Consumer Chemicals and Containers Regulations, 2001
12 (1) The responsible person must prepare and maintain documents containing the following information and must keep those documents for a period of at least three years after the day on which the child-resistant container is manufactured in Canada or the day on which it is imported:
(a) for a container that comes into direct contact with the chemical product, the specifications critical to the child-resistant characteristics of the container, which specifications must include
(i) the physical measurements within which the container retains its child-resistant characteristics,
(ii) if applicable, the torque that must be applied to open or close the container, and
(iii) the compatibility of the container and its closure system with the chemical product that is to be put into it; and
(b) the test results that demonstrate that the container and its closure system comply with the requirements of a standard set out in paragraph 9(b).
Marginal note:Inspector’s request
(2) The responsible person for a chemical product that is required by these Regulations to be packaged in a child-resistant container must provide an inspector with any of the documents that the inspector requests within 15 days after the day on which the request is received.
- SOR/2012-71, s. 4
- SOR/2016-170, s. 4
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