Methyl Alcohol-Base Radiator Antifreeze; Labeling
(1)Methyl alcohol-base (methanol-base) radiator antifreeze distributed in containers intended or suitable for household use may be misbranded under the Act if the containers fail to bear a warning statement adequate to the protection of the public health and safety, except as otherwise provided pursuant to ORS 453.025 (Certain practices not affected by ORS 453.005 to 453.135).
(2)The following warning statement will be considered as meeting the requirements of ORS 453.005 (Definitions for ORS 453.005 to 453.135) to 453.135 (Notice required prior to institution of criminal proceedings) with respect to methyl alcohol-base radiator antifreeze when the only hazard foreseeable is that caused by the methyl alcohol content and when the article has a flashpoint in the “flammable” range as that term is defined in ORS 453.005 (Definitions for ORS 453.005 to 453.135):
(3)The words that are in capital letters in the warning statement set forth in section (2) of this rule shall be printed on the main (front) panel or panels of the container in capital letters of the type size specified in OAR 333-016-0115 (Labeling Requirements, Placement, Conspicuousness, Contrast), except that the word “POISON” and the skull and crossbones symbol may appear on another panel with the balance of the cautionary information. The balance of the cautionary statements may appear together on another panel, provided the front panel bears a statement such as, “Read carefully other cautions on _____ panel.”
Rule 333-016-0155 — Methyl Alcohol-Base Radiator Antifreeze; Labeling,