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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There are no exceptions. The distinction between sub-categories is the ease of ignition or length of flame projection.
Frequently Asked Questions – Consumer Chemicals and Containers Regulations, –
The saturated vapour concentration SVC is the maximum concentration of the vapour of a liquid or solid that can exist in air at a particular temperature. During the label development, all sectors involved agreed that the regulations should prescribe mandatory warnings for the various hazard categories and sub-categories.
These over-labels are generally not as effective from a user point of view, and should not be a permanent solution. In addition, some chemicals that have been declared toxic under paragraph 64 c of CEPA are prohibited under the Prohibition of Certain Toxic Substances Regulationsfor example, certain polychlorinated terphenyls and polybrominated biphenyls.
Finally, it gives directions for administering immediate first aid to the victim. If human experience data for the whole product demonstrates that it is capable of causing an irritant effect, then the product is classified as irritant.
However, if the user leaves the tube in the caulking gun, the contents are readily available by operating the caulking gun.
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A product that spontaneously combusts under reasonably foreseeable conditions of use. Estimation of the toxicity of the product as a whole in such cases may significantly misrepresent the hazard when the upper layer that separates, or supernatant layer, will be accessible as a distinct mixture or solution and may be so ingested by a child.
Not included are package liners, shipping containers or any outer wrapping or box that is used only during transportation of the product subsection 16 2.
Sections 33 and 34 set out the steps for classifying a product into the toxic product sub-categories: These effects may be caused in part by ethanol which is released when ethyl acetate is broken down in the body.
A complex mixture is treated as a single ingredient. Manipuler avec grand soin. Based on the measurements from a couple of different 60 mL bottles, the following was the result:. For enforcement purposes, a container is considered to 201 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.
Other information — height and body size. Three standards are indicated in order to harmonize the requirements to the most commonly used and accepted international child-resistant container standards.
Sub-categories — inhalation exposure. The container must dispense only one drop of the chemical product at a time. Sub-categories — dermal exposure. Examples of complex mixtures are petroleum distillates, d-limonene, pine oil and air. Adequate, reliable data may not be available for all ingredients of a product, for various reasons: The person responsible should ensure that the main display panel on the container remains visible during retail stocking. However, once a product’s formula is changed, there must be market history data on the new formulation in order to classify the modified product fccr human experience data.
CCCR 2001 and 60 mL “Gorilla” Bottles
For example, it is unlikely that a cleanser absorbed into a cloth would be ingested, as long as the mixture cannot be squeezed-out. What is the purpose of this regulation? Multiple sub-categories — flammable products. For example, sideways printing or display in a corner of the card is not acceptable.
According to paragraph 15 1 a a product may be displayed in an advertisement without the required information on the container or package. The label statements are generic in terms of the hazard in order to be applicable to all types of consumer chemical 20001 which fall within a particular vccr.
Section 5 requires that the person responsible must produce the record of the steps taken to classify their product. Return to footnote a R. Exception — main display panel less than 35 cm 2.
Large numbers of these containers were found to be non-functional at retail. A line is drawn XY to the apex of the opposite corner ‘Y’.
The term “peer-reviewed” does not mean that a study must be published in a journal or other similar scientific publication; it is more flexible. If a chemical product falls into more than one sub-category, the product must be classified according to cccg most hazardous.
However, once a container design has passed a child-test protocol, mechanical testing can be used to verify continued product compliance to the specifications established as effective.
Due to its low vapour pressure, ethylene glycol will not normally release enough vapour at room temperature to pose an inhalation hazard. In the past, ethyl bromoacetate was sold as a joke product: This approach meant that all groups participated in shaping the results, and that Health Canada foresees co-operation in implementing the resulting Regulations.
For example, a manufacturer would 200 be expected to test for the flash point of a product that has no flammable ingredients or to test whether an aqueous solution is a pressurized container. Display cards and blister cards are considered to be packaging under paragraph 15 1 b and must be labelled accordingly.
However, as the pH moves from the highly acidic and highly alkaline extremes, the distinction between borderline corrosive and irritant substances, and between the moderate and weak irritants, becomes less obvious.
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