Have you given your Material Compliance Program a hard look lately? Chances are you could strongly benefit from some of the leading best practices that are being used to maximize data collection efforts.
The regulations are more complex, the reporting formats have been updated, exemptions have expired, suppliers are more engaged, tools have changed, program owners are much better informed, and sustaining compliance is more involved than the original ramp-up effort.
This webinar will introduce you to several innovative ideas that will benefit your current material compliance program.
Tuesday, June 16th, 2:00 pm Eastern Register now
Wednesday, June 17th, 9:00 am Eastern Register now
This free one-hour webinar should be considered for people actively leading, managing, overseeing, or integrating an effort for Material Compliance, Sustaining Product, and Global Materials Regulations.
Jim Kandler – Managing Director, RoHS Ready LLC
Prior to starting RoHS Ready, Mr. Kandler was responsible for leading the GE Healthcare Sourcing effort to collect data for over 250,000 parts. His experience includes:
Working with internal business team members to set up company-wide procedures
Managing teams that collected over 150,000 declarations from 6,000 suppliers
Utilizing various software tools to manage the data collection process
Managing RoHS, REACH, and Packaging
Serving as a member of the IPC-1752A Committee to further develop the IPC-1752A Standard
Todd Riley – Partner-Consultant, RoHS Ready LLC
Mr. Riley has very deep material compliance experience, including:
Developing industry leading training programs to enable data collection
Managing teams responsible for collecting over 150,000 declarations from 6,000 suppliers
Developing simplified templates and processes for suppliers to utilize for data collection
Assessing and triaging programs for data collection campaigns
Marc Church – President of U.S. Sales & Operations, iPoint Inc.
Mr. Church has over ten years of experience developing and implementing material compliance programs for various industries. His current responsibilities include continued development of iPoint’s U.S. strategy and customer support systems. Before joining iPoint, Mr. Church worked at Tetra Tech, an engineering and consulting company with 14,000 employees in 350 offices, as Vice President in charge of Environmental and Material Compliance.