Sunscreen (Product Safety Standard) Bill

About this bill

This bill requires the Minister of Commerce and Consumer Affairs to recommend the setting of mandatory regulation under section 29 of the Fair Trading Act 1986 prescribing a product safety standard for sunscreen products.

Current status

Royal Assent given 08 March 2022.
Enacted as the Sunscreen (Product Safety Standard) Act 2022 (2022/4)

Member of Parliament responsible
Bill type

Member's bill

All data
Bill type Member's bill
Parliament 53
Ref 11-3
Introduced 11 March 2021
First reading 7 April 2021
Select Committee Health Committee
Public submissions due 26 May 2021
Select Committee report back 4 October 2021
Second reading 10 November 2021
Committee of the whole House 15 February 2022
Third reading 2 March 2022
Royal Assent 8 March 2022
Enacted as Sunscreen (Product Safety Standard) Act 2022 (2022/4)
Divided No

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