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RoHS - Compliance transfer: issues and obligations of manufacturers

If European manufacturers are not directly affected by certain international regulations, they are still exposed to requests for compliance from their exporting customers. This is called "compliance transfer" in the supply chain.

 

In Europe, manufacturers of electronic and electrical articles and components are required to comply with RoHS 2 and soon RoHS 3. This Directive ensures the traceability of substances in products marketed in the Member States and in the waste treatment sector.

Other non-European countries, have also introduced international regulations similar to the RoHS directive (about ten versions of RoHS worldwide - China, Norway, Brazil...) but also other regulations, such as as the famous California  Proposition 65.

 

Manufacturers: what are your challenges and obligations in the context of increasing regulations?

What are the consequences for the different actors in the supply chain?

 

Agenda:

  • What are the different regulations in force?
  • How to anticipate customer requests?
  • How to successfully transfer compliance?

Conference animated by :

Christian FRENEUIL

Christian FRENEUIL

Key Account Manager,

EcoMundo

NICOLAS MARTIN

NICOLAS MARTIN

Responsable projet Logiciels,

EcoMundo

Thursday, July 11th 2019

from 2:00PM to 2:45PM

(CEST)

39 subscribers | 45 mins

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Replay until October 16, 2019