Chemicals Under Consideration
FDA - Formally Re- quired to be Labeled or Identified
Request for information public comments dead- line: 5/6/2013. Listed effective 5/24/2013.
SQE - Carcinogen Identification Commit- tee
Request for information public comment dead- line: 5/21/2013
Request for Information public comment dead- line: 5/21/2013
Request for Information public comment deadline
Request for Information public comments due
Methyl Isobutyl Ketone
Male reproduc- tive and devel- opmental toxicity
Hydrogen Cyanide and Cyanide Salts
Male Repro- ductive Tox- icity
Request for information: 5/13/2011;
Notice of Intent to List: 3/22/2013
Developmen- tal toxicity
Issued Notice of Intent to List, Pro- posed MADL and Request for Infor- mation. Public comment period extended to 4/10/2013. Listed on April 11, 2013. Preliminary Injunc- tion halting listing process and delisting BPA issued 4/19/2013.
Re-issue Notice of Intent to List via Labor Code mechanism based on National Toxicology Program’s listing in the Report on Carcinogens and finding of sufficient evidence of carci- nogenicity in experimental animals. Proposal withdrawn - 2/15/2013.
Issue Notice of Intent to Change Ba- sis for Listing to Formally Required to be Labeled or Identified as Causing Cancer based on the U.S. FDA-ap- proved cancer warning.
Butyl Benzyl Phthalate
SQE - Carcino- gen Identification Committee
OEHHA to prepare hazard identifica- tion materials for review by the Car- cinogen Identification Committee at a future meeting to be announced. Public comments posted: 2/5/2013
Developmen- tal/ Repro- ductive toxicant
Pending. Data Call-In and public comment period closed 3/20/2012. Public Comments Received. Hazard Identification Materials were released
10/12/2012. DART Committee de- clined to list at developmental, male and female endpoints -
Proposed or Recently Modified NSRLs and MADLS
290 micrograms per day. Public comment period extended to 4/10/2013.
Chromium (hexava- lent compounds)
Section 25707(b)(4) refer- ence CR6 poses no sig- nificant risk when ingested.
Deleted reference as pos- ing no significant risk
when ingested. Amend- ment takes effect
None. NSRL proposed. Public comment period ended 10/15/2012. NSRL took effect 1/16/2013.
None. MADL proposed. Public comment posted
Original proposal - 220 ug/day. Amended pro- posed MADL 10,000 ug/day
Benzyl Butyl Phtha- late (BBP)
None. MADL proposed.
1,200 ug/day Oral. Public comments posted
Tris(1,3-dichloro-2- propyl) phosphate (TDCPP)
None. NSRL proposed. Ad- opted 10/9/2012.
None. MADL proposed. Proposed MADL with- drawn by OEHHA on
None. NSRL adopted.
Polychlorinated bi- phenyls (PCBs)
NSRL: 0.09 ug/day Public comment period extended on 5/25/2012. Proposal withdrawn on 12/21/2012.
NSRL proposed 0.35 ug/day; MADL proposed for 2.3 ug/day – both levels limited to food chain expo- sures.
None. Proposed MADLs:
47,000 ug/day (Inhalation)
and 23,000 ug/day (Oral)
47,000 ug/day (Inhalation) and 23,000 ug/day (Oral). Comment period was ex- tended to June 25, 2012. Public meeting held May 7. Adopted 4/18/2013, effec- tive 7/1/2013.
C.I. Disperse Yellow 3
2,6-Dimethyl-N-Nitrosomorpho- line (2,6-DNN)
Coconut oil diethanolamine con- densate (cocamide dietha- nolamine)
Proposition 65 Chemicals Removed From Consideration
Removed from consideration for listing via the Labor
Diesel fuel, marine
Re-issue Notice of Intent to List via Labor Code mecha- nism based on National Toxicology Program’s listing in the Report on Carcinogens and finding of sufficient evi- dence of carcinogenicity in experimental animals. Pro- posal withdrawn.
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