Controlled Products Regulations (SOR/88-66)

Regulations are current to 2014-09-29 and last amended on 2010-02-23. Previous Versions

  •  (1) Where information respecting the toxicological properties of a controlled product disclosed on a material safety data sheet may be interpreted in such a way as to qualify or contradict other toxicological information disclosed on the material safety data sheet, the material safety data sheet shall include sufficient information concerning the toxicological studies so as not to mislead a person as to the nature or extent of the hazard posed by the controlled product.

  • (2) For the purposes of determining whether information may mislead a person as to the nature or extent of a hazard, the general impression that the information conveys shall be taken into account.

PART IILABELS

Exemptions

Inner Containers

  •  (1) For the purposes of this section, “outer container” means the most outward container of a controlled product that is visible under normal conditions of storage and handling, but does not include the most outward container if it is the only container of the controlled product. (contenant extérieur)

  • (2) The sale or importation of a controlled product is exempt from the application of paragraph 13(b) or 14(b) of the Act in respect of the requirement to apply a label to a container that is

    • (a) the inner container of the controlled product, if

      • (i) the outer container is not labelled in accordance with paragraph (d),

      • (ii) the person to whom the controlled product is sold undertakes in writing to apply a label to the inner container in accordance with paragraph 13(b) or 14(b) of the Act, and

      • (iii) in the case of a controlled product that is a mixture of one or more radioactive nuclides and one or more non-radioactive carrier materials, the mixture is packaged in more than one container and the outer container is labelled as required by these Regulations;

    • (b) a package liner of the controlled product;

    • (c) the outer container of the controlled product, if the label on an inner container is visible and legible through the outer container under normal conditions of storage and handling; or

    • (d) the outer container of a controlled product, if the outer container has applied to it a label in accordance with the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations.

  • SOR/88-555, s. 2;
  • SOR/2001-254, s. 5.

Bulk Shipments

  •  (1) The sale or importation of a bulk shipment of a controlled product is exempt from the application of paragraph 13(b) or 14(b) of the Act if

    • (a) a label, material safety data sheet or statement in writing disclosing the information required to be disclosed by section 19 in respect of the controlled product is transmitted to the person to whom the controlled product is sold on or before the date on which the person receives the bulk shipment; or

    • (b) the supplier has transmitted to the person to whom the controlled product is sold or the supplier who imports the controlled product has in his possession a label, material safety data sheet or statement in writing that

      • (i) is for a controlled product that has the same product identifier, and

      • (ii) discloses the information that is required to be disclosed by section 19 in respect of the controlled product and is current at the time of the sale or importation.

  • (2) For the purposes of subsection (1), where the information is transmitted on a material safety data sheet or a statement in writing, hazard symbols required to be disclosed by paragraph 19(1)(d) in respect of the controlled product may be replaced by reference to the class and, in the case of a controlled product included in Class D — Poisonous and Infectious Materials, the division into which the controlled product falls.