New Proposition 65 regulations for the rental housing industry take effect July 1, 2019. Proposition 65 requires every business with ten or more employees to provide warnings prior to exposing any person to a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer and/or birth defects or other reproductive harm. The new regulations allow landlords to comply with the law by providing most warnings in the lease or through an annual written notice rather than posting warnings throughout the property. This webinar will provide a detailed review of Proposition 65 and the two new warning regulations.
This webinar will cover the key information landlords with ten or more employees need to know:
- What is Proposition 65?
- Does it apply to all landlords?
- Who counts as an “employee”?
- What listed chemicals and sources of exposure may be present at rental properties?
- Can the written warnings be emailed?
- Do the warnings have to be provided in other languages?
- Warning signs for designated smoking areas
- Warning signs for enclosed parking facilities
- CAA’s New Proposition 65 Addendum
- CAA’s New Proposition 65 Warning Annual Notification
Malcolm C. Weiss, Partner, Huntington Andrews Kurth
Malcolm has developed a sophisticated practice covering a wide variety of environmental laws and statutes, and is always ready to assist clients, whether it be with air quality and product/chemical safety or environmental auditing and due diligence. He has gained a broad perspective of the numerous challenges facing companies operating in California, developing particularly in-depth knowledge of California’s air quality laws, Proposition 65 and the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), as well as valuable insights on climate change and contaminated properties issues specific to California’s legal market.
Eric Andresen, Owner - West Coast Property Management
Eric started working for West Coast in the mid-1970s, doing summer internships in such fields as maintenance engineering, electrics, plumbing, carpet-laying and painting. He started work as a full-time Property Manager in 1983 after graduating from college. Eric has owned West Coast since 1993, after buying the business from his father, and has continued to carry on a family tradition of excellence in Property Management. Eric has earned the distinguished Certified Property Manager (CPM) designation and is a licensed California Real Estate Broker and a licensed General Contractor.
Heidi Palutke, CAA Education, Policy and Compliance Counsel Original Broadcast Date: June 2019
On-Demand Cost: $49 CAA Member/ $89 Non-Member
Estimated Course Length: 1 Hr.
Qualifies for 1 Unit of CCRM Continuing Education Credit for current CCRM Certified Individuals.