Subject: UPDATE: California Prop 65 - New Warning Requirements

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UPDATE: California Proposition 65 (Prop 65)—
New Warning Requirements
Printing Industries of America's Environmental, Health, and Safety department has updated the Prop 65 blog post, providing more detailed information about product and area warning statement examples and proper use of warning symbols.

There has been an expansion in the types of warnings that must be provided. Warning statements are required for consumer products. They are also required if a member of the public were to enter into a facility and be exposed to a Prop 65 regulated chemical.

The regulation now requires that very specific elements are identified as to the content. In many instances, a yellow triangle "warning symbol" is required with a statement that the product "can expose" the consumer to the chemical and a link to the Prop 65 website. The old warning simply had to state that the product "contains" a listed chemical.

Please be sure to read more about product and area warnings here.

If you have questions about Prop 65, please call Gary Jones, Assistant Vice President, Environmental, Health, and Safety at 412-259-1794 or email gjones@printing.org.

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