OEHHA's deadline for the new "safe harbor" warning label regulations for regulated chemicals under California's Proposition 65's has companies scrambling

OEHHA's deadline for the new "safe harbor" warning label regulations for regulated chemicals under California's Proposition 65's has companies scrambling to update their label inventory. The amendment will require the details of product labels to change by August 30, 2018.

Regulations Change, Labels Change

It's no secret that chemical label regulations are constantly changing. And every time a new regulation is implemented, businesses are left playing a game of catch-up.

The fast-approaching compliance deadline for Prop. 65 isn't any different. Detailed information about the product, facility or environmental exposures, and potential harm from exposure will need to be included on product labels. A business in violation of Prop. 65 may be subject to up to $2,500 per day per violation.

To avoid fines, businesses need to update their label details ASAP.

Brandywine Can Help You Prepare For California's Prop. 65

Brandywine provides labels for a variety of industries that require hazard communication and "safe harbor" warnings. Our on-demand label services further assist businesses by reducing costs, lead times and SKUs.

Instead of carrying hundreds or even thousands of different pre-printed label rolls for each product SKU, let Brandywine help you create a handful of blank label rolls. Digitally print only the labels you need for a specific item and batch – for starters, products subject to Prop. 65 regulations being shipped or sold in California.

With on-demand printing, you gain massive operational efficiencies, significantly reducing label inventory. Turn around Prop. 65 compliant product labels instantly.  

Contact us to learn more!