Companies have to inform their customers about SVHC candidate substances in their articles according to art. 33 of the REACH regulation (EU Regulation Nr. 1907/2006). For importers, it often is difficult to obtain reliable information from their suppliers.
Currently, the enforcement authorities are performing checks on REACH art. 33 compliance in companies throughout Europe. The enforcement project has been extended until the end of this year and recent enforcement activities have shown a significant level of non-compliance.
Join Jochen Dettke, Product Manager at DEKRA and and learn how you can easiIy identify and communicate SVHC candidate substances in articles to your customers with the Product Chem Risk (PCR) app.
PCR is a simple and cost-efficient solution to identify and communicate SVHC in articles, jointly developed by DEKRA and iPoint.
What's in for you?
• Learn how the PCR app helps you easy and efficient to comply with REACH art. 33
• Discover how you can perform a risk assessment for defined products bases on a bill of materials
• Get to know how you can communicate the results to your suppliers or customers using the new reporting function.
• The PCR app also fully supports the O5A (Once an Article, Always an Article) definition that has been put in place by the decision of the European Court of Justice in 2015.
Jochen Dettke, Product Manager Chemical Regulatory Compliance & Product Sustainability, DEKRA