Consumer Products Containing Lead Regulations
P.C. 2018-437 2018-04-20
His Excellency the Governor General in Council, on the recommendation of the Minister of Health, pursuant to section 37Footnote a of the Canada Consumer Product Safety ActFootnote b, makes the annexed Consumer Products Containing Lead Regulations.
1 The following definitions apply in these Regulations.
- accessible part
accessible part means any part of a product that may be touched, licked, mouthed or swallowed during the reasonably foreseeable use of the product. (partie accessible)
- consumer product containing lead
consumer product containing lead means any of the following products that contains lead:
(a) a product that is brought into contact with the user’s mouth during normal use, except for
(b) any clothing or clothing accessory that is intended for use by a child under 14 years of age;
(c) a product that is intended for use in learning or play by a child under 14 years of age;
(d) a book or similar printed product that is intended for a child under 14 years of age, except if it is
(e) a product whose primary purpose is to facilitate the relaxation, sleep, hygiene, carrying or transportation of a child under four years of age. (produit de consommation contenant du plomb)
- good laboratory practices
good laboratory practices means practices that are in accordance with the principles set out in the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development document entitled OECD Principles of Good Laboratory Practice, Number 1 of the OECD Series on Principles of Good Laboratory Practice and Compliance Monitoring, ENV/MC/CHEM(98)17, the English version of which is dated January 21, 1998 and the French version of which is dated March 6, 1998. (bonnes pratiques de laboratoire)
Marginal note:Lead content — accessible part
(2) Each accessible part may contain more than 90 mg/kg of lead if
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Coming into Force
Marginal note:Six months after publication
Footnote *4 These Regulations come into force on the day that, in the sixth month after the month in which they are published in the Canada Gazette, Part II, has the same calendar number as the day on which they are published or, if that sixth month has no day with that number, the last day of that sixth month.
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