Proposition 65, officially known as the Safe Drinking Water and Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986, is a California law designed to protect consumers from exposure to chemicals known to cause cancer or reproductive toxicity. Under this law, businesses are required to provide warnings to California consumers about potential chemical exposures from their products.

California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA): The Proposition 65 program is administered by the California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA). OEHHA maintains a list of over 850 chemicals that are identified as potential hazards under Proposition 65.

New Proposition 65 Warnings: In August 2016, OEHHA adopted new regulations that became effective on August 30, 2018. These regulations introduced changes to the information required in Proposition 65 warnings. The goal of these warnings is to ensure that California consumers are well-informed about potential chemical exposures associated with the products they use.

Additional Information: For more details about the new Proposition 65 warnings and to understand their implications, please visit the official website of the California Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment (OEHHA) at

Accessing Proposition 65 and Regulations: You can find comprehensive information about Proposition 65 and its regulations on the official Proposition 65 website:

Reporting Violations: If you believe there has been an alleged violation of California Health and Safety Code Section 25249.5 or 25249.6 under Proposition 65, you can learn more about the process for providing notice to 6pm by visiting this link.

Proposition 65 is an important law that aims to safeguard the health and well-being of California consumers by raising awareness about potential chemical exposures. We encourage you to stay informed and take appropriate precautions when using products covered by Proposition 65 warnings.