- • ignition propensity testing
(1) A laboratory that conducts ignition propensity testing for purposes of ORS 476.770 (Determination of cigarette variety ignition propensity) must have a quality control and assurance program. The program shall be designed to ensure the testing repeatability value for all test trials used to certify a cigarette variety. The repeatability value of ignition propensity testing may not be greater than 0.19.
(2) Ignition propensity testing used in a manufacturer certification submitted under ORS 476.780 (Cigarette variety certification by manufacturer) must be conducted in a laboratory that has been accredited under:
(a) The ISO/IEC 17025 standard of the International Organization for Standardization, as amended and in effect on April 17, 2007; or
(b) A standard recognized in State Fire Marshal rules as comparable to prevailing international accreditation standards. [2007 c.34 §6]
Note: See note under 476.755 (Definitions for ORS 476.755 to 476.790 and 476.995).
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