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HPCCCH Biennial Notice Reporting System

The 3-step Reporting System process and instructions are available below.

Per ORS 431A.258, manufacturers must provide Biennial Notice to OHA of children's products sold or offered for sale in Oregon that are covered by the Oregon Toxic-Free Kids Act and contain High Priority Chemicals of Concern for Children's Health (HPCCCH). Notices (i.e. Reports) for products sold or offered for sale in Oregon in 2017 were due January 1, 2018, and are still being accepted. See below.                                    

    ***OHA is not currently accepting such product Notices for 2018 or 2019.***

Those who previously reported will be notified about reporting products sold or offered for sale in Oregon in 2018 and 2019, by October 15, 2019. On that date, the same information will be found here.

  • HPCCCH in the final product that are intentionally-added at or above practical quantification limits (PQL) must be reported.
  • The PQL for intentionally-added HPCCCH vary. Those levels are in OAR 333-016-2035 Exhibit A. The de minimis level for all HPCCCH found as contaminants is at or above a concentration of 100 parts per million.
  • A fee of US $250.00 per unique HPCCCH in a manufacturer’s biennial notice must be paid as well. 

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Who Must Report

Manufacturers are defined by ORS 431A.253 as "...any person that produces a children’s product or an importer or domestic distributor of a children’s product. For [Reporting purposes], “importer” means the owner of the children’s product."

Companies that physically produce a children's product, distributors bringing it to Oregon (if applicable), and retailers who sell it in the state, should communicate with each other to determine who among them is to provide a Biennial Notice for the product in question and pay the fee.

Per ORS 431A.268 manufacturers of children’s products with annual worldwide gross sales of less than $5 million on their most recent tax returns, are exempt from having to provide Biennial Notices. (Consult a tax professional to determine the specific status of your company.)

What Must Be Reported

A Biennial Notice for a children's product, as defined by ORS 431A.253, must be provided using the three-step process described here by January 1, 2018, if the product is sold or offered for sale in Oregon in 2017.

How to Report

Please read the step-by-step instructions for using the HPCCCH Biennial Notice Reporting System before beginning, then complete the 3 steps below.


Step 1: Complete Notice Template

Download and fill out the Notice Template. The template automatically calculates the fee amount you owe. You will submit this template in Step 3.

Download Template

Download the Notice Template in Excel 2003 format if you have trouble with the link above.

Step 2: Pay Fee

Pay the amount shown on the "Invoice" tab of your completed Notice Template.

To pay with a credit or debit card:

Pay Now

You will get an Order ID number that you will need in Step 3.

To pay by check:

  • Make checks payable to "Oregon Health Authority." 
  • Write the manufacturer's TIN on the check.
  • You will need to enter the check number in Step 3.
Mail check to:
Toxic-Free Kids Program
PO Box 14260
Portland, OR 97293-0405 USA

For express delivery, mail to:
Oregon Health Authority
Office of Financial Services
Attn: Tom Anderson
800 NE Oregon St, Suite 200
Portland, OR 97232-2230 USA

Step 3: Complete Reporter Entry Form

Complete the appropriate Reporter Entry Form below. In this final step, you will enter your Order ID or check number to verify payment and submit the completed Notice Template.

For Manufacturers 
For Trade Association / Supplier Reporting for ONE Manufacturer
For Trade Association / Supplier Reporting for MULTIPLE Manufacturers

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