Monday, July 23, 2018

Section: News

The Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment’s (OEHHA) recent update to the Proposition 65 warning regulations take effect on August 30th of this year.  
The new warning regulations substantially change what warnings must say and how they must be presented to the public or consumers.   
A section of the new regulations provides guidance for the type of warnings that would need to be provided at the entrance of commercial buildings, including warnings that must specify the chemical for which the warning is being provided.  
The regulations also speak to other type of exposure scenarios they may be relevant for commercial buildings, including food warnings, parking lot warnings, and others.  
On Friday, August 10th, 10:00 a.m., BOMA California will host a webinar with Anthony Samson and Tiffany Ikeda, attorneys with Arnold & Porter, and Proposition 65 compliance experts, to walk through the new requirements.
Webinar Information Here:
BOMA California Proposition 65 Compliance Webinar
Friday, August 10, 10:00 a.m.
Click Here to Add to your Calendar and Get Webinar Information
Proposition 65 is a complicated area of law and your properties are all unique.   With that in mind we highly recommend that you work with internal legal resources or an external firm that can provide guidance to assure you are in full compliance.

To read the more about Proposition 65 guidelines, click here.