TRA (Toxicological Risk Assessment) Toxicity risk assessment assesses the toxicological properties of each component of the product and the toxicological properties of the components in the finished product, as well as the characteristics and risks of exposure of the product during use. TRA is generally used to evaluate acute and chronic toxicity. The range of products targeted is: art materials, toys, cosmetics, etc.
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1, product name;
2. Samples of each finished product, including complete packaging, instructions, and labels.
3. If it contains heavy metals, please provide analysis report, microbiological report and corresponding MSDS;
If the formula contains flavors/spices, the applicant must provide the following documents:
(1) IFRA certificate; (2) 26 allergen analysis reports; (3) MSDS of spices
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1, product name;
2, the relevant MSDS;
3. Samples of each product, including complete packaging, instructions, and labels.
In special circumstances, the product also needs to be tested.
US TRA Certification / European TRA (CPSR) Certification
At present, toxicological risk assessments for TRA (Toxicological Risk Assessment) are required for cosmetics, crafts, and toys that are exported to the United States. The TRA report shows the toxicological properties of each component of the product and the toxicological properties of the ingredients in the product after mixing, as well as the characteristics and risks of product exposure during use, including skin contact toxicity, eye irritation, oral toxicity , inhalation toxicity and so on.
Billion Bo testing reminded that only registered toxicologists are qualified for TRA assessment and sign the TRA toxicity assessment report. Such TRA reports are valid before they can be recognized by foreign buyers.
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* Microbial Contamination Test (USP61&62, Microbiological Contamination in US Pharmacopoeia, EU Microbial Contamination)
* Heavy metal pollution test (United States FDA lead mercury test, EU 76-768-EEC six heavy metal test)
* Antiseptic antibacterial efficacy test
* Nitrosamine contamination test
* Free formaldehyde content
*26 Restricted Flavor Tests
*TRA toxicity risk assessment
*MSDS Material Safety Instructions