What Every Label Needs
The new requirement to list at least one chemical for which the warning is being provided.
The new regulations, however, do allow one very useful exception from listing specific chemicals on product-warning labels—a truncated label can be used when the label is placed directly on the product or product packaging.
The Internet address for OEHHA’s new Proposition 65 warnings website, www.P65Warnings.ca.gov, includes additional information on the health effects of listed chemicals and ways to reduce or eliminate exposure to them.
Some items are required to be on the label such as a yellow triangle with a black exclamation, the word "WARNING", as well as the web address to OEHHA.
Regarding warnings in other languages, the State of California suggests the following, “When a consumer product sign, label or shelf tag used to provide a warning includes consumer information in a language other than English, the warning must also be provided in that language in addition to English. Facilities that provide signage in non-English languages would also have to provide any required warnings in those languages, in addition to English.”