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Amusement Parks

The Article 6 regulatory proposal includes safe harbor warning methods and content a business may use to warn a person of exposures to listed chemicals that can occur from an amusement park.   Warnings must also be provided for various exposure sources such as consumer products, alcoholic beverages, food, and enclosed parking facilities, where such exposures occur in an amusement park.

⚠ WARNING: Some areas or features in this amusement park can expose you to chemicals including [name of one or more chemicals], which is [are] known to the State of California to cause cancer or birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov/amusement-parks.

Under the current regulation there is no safe harbor warning specific to amusement parks, however, warnings must be provided for exposures to listed chemicals which occur in an amusement park.  The clear and reasonable warning provisions in the current Article 6 provide safe harbor warning content and methods for exposures to listed chemicals from various sources such as consumer products, alcoholic beverages, and food.

Note: Businesses can use either the old warning or new warning until August 30, 2018. After August 2018, only the new safe harbor options will be available.  For more information see: Questions and Answers for Businesses

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