CCCR 2001 PDF
The Consumer Chemicals and Containers Regulations, (CCCR, ) under the Canada Consumer Product Safety Act (CCPSA)) help. CCCR, – INTRODUCTION. Using the Health Canada Reference Manual for the. Consumer Chemicals and Containers Regulations, Requirements of. We are happy to see that more and more Canadian E-liquid Manufacturers (even some outside of Canada) are opting to follow the Consumer.
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The use of scientific ccr must be based on an evaluation from a reasonably competent individual, knowledgeable in the appropriate science necessary to evaluate the product.
CCCR 2001: Canadian Consumer Label Review
A system of diamond-shaped placards and labels is used to identify dangerous goods. In child resistant test protocols such as the CFR The problem was resolved by the removal of the product from the market and the prohibition of ethyl bromoacetate in First aid statement — height and body size. The definition of display surface is used to evaluate containers with an obvious recessed or indented section, where the top and bottom are generally rounded or curved and not available for labelling.
For flammable products, the most hazardous sub-category is used as well as labelling for spontaneous combustion, if applicable s. The example provided in the instructions for administering first aid is no longer appropriate, in light of current treatment practices. During the label development, all sectors ccccr agreed that the regulations should prescribe mandatory warnings for the various hazard categories and sub-categories.
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We can assist your company with North American regulatory compliance including product registration, authoring of Safety Data Sheets SDSand laboratory performance testing. If breathed in, move person into fresh air. Products represented for use to keep eyeglasses clean perform a function essential in enabling the lenses of the eyeglasses to correct vision. Ingesting a solid, paste or gel tends to result in local injury to the oropharynx and upper esophagus.
These products are therefore considered to be an accessory to a device and are included in the definition of a cxcr. Exception — short, wide containers. The acid reserve and alkali reserve criteria cxcr liquid products are more stringent than for products in the form of a solid, paste or gel. The standards listed in paragraph 9 b prescribe mechanical “life tests” to assess whether the container is capable of maintaining its security for cccr number of uses corresponding to the normal depletion of the product.
A corrosive substance is ccct of causing necrosis or ulceration of epithelial tissue. The following approach to the consideration of test results is recommended:. Tags or inserts could be used, but they are often of limited effectiveness as they tend to be discarded by product users and hence are not available for the useful life of the product.
The display surface is used to determine the size of the main display panel. This information is permitted on the cdcr of the container, if desired. This includes immediate containers, outer packaging, such as display cards and cccr containers which the user may purchase to dispense and ccccr a regulated product. During product classification, the person responsible must consider all possible routes through which a consumer could be exposed — oral, dermal, eye contact and inhalation.
There are two conditions that must be met in order to classify a product as toxic by aspiration: If a chemical product falls into more than one sub-category, the product must be classified according to the most hazardous. Conserver loin des sources de chaleur.
Frequently Asked Questions – Consumer Chemicals and Containers Regulations, 2001
This review of more recent exposure data concluded that MEKP would more accurately be classified in the sub-category “toxic” for ingestion LC 50 and 200 50 values. It does NOT mean the size of the label. Teeth use by a 5 years old child should therefore be considered in the evaluation of a child-resistant container. A wiping cloth that contains a consumer chemical product may not pose a significant oral hazard. For enforcement cfcr, a container is considered to fail this requirement where it can be opened without using the instructed actions, such as a seized cap that can be unscrewed without first pushing down.
Manufacturers and importers are responsible ccr product liability law for properly assessing the risks of each product and formulation that cccr sell. Data from OECD tests take precedence over results from other relevant test methods.
Ne pas provoquer le vomissement. Single-use containers are intended to be opened only once and not be re-closeable. Ethylene glycol has a sweet, acrid taste which is alluring to children. Also, an importer may temporarily that is, for a reasonable transition period bring non-complying chemical products or containers into Canada to re-export them to another country.
Pens are included in this exception, if the ink is classified in the “harmful” sub-category, and the ink cartridge has a capacity of 2 grams or less and is constructed in such a way that, under reasonably foreseeable use, the ink will only emerge from the writing tip.
Determination — other effects. This ccc also applies to products from which the liquid cannot flow freely, including but not limited to: The use of the words “may contain” and other ccxr which leave some ambiguity as to the composition and, consequently, the health hazard of the product, is discouraged.
The estimated lethal dose varies between 0. A hazardous ingredient referred to in paragraph 31 c must be identified. The specific hazard statement and negative instructions related to mixing is intended to warn of the hazard when a consumer chemical product is mixed with another product, such as bleach and household ammonia, or acidic toilet-bowl cleaner and bleach.
Without the tube, the spray is a mist and the product qualifies for the exemption of paragraph 40 2 a. Do not confuse this with placing the information immediately below the common name as this is not always at the centre of the MDP.
If the container is likely to be opened using a level of force that can reasonably be expected from a five-year old child, then it would not be considered child-resistant. The criteria describe products that are hazardous because of the immediacy of the harmful effect following exposure and because they can cause death. For example, sideways printing or display in a corner of the card is not acceptable.
Thus the container need not maintain child-resistant characteristics once opened. For all practical purposes, sufficient information is visible under normal conditions of advertisement or sale to the consumer, even where slight turning of the container is necessary to read the complete sentences.
Subsection 4 5 ensures that the container displays the appropriate warnings for each applicable route of exposure. Contient [ name of hazardous ingredients in descending order of proportion ].