Menu
Log in

Webinar: United States Consumer Chemical Product Labelling

  • 11 June 2024
  • 14:00 - 16:00
  • Online, webinar
  • 146

Registration


Register

   

     CHCS Webinar


Download The Flier

Webinar: United States Consumer Chemical Product Labelling

    Webinar Overview

    Unlike the European Union and United Kingdom, the United States (US) does not use any version of the GHS for the labelling of consumer chemicals (yet). The labelling of these products is covered by the US Federal Hazardous Substances Act (FHSA), found in Title 16 of the US Code of Federal Regulations.

    The contents declarations are covered by the Federal Trade Commission Regulations and at the state level, NIST Handbook 130.

    This webinar will review the labelling requirements, in addition to the requirements for child resistant packaging.

    The webinar will cover the following:

    • What is a consumer product?
    • Hazard classification
    • Chemicals requiring special labelling
    • Required label elements
    • Placement, type size, conspicuousness
    • Poison prevention packaging
    • Net contents declarations (form, size, placement)
    • Brief review of California Proposition 65 warning requirements

        Our Presenter

    Denese A. Deeds, CIH
    Denese Deeds is co-founder of IHSC, LLC IHSC, LLC (ih-sc.com), where she is the Director of Chemical Regulatory Services. In that function, she prepares safety data sheets (SDS), labels and other hazard communication documents and assists companies with overall chemical regulatory compliance. Prior to founding IHSC, she worked as an industrial hygienist for General Electric and Westinghouse.

    Denese is active on the AIHA Stewardship and Sustainability Committee and served on the team that developed the SDS and Label Author Registry. She is an AIHA Fellow, a past president of the Society for Chemical Hazard Communication (SCHC), a SDS and Label Authoring Registered Specialist, the 2014 recipient of the AIHA Alice Hamilton Award and the Lifetime Achievement Award by SCHC in 2016. Denese is a certified Industrial Hygienist, and also serves as a delegate to the GHS Subcommittee of Experts on the GHS for DGAC.

    Who Should Attend?
    The webinar will be of interest to organisations that are involved, or planning to be involved in the supply of consumer products to the United States, and to anyone who is interested in consumer regulation for supply to the US market.

    Registration
    The webinar is free of charge for members of CHCS: please click on the REGISTER button on this web page. 

    You will receive an email of confirmation and then an email from GoToWebinar explaining how to join the event on the day.

    We are also pleased to offer the webinar free-of-charge to members of BADGP and SCHC (click on the links to see how to register).

    If you are interested in attending, but not a member of these organisations, you can JOIN CHCS and then register, free-of-charge. Further webinars on a variety of topics are also being planned.

    Questions?
    If you have any questions, please email: enquiries@chcs.org.uk.

    Your Attention Is Drawn To These Conditions
    CHCS reserves the right to alter or cancel the programme due to circumstances beyond our control.


         

    Members Of BADGP & SCHC

    CHCS is delighted to have arrangements with:

    Members of both organisations can attend CHCS events at CHCS member-only rates and vice versa. If you are a member of either organisation and wish to attend this course, please visit the Partners page of our website and follow the links to the web page of the organisation to see how to register.  

    Your Attention Is Drawn To These Conditions

    CHCS reserves the right to alter or cancel the programme due to circumstances beyond our control. 

    CHCS Training

    OTHER CHCS EVENTS

    HOW TO JOIN CHCS

    CHCS Membership is open to any person with an interest in chemical hazard communications. You can join by completing the simple on-line form at Join CHCS.

    Contact CHCS

    See full CHCS Contact Details.



    © Chemical Hazards Communication Society

    Privacy Notice
    Data Protection Policy
    Website Privacy Policy


    Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software