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Child Proof Safety Regulations

Thank you for being a Banzai Vapors customer. This letter is to inform you that as of July 22nd 2016, the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), has revised its legal analysis of "The Child Nicotine Poisoning Prevention Act of 2015" (CNPPA). They have concluded that the CNPPA applies to existing inventory on the effective date of July 26, 2016. This means that after this date, the sale of liquid nicotine, or e-liquid, in non-compliant containers is prohibited. A "General Certificate of Conformity" (GCC) will be necessary to certify that liquid nicotine containers sold to consumers meet the standard set by Section 1700.15 & 1700.20 in the Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Title 16, which upholds the poison prevention packaging standards.

To rectify this, Banzai Vapors, LLC has moved all of our products to GCC complaint packaging, effective immediately.

Banzai Vapors has worked feverishly to obtain the GCC's from our suppliers for all of the containers we use for our e-liquid products. Banzai Vapors recommends and asks that you suspend sales for all non-compliant products in your retail brick and mortar, as well as, any online retail until the appropriate documentation is obtained for the correlating product. This should be exercised for Banzai Vapors products and e-liquid products from other vendors.

Thank you for your time, patience and understanding as we navigate the alterations to impending regulations. Long Live Flavor! 

Important sections of the Code of Federal Regulations for retailers and manufacturers:

Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Title 16:

Section 1700.15 (Poison prevention packaging standards)

- Section 1700.20 (Testing procedure for special packaging)

According to the CPSC, child resistant package test requirements state that must be at least 80% effective at keeping children from opening it for at least 5 minutes.