Prop 65 & CPSIA Compliance


Prop 65

California Proposition 65 (Prop 65) is the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986 published as Section 25249.7 of California’s Health and Safety Code. Proposition 65 is intended to warn consumers of potential exposures to chemicals that are recognized by the State of California as carcinogens and reproductive toxins. Prop 65 applies to all consumer goods sold within the state and impacts all importers, domestic manufacturers, and retailers of these items.

Product Safety Statement Prop 65 Disclosure List
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Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act of 2008 (CPSIA).
In August 2008, the US Congress passed the CPSIA which has multiple provisions that took effect in 2012. Beacon is compliant with the current provisions regarding acceptable levels (less than 100 PPM) of lead in the product and in paint and surface coatings. Our printing inks are compliant based on the manufacturer’s compliance statement.

Children’s Products.
The Consumer Protection Safety Improvement Act of 2008 created specific standards for items that are designed for, and intended for use by children 12 years of age and under. Mandatory compliance to this act went into effect in February 2011. Beacon’s products are not designed for distribution to children but for business-to-business use; purchased by and distributed to adults. Nevertheless, we have three products that may be used by children and we have identified them as our Promo Blocks, and full-color promo socks (HC350S & HC351S). These products have been tested by a CPSC approved 3rd Party laboratory and meet the appropriate CPSIA requirements for children’s items.




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