California’s Department of Toxic Substances Control has released a draft three-year plan under the Safer Consumer Products program to guide the selection of priority products containing toxic chemicals for which safer alternatives must be evaluated. While the work plan does not identify specific products or chemicals, it “outlines some of the considerations behind [the agency’s] product category selections.” The work plan’s categories of interest include beauty, personal care and hygiene products; building products and household, office furniture and furnishings; cleaning products; clothing; fishing and angling equipment; and office machinery. Public workshops to provide an overview of the draft plan have been slated for September 25, 2014, in Sacramento and September 29 in Cypress.