Science Education Sets Regulations
C.R.C., c. 934
Regulations Respecting the Advertising, Sale and Importation of Science Education Sets
2. In these Regulations,
“Act” means the Hazardous Products Act; (Loi)
- “oral LD50 value”
“oral LD50 value” means the single dose of a substance that, when administered orally in an animal assay, is expected to cause the death of at least 50% of a defined population of test animals; (niveau de la DL50 orale)
- “replacement chemical”
“replacement chemical” means a chemical product, as defined in the Consumer Chemicals and Containers Regulations, 2001, for restocking a science education set; (produit chimique de rechange)
- “science education set”
“science education set” means a collection of products, materials or substances sold as a consumer product to instruct the user about a science and that contains a chemical product as defined in the Consumer Chemicals and Containers Regulations, 2001. (nécessaire d’expérience scientifique)
- SOR/90-431, s. 1;
- SOR/2001-271, s. 1.
3. The sale, importation and advertising of a science education set or a replacement chemical is permitted if the requirements of these Regulations are met.
- SOR/90-431, s. 2.
4. Any written statement or other graphic information required by these Regulations
(a) shall be
(i) clearly and prominently shown and in distinct contrast to other graphic matter, and
(ii) readily discernible to the purchaser or the user of the product under customary conditions of purchase or use; and
(b) shall appear in both the English and French languages.
5. Every science education set shall
(a) contain or bear directions for the safe use of the chemicals that it contains; and
(b) bear, on its outer display carton and in any literature that it contains, the following statement:
“WARNING. This set contains chemicals that may be harmful if misused. Read the information in the instruction manual. If splashed in the eyes, or on skin, flush thoroughly with water. Get medical attention immediately if splashed in eyes. Not to be used by children except under adult supervision. Not recommended for children under 12 years of age.”
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