Since Procter & Gamble was founded over 175 years ago, ensuring the safety of people who use their products, and the safety of the world people all live in, has been at the heart of what they do. This commitment to safety is both their heritage and their future, so their have over 700 in-house experts devoted globally to the environmental safety, human safety and regulatory compliance of all our products and ingredients.
P&G’s safety standards for all of their products and ingredients are the same throughout the world. They ensure that their products are safe for their intended use before they even go to market — complying with all laws and regulations where they are sold.
P&G’s commitment to safety doesn't stop once their products go to market. They remain diligent in ensuring people’s safety by continually investigating new scientific information, and collaborating with external scientists and regulatory agencies on new safety methods. P&G also listen to the people who use their products to confirm they are performing as expected. safety process
P&G’s science-based process works to ensure both people’s safety and the safety of their products before they go to market.
P&G’s safety process screens out new ingredients pose a relevant hazard in a consumer product.
“Doubt is the beginning, not the end of wisdom.” P&G start with a healthy dose of skepticism about the safety of a new ingredient. If they cannot establish both its safety and benefit to consumers, they will not use it.
Step 2. Define
P&G define the safe range for every ingredient we use with the same scientific process used by regulatory agencies around the world (FDA, EPA, WHO, EU, etc.) They avoid unsafe ranges. If there is not enough information to establish a safe range they will remove the ingredient from consideration, or investigate it further with additional data.
Step 3. Determine
Safe Product Use
P&G evaluate all ingredients in the final product to confirm their actual use is within the safe range for both consumers and the environment. If they cannot conclude that the product formula is safe, they will reformulate, or decide not to market the product. P&G have over 700 scientists and professionals who ensure their products meet all safety and regulatory requirements around the world.
Step 4. Dilligence
Monitor Use and New Information
Once the product is marketed P&G monitor consumer use and investigate all new scientific information. They also collaborate with external scientists and regulatory agencies on new safety methods. video ；https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d8S9f3WkEzQ
Safety is at the heart of everything P&G do—ensuring their products are safe for their intended use before they even go to market. Simply put, that is being safe.
But feeling safe can be a different matter altogether. P&G also work to help people to feel safe by openly sharing information about ingredients where they may have questions or would like more details. They carefully consider new information on ingredients that they may have in their products. steps to review new information
To the people who use their products, other external sources, and new scientific information.
Consider all options and possibilities.
Remove or replace an ingredient, provide an option without it, and/or continue its use if supported by science.
More information about the safety of P&G’s products and ingredients.
Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)
CPSC Certification Letters
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