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Comments Open – Consumer Product Exclusion within Canada’s Hazardous Products Act

Posted on: February 22, 2021

by Darlene Susa-Anderson

people holding pens working with laptopStakeholders interested in commenting on the consumer product exclusion within the proposed revision to the Hazardous Products Act have from February 9 until March 23, 2021 to do so. Details on the consultation can be found here: WHMIS.org | Canada’s National WHMIS Portal. The results of the survey will be evaluated by Health Canada to inform the approach to the consumer product exclusion within the proposed revision to the Hazardous Products Act.

Further details on the proposed amendments to Canada’s Hazardous Product Act and Hazardous Products Regulations are available in our previous blog article: Canada Publishes Proposals to Amend the HPR to Align with GHS

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Canada, Hazardous Products Act (HPA), Hazardous Products Regulations (HPR), Consumer Product


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