Public hearing on January 13, 2016 on new regulations that would further the “right-to-know” purposes of the statute and provide more specific guidance on the content of safe harbor warnings for a variety of exposure situations, and corresponding methods for providing those warnings.
Meetings and Workshops
Upcoming Meetings and Workshops
Previous Meetings and Workshops
Extension of public comment period and announcement of a public meeting on whether hydrogen cyanide and cyanide salts meet the authoritative bodies listing criteria set forth Title 27, Cal. Code of Regulations, section 25306.
45-day public comment period on the revised hazard identification document on the reproductive toxicity for methyl-n-butyl ketone and its active metabolite, 2,5-hexanedione
Carcinogen Identification Committee (CIC) meeting possible delisting of nitrapyrin and diaminotoluene (mixed).
The Carcinogen Identification Committee meets Wednesday, November 4, 2015, in the Coastal Hearing Room of the California Environmental Protection Agency headquarters building located at 1001 I Street, Sacramento beginning at 10:00 am and continuing until all business is conducted or 5:00 pm
Preregulatory workshop to discuss possible amendments to existing regulations in Section 25821(a) concerning the calculation of the concentration of listed chemicals in foods.
OEHHA is considering amending Title 27, CCR Section 25821(c), Level of Exposure to Chemicals Causing Reproductive Toxicity to clarify that the reasonably anticipated rate of intake or exposure to a listed chemical must be calculated as the arithmetic mean of daily intake or exposure for product users.
OEHHA is considering the possible addition of Section 25501.1, that would establish background levels for certain ubiquitous chemicals, such as lead and arsenic that are naturally present in unprocessed foods.
Hearing announcement regarding the petition and OEHHA’s pre-regulatory proposal for new Safe Harbor Levels for lead on October 14, 2015.
Bisphenol A (BPA) considered for possible listing based on female reproductive toxicity by the DARTIC at the meeting scheduled for Thursday, May 7, 2015.