Tuesday, 4 August 2020, 2–3 PM BST
Do you produce, import or supply a product that is placed on the EU market and contains SVHCs (Substances of Very High Concern)? The SCIP database is a new requirement under the revised EU Waste Framework Directive. All companies placing products on the EU market must notify those containing SVHCs to this database from January 2021.
The SCIP database’s purpose is to reduce the amount of hazardous waste by supporting the use of safer replacement substances in manufacturing, improving the waste treatment process, and allowing authorities to monitor the use of hazardous substances.
The data requirements for the SCIP database are more extensive and complex than those of REACH Article 33 and require substantial amounts of information from the supply chain. This presents a huge challenge for industry.
Join us for this free webinar to learn how you can meet the requirements in the most resource-efficient manner here: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/5124056646177730575
Topics covered in this webinar:
- Background to SCIP
- SCIP data structure and content
- Referencing and Simplified Notification
- Yordas’ approach to SCIP
This webinar is Ideal for:
- EU-based manufacturers, importers and suppliers of articles (i.e. products, component parts)
- Suppliers based outside the EU may be affected indirectly so would also benefit
- Industries: advanced manufacturing, automotive, aerospace, electronics, consumer goods, retail
Dr. Sandra Meijer, Principal: Product Stewardship, Yordas Group
Sandra is a recognised expert on chemicals management and product stewardship. She has extensive knowledge on how global chemicals regulations impact supply chains, with a particular expertise in the advanced manufacturing sector. Sandra is the key driver behind Yordas Group’s highly regarded Hive suite of regulatory compliance tools for industry, and the lead on SCIP services within Yordas.