Safer Consumer Products
The Safer Consumer Products (SCP) Program implements California’s
Green Chemistry law which aims to reduce toxic chemicals in consumer
products. The SCP regulations require manufacturers to look for safer
alternatives for potentially hazardous products.
How can Responsible Entities use CalSAFER?
A Responsible Entity (RE) is defined as a manufacturer, importer, assembler, or retailer,
who is responsible for complying with the SCP regulations. RE’s can use CalSAFER to
submit any of the notifications or reports associated with compliance.
CalSAFER is a data management system maintained by the Department of Toxic
Substances Control (DTSC). It operates as the information center for the
regulatory activities of the Safer Consumer Products Program (SCP).
How can Stakeholders use CalSAFER?
A Stakeholder is defined as the public and/or an organization who is interested in the
program’s activities and rulemaking processes. Stakeholders can use CalSAFER to
provide the Department feedback through submission of comments and petitions.
View our Regulations Here