The proposed risk management approach for Michler's ketone called for adding the substance to Health Canada's Cosmetics Ingredient Hotlist and covering it under CEPA's Significant New Activity Notice provisions.
What does SNAC stand for?
SNAC stands for Significant New Activity (Canadian Environmental Protection Act)
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- Military and Government
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We have 111 other meanings of SNAC in our Acronym Attic
- Scottish North American Business Council
- System and Network Administration Body of Knowledge
- Association pour la Sécurité de La Nourriture pour Animaux de Compagnie (French: Pet Food Safety Association)
- Salcaprozate Sodium
- Scaphoid Nonunion Advanced Collapse
- School Neighborhood Advisory Committee
- Scientific Nutrition for Advanced Conditioning
- SEMO Negros Activity Council
- Sentinel Node versus Axillary Clearance (clinical trial; Royal Australasian College of Surgeons)
- Sharing News About Christ
- Simple Network for Atomic Communication
- Single Network Access Code (INMARSAT)
- Single Network Adaptive Critic Architecture
- SMS Numbering Administration Committee (ATIS)
- SMS/800 Number Administration Committee
- Social Networks and Cyberinfrastructure
- Société Nantaise d'Aménagement de Combles (French interior design company)
- Sport Nutrition for the Athletes of Canada
- Stade Nantais Athletic Club (French: Nantes Stadium Athletic Club; France)
- Standard North American Corporate (finance)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Since early 2007, Significant New Activity provisions under CEPA 1999 are being applied to additional chemical substances that are highly hazardous to humans.
New customer-set claim alerts notify users immediately of sudden and significant new activity on a claim.
Significant New Activity Conditions (SNAc) Under the new CEPA, substances which do not pose concern based on the notifier's intended activities but could pose concern if used in another manner may be subject to certain specified conditions prescribed under the new 'Significant New Activity condition', or SNAc, provision.