PRLog - Sep. 4, 2014 - HONG KONG -- Regulations on Lead and Cadmium in Children’s Jewelry
Canada Regulatory Initiative proposes to amend regulations on children's jewelry
In June 2014, Health Canada announced a Regulatory Initiative to amend the Children’s Jewelry Regulations (SOR/2011-19)
The announcement advises that Canadians will have the opportunity to provide additional input during the Canada Gazette, Part 1 public comment period, which is anticipated to take place during the Fall of 2014 and will last 75 days.
Highlights of Canada’s Regulatory Initiative
Highlights of the Regulatory Initiative and the existing requirements under the Children’s Jewelry Regulations (SOR/2011-19)
- Regulatory Initiative: Regulations Amending the Children's Jewelry Regulations - Forward Regulatory Plan 2014-2016 (http://www.hc-
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