The US state of Vermont’s Department of Health (DoH) has published guidance to help economic operators in the children’s product sector comply with the latest reporting requirements relating to chemicals of high concern to children (CHCC) in the Children’s Product Rule.
The guidance document – September 2020 Chemical Disclosure Guidance for Manufacturers – contains multiple changes, including:
The document also contains the dates for the 2021-2030 reporting period:
Stakeholders should note July 31 is the interim reporting deadline for children’s products that are offered for sale after the start of each reporting period. Products reported by this date are not then required to be re-reported in the same reporting period.
The guidance relates to the Vermont DoH’s most recent revision, which came into effect on September 1, 2020. It contains three important changes:
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