EMI Environemental Medicine, Inc.

LHAMA Certification for ASTM D-4236

An EMI art materials review for compliance with ASTM D-4236 using the guidelines outlined in Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Chapter 16 1500.135 affords a thorough and comprehensive analysis.

While some competitors only provide a formula evaluation for chronic hazards with no physical or chemical considerations in their analysis, EMI offers a full complement of analytics and certifications.

  • LHAMA certification and FHSA review
  • Consumer product labeling
  • Compliance with California Proposition 65 as well as applicable state art labeling codes
  • Provide expert testimony and representation with regulatory agencies

An EMI art materials review for compliance with ASTM D-4236 may provide the following:

  • Formula Review
  • Raw ingredients evaluation
  • Visual physical analysis
  • Product application assessment and review
  • Analysis of physical form and size/volume
  • Accessibility analysis
  • Consideration of intended use including appropriate age grading
  • Evaluation of exposure routes including ingestion, skin and eye contact, and inhalation under normal use or reasonably foreseeable misuse.
  • Review for chronic hazards – CPSC regulations
  • Review for acute hazards –  FHSA – Federal Hazardous  Substances Act
  • Review existing labeling for hazard and precautionary language per ASTM D-4236
  • Prepare CPSC- compliant label statements
  • Analysis of laboratory test results done by CPSIA-approved subcontracted laboratories.
  • Review for art materials toxicity – LHAMA
  • Review specifically for 16 CFR 1500.14 Art Materials
  • Review for California Proposition 65 ingredients
  • Notify CPSC of product certification and compliance
  • List on Thomson Reuters Poison Index site
  • 1-800-gotoxic on demand toxic informational hot line (At additional cost)
Environmental Medicine, Inc.
778 Carver Ave.
Westwood, NJ 07675
P: 201.666.7929
F: 201.666.8611
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