Consumer labeling initiative, phase II report

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U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Prevention, Pesticides, and Toxic Substances , [Washington, D.C.]
Consumer goods -- Labeling -- United States., Commercial products -- Labeling -- United States., Pesticides -- Labeling -- United States., Consumer education -- United St
Other titlesConsumer labeling initiative, phase 2 report., Consumer labeling initiative, phase two report.
Statementprepared for Julie Winters and John Alter ; prepared by Abt Associates Inc.
ContributionsUnited States. Environmental Protection Agency. Prevention, Pesticides, and Toxic Substances., Abt Associates.
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Paginationxix, 557 p.
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Open LibraryOL17704066M

Consumer Label Initiative Reports Reports on consumer research, findings, and recommendations generated by the CLI: The Consumer Labeling Initiative resulted in a Phase I Report and a Phase II report. Portions of these reports and a PDF of the Consumer labeling initiative report are provided for your reference.

Reports on CLI Research; Top of page. Get this from a library. Consumer labeling initiative, phase II report. [United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Prevention, Pesticides, and Toxic Substances. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Consumer labeling initiative, phase I report.

Washington, D.C.: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of. Consumer Product Labeling Initiatives - Information and Resources - Free Consumer Labeling Initiative.

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The Consumer Labeling Initiative (CLI) is a voluntary, cooperative effort to foster pollution prevention, empower consumer choice, and improve understanding by presenting clear, consistent, and useful safe use, environmental, and health information on household consumer product labels.

CLI Phase II Report - Foreword. The Consumer Labeling Initiative (CLI), a pilot program of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, was initiated in March The initiation of the project was announced in a Federal Register (FR) notice dated Ma (61 FR ). The goal of the CLI is to foster pollution prevention, empower.

Consumer Labeling Initiative Phase II Report prepared for: Julie Winters Pollution Prevention Division Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxics U.S. Environmental Protection Agency M. Street, SW Washington, DC and John Alter Chemical Control Division Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxics U.S.

Environmental Protection Agency M. In the Phase II engagement (), we presented proposed options to modernize the system.

This report is a summary of the stakeholder feedback to the Phase II FLM consultations held in the winter and spring of Consultations used a combination of face-to-face discussions in five cities across Canada, webinars, and an online questionnaire.

SUMMARY: EPA is Consumer labeling initiative the availability for public review and comment of a draft version of the Consumer Labeling Initiative (CLI) Phase II Report.

The draft Phase II Report describes qualitative and quantitative consumer research performed duringsummarizes the research findings and conclusions, describes other project activities.

CLI Phase II Report: Executive Summary. The Consumer Labeling Initiative (CLI), a pilot program of the U.S.

Environmental Protection Agency, began in March with a Federal Register (FR) notice (61 FR ).

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A voluntary initiative, the CLI was established with phase II report book goal to foster pollution prevention, empower consumer choice, and improve consumer understanding of safe use, environmental.

This chapter describes the goals, structure, processes, and activities of Phase II of the Consumer Labeling Initiative (CLI). Phase I of the CLI included qualitative research to investigate consumer comprehension and satisfaction with product labels for indoor insecticides, outdoor pesticides, and household cleaners [1].

Consumer Labeling Initiative Phase I Report. Septem prepared for: Julie Winters Lynch Work Assignment Manager Pollution Prevention Division Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxics U.S.

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D and Macro International EPA/IAG ID. EPA's Consumer Labeling Initiative Phase II Report Website The Consumer Labeling Initiative (CLI) is a voluntary, cooperative effort to foster pollution prevention, empower consumer choice, and improve understanding. The CLI encourages clear, consistent information on household consumer product labels about safe use as well as environmental and health considerations.

CLI Projects Underway: / Preparation of CLI Phase II Report / Launch of "Read the Label First!" consumer education campaign / Resolution of policy Issues / Implemention of labeling changes recommended In Phase II Selected CLI Accomplishments to Date: / Survey completion / Publication of CLI Phase I Report S Voluntary implementation of labeling changes based on Interim Label.

Consumer Labelling Initiative: Phase II Report, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Prepared for US EPA. Viscusi, W.K. Toward a proper role for hazard warnings in products liability cases, Journal of Products Liability, 13, 8.

US Consumer Product Safety Commission. Code of Federal Regulations, Subchapter C –. Consumer Labelling Initiative: Phase II Report, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Prepared for US EPA. Viscusi, W.K. Viscusi, W.K. Consumer Labelling Initiative EPA, the specialty pesticide industry, environmental groups, and state and local governments started the Consumer Labeling Initiative.

The Consumer Labeling Initiative, a partnership between the EPA and private industry as well as other federal and local government agencies, has several clearly defined objectives: Improve pesticide product labels, so they are easier for consumers to understand. Help consumers become more aware of product labels and the information they contain.

For additional copies of this guidance, contact the Consumer Affairs Branch (formerly the Executive Secretariat Staff), HFD, CDER, FDA, Fishers Lane, Rockville, MD (Phone:   The existence of various FOP labeling systems prompted the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to undertake an initiative (6) to evaluate these systems.

As part of this initiative, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) prepared 2 reports that provide science-based recommendations for an optimum labeling system (7,8).

"Consumer Labelling Initiative: Phase II Report," Cambridge, Massachusetts, Prepared for US EPA. Viscusi, W.K. "Toward a proper role for hazard warnings in products liability cases," Journal of Products Liability, 13, (GHS) for Chemical Hazard Classification and Labeling for Consumer Products, SDA/CSPA letter to Honorable.

Questions concerning the labeling of food products may be directed to the Food Labeling and Standards Staff (HFS), Office of Nutrition, Labeling, and Dietary Supplements, Center for Food.

Phase I Phase I (completed on Septem ) included literature reviews, reviews of Stakeholder comments and in-depth interviews with product users in five major U.S. cities. The EPA published the Phase I results in the Consumer Labeling Initiative Phase I Report (EPAR). THE LABEL. EPA//R/ Consumer Labeling Initiative: Phase II Report (4pp) ; October A study of consumer product labels in three product categories (indoor insecticides, outdoor pesticides, and household hard surface cleaners).

A three-phase research initiative was developed to address these objectives.

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5 Food Label Consumer Research Phase II Findings: Focus Groups Based on the primary challenges limiting consumers’ ability to use the NFP, three report of Phases I and II.

CHANGES RECOMMENDED BY THE CONSUMER LABELING INITIATIVE In earlythe Office of Pesticide Programs (OPP) began updating its recommended first interviews can be found in the CLI Phase I Report, EPAR, September For information on the research, see the CLI Phase II Report, EPAR, October This.

The existence of various FOP labeling systems prompted the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to undertake an initiative to evaluate these systems.

As part of this initiative, the Institute of Medicine (IOM) prepared 2 reports that provide science-based recommendations for an optimum labeling system (7,8). However, few studies of FOP. United States Office of Prevention, Pesticides EPA R Environmental Protection and Toxic Substances December Agency () Environmental Labeling.

A Guide to Federal Food Labeling Requirements For Meat, Poultry, and Egg Products (PDF Only) A user-friendly, comprehensive guide to assist food companies in the development of food labels that comply with the array of requirements policies.

The Consumer Labeling Initiative 2 • Telephone numbers on product labels. In emergencies, consumers need to know whom to call for help.

The goal is to have an emergency telephone number, or at a minimum simple instructions on how and where to get emergency information on every product label. • Common names rather than formal chemical names. The Phase I Report lays important groundwork for the Phase II study, which will consider (1) which systems and symbols are most effective with consumer.

Phase II builds on the results of Phase I while focusing on aspects related to consumer understanding and behavior related to the development of a standardized FOP system. Front-of-Package Nutrition Rating Systems and Symbols focuses on Phase II of the study.

The report addresses the potential benefits of a single, standardized front-label food. EPA’S CONSUMER LABELING INITIATIVE 2 The Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act (FIFRA) was implemented to protect consumers for harmful products and to ensure that businesses labeled pesticides correctly.

The FIFRA regulates the use, sales, and labeling of pesticides such as insecticides, fungicides, and rodenticides (Schroeder, ).At the same time, other studies show consumer support for labeling and market demand for products with environmentally friendly attributes: A NBC News and Wall Street Journal survey found that 53 percent of consumers avoid purchasing products because of environmental concerns (Mueller Hardware Foundation, ).; That same year, a report published by J.

Walter Thompson found that Consumer Information and Labeling Phase II Report, Data Development Initiatives for Research on Food Assistance and Nutrition Programs-Final Report The initiative is one of three that have the potential to improve the usefulness and cost-effectiveness of research on Federal food assistance and nutrition programs.

The other initiatives.