, 2023, California’s Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) added three new substances to the list of chemicals known to cause cancer for the purposes of Proposition 65. A warning requirement for significant exposures to the following chemicals will take effect on January 27, 2024. The public notice describing the basis for the listings can be found published in the December 2, 2022 issue of the California Regulatory Notice Register.

These and all other California Proposition 65 substances are found here.

Organizations that may be affected by the substance additions are advised to maintain compliance reports and implement rigorous steps to provide proper compliance reporting. Please continue to follow the QPoint Technology blog for the most recent changes to material content regulations or Proposition 65 Substance additions, and contact our team of professionals for solutions to assist with compliance of products.


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