Art materials

   The Labeling of Hazardous Art Materials Act (LHAMA) for short, came into effect in 1990, and stipulates that all art materials sold in the US market must be assessed for chronic toxicity in accordance with the requirements of the Act

   Testing products:

   Paint, crayons, brushes, pencils, chalk, glue, ink, canvas, etc.

   Test items:

   Component analysis, toxicology and chemical management regulations analysis, product safety analysis, safety data sheet of related components.

   Testing standard:

   ASTM D-4236