New York Household Cleanser DisclosurePatrick Russie2019-09-06T10:19:31+00:00
New York Household Cleanser Disclosure Program
On August 27, 2019, the State of New York Supreme Court invalidated the New York Department of Environmental Conservation (NYDEC) Household Cleansing Product Information Disclosure Program (Disclosure Program).
Quantum will continue to monitor any updates and support a solution when a new regulation is passed.
Our team has been working with Chemical Compliance for nearly thirty years, and have supported compliance with similar programs. The New York rule is nothing new to us!
Each document you send to us will be converted and personally verified by at least two Hazard Communication Experts, each with more than five years of experience.
Our SDS Authoring software allows our experts to more quickly generate documents, which in turn allows us to offer a high degree of care and expertise without sacrificing speed and affordability.
Quantum understands that your documents may include proprietary information (such as mixture formulation), and will work with you to ensure that information remains secure. The output belongs to you and you alone.
This rule will take effect on October 1st of 2019. Don’t miss the deadline! Convert today!
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