|Array of Aerosol Products|
|Toiletries||Pharmaceuticals||Food||Pesticides||Home Care||Paints||Car Care|
|Deodorants, Antiperspirants, Depilatories, Shaving Cream, etc.||Any products requiring registration by the MCC||Whipped Cream, Cooking Aids, etc.||Any products requiring registration by DAFF||Furniture Polishes, Disinfectants, Laundry Aids, Surface Cleaners, Carpet Cleaners, etc.||Various||Various|
|Responsibility for Content Standards||CTFA|
|Responsibility for Packaging Format||AMA Aerosol Sectoral Code|
|Alternative Distribution Channels||DMA|
|Claim Substantiation||ASASA, BCCSA|
The aerosol packaging format of all these products is common and all these products are subject to unique potential quality and safety issues, which arise specifically from this packaging format. However, the quality and safety issues related to the content of each of these types of product could vary widely and would be subject to the requirements of the applicable Industry Association that represents the specific interests of that type of product. It is therefore proposed that the AMA Aerosol Sectoral Code is defined specifically with the intention of addressing the packaging issues of aerosol products and not the formulation issues. The AMA Aerosol Sectoral Code would thus be applicable to all these products.