(4) Any food, drug or cosmetic subject to the Federal Food, Drug and
Cosmetic Act or to the Illinois Food, Drug and Cosmetic Act, or to
preparations, drugs and chemicals which are dispensed by pharmacists
authorized by and pursuant to the Pharmacy Practice Act; provided
that this Act shall apply to any pressurized container
containing a food, drug, cosmetic, chemical or other preparation.
(5) Any economic poison subject to the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide
and Rodenticide Act, or to the "Illinois Pesticide Act", approved
August 14, 1979, as amended, but shall
apply to any article which is not itself an economic poison within the meaning
of the Federal Insecticide, Fungicide and Rodenticide Act or the Illinois
Pesticide Act, approved August 14, 1979, as amended, but which
is a hazardous substance within the meaning of Section
2-4 of this Act, by reason of bearing or containing such an economic poison.
(6) Fuel used primarily for cooking, heating or refrigeration when stored
in containers and used in the heating, cooking or refrigeration system of a household.
(7) Any article of wearing apparel, bedding, fabric, doll or toy which
is subject to the provisions of the Illinois Flammable Fabrics and Toys
Act, by reason of its flammable nature, but this Act shall apply to such
article if it bears or contains a substance or mixture of substances which
is toxic, corrosive, an irritant, strong sensitizer, or which generates
pressure through decomposition, heat or other means and which may cause
substantial personal injury or illness during or as a proximate result of
any customary or reasonably anticipated handling or use including
reasonably foreseeable ingestion by children.
(8) Any source material, special nuclear material, or by-product
material as defined in the Atomic Energy Act of 1954, as amended, and
regulations issued pursuant thereto by the Atomic Energy Commission.
(9) The labeling of any equipment or facilities for the use, storage,
transportation, or manufacture of any hazardous material which is required
to be placarded by "An Act to require labeling of equipment and facilities
for the use, transportation, storage and manufacture of hazardous materials
and to provide for a uniform response system to hazardous materials
emergencies", approved August 26, 1976, as amended.
The Director may exempt from the requirements established by or pursuant
to this Act any hazardous substance or container of a hazardous substance
with respect to which he finds adequate requirements satisfying the
purposes of this Act have been established by or pursuant to and in
compliance with any other federal or state law.
(Source: P.A. 95-689, eff. 10-29-07.)