The Source Intelligence Prop 65 Tableware Compliance Program

by Source Intelligence

on February 9, 2017

Tableware sets lead and cadmium limits for glass and ceramic-ware sold in the State of California. Through the collection of Full Material Declarations (FMDs) for products the constituent materials and chemical of a product can be determined and checked against the continually growing list of restricted chemicals. In addition Certificates of Conformity (CoC), Laboratory Test Reports (LTR), or Manufacturing Contract Agreement (MCA) from the customer’s supply chain can also be collected.

 

The Source Intelligence Prop 65 Tableware Compliance Program

 

Easily identify restricted substances in your supply chain based on the collection of product Full Material Disclosures (FMDs). Store and manage compliance documentation, such as Certificates of Conformity (CoC), Laboratory Test Reports (LTR), or Manufacturing Contract Agreement (MCA).

 

Prop 65 Compliance

 

We work with your suppliers to get you the information you need. We assess the incoming information and identify parts and components that are not in compliance.

 

Supplier Engagement

 

Supplier engagement is where we excel. We work with your suppliers to get the necessary data, and offer them 24/7 multilingual support via phone, email or live chat.

 

Supplier Education

 

The key getting accurate data is to empower your suppliers through education. We give your suppliers the tools and training they need to get you the data you need.

 

Want to know if your products comply with CA Prop 65 Tableware requirements? Find out fast with Source Intelligence. Easily load supplier and product data then assess the contents of your product against the Prop 65 Tableware substance list. Source Intelligence simplifies the compliance process by collecting and analyzing the information you need.

 

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