Subject: California Prop 65 - New Warning Requirements

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California Proposition 65 (Prop 65)—
New Warning Requirements
Starting August 30, 2018, businesses that sell consumer goods to Californians will be subject to new warning requirements.

Through its one-of-a-kind labeling law, California regulates thousands of businesses, whether through e-commerce or retail outlets in the state. The changes to the warning requirements under Proposition 65 (Prop 65) have triggered a lot of questions and requests for compliance guarantees and statements by print customers.

Prop 65 was enacted in 1987 and the compliance requirements have not changed. The duty to warn employees and the general public about exposure to over 800 chemicals that are carcinogenic or pose reproductive hazards above the “no significant risk level” or safe harbor level has been the cornerstone of the regulations. 

To read more about Prop 65 warning requirements and compliance, please visit our blog for detailed information.

If you have any questions about Prop 65, please contact Gary Jones, Assistant Vice President, Environmental, Health, and Safety at 412-259-1794 or email