Eva Hink and Marcos Medalla provide you an update on the new warning label changes that have become effective on August 30th, 2018 and show you how to keep your company in compliance.
Mohammad Javed Akram, IT Lead for Sustainability at Becton Dickson and Hans-Karl Rath, VP Operations at iPoint-systems show you how the Compliance Cockpit for SAP makes material compliance more efficient and cost effective. Learn how you can reduce the huge amount of working efforts by automating the steps in the compliance process and benefit from a minimum of 50% time saving.
Our new application called CiDER takes compliance and sustainability beyond reporting and organisational boundaries by providing complete transparency into organizational and supply chain relationships. Through automation in process and workflow management, CiDER turns sustainability information into a knowledge powerhouse for business performance improvements and decision support.
True Compliance & EHS Business Intelligence – what’s in it for you?
Naturally represent your organization
Vizualise data connections between your locations, suppliers, products; not just your data
Build workflows the way your business really works
Increase the value of your data
Jochen Dettke, Product Manager at DEKRA shows you how you can identify and communicate SVHC candidate substances with the PCR app and easy and efficient achieve compliance with REACH art. 33.
A discussion with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
In this video we focus specifically on the guidelines for complying with CAATSA published by DHS.
A small sample of the covered topics:
How will the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) enforce the forced labor presumption in CAATSA Section 321(b)?
What should my company do if we find North Korean workers in our supply chain?
Where do I report information on suppliers overseas who are using North Korean labor?
What steps should my company take to ensure North Korean workers are not in our supply chain?
Get innovative insights and an exclusive outlook on the Product Roadmap for 2018. Learn more about the history and the idea behind the SustainHub, get an overview of the available applications and discover the benefits for your business. Find out what is coming up next – the SustainHub Roadmap – what can you expect in 2018.
Why hiding behind a policy is not enough - A discussion with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS).
With a rare opportunity to hear it directly from a government agency, the video will provide you with invaluable insight into the role of the federal government in anti-human trafficking. The presenters discuss how modern-day slavery can be found in corporate supply chains, and what can be done to mitigate risk to your business. Of equal importance, the video will shed light on why your company is at risk for having a policy without transparency, and what you can do about it.
Learn how to get data on material compliance faster! As the landscape for materials compliance programs continues to change, companies are seeking innovative methods to increase the speed in which they get data from their suppliers. iPoint-systems and IHS Markit present proven business strategies for increasing quality, quantity and overall speed of data collection.
March 7, 2017, marked the release of a comprehensive benchmarking report which evaluated brands on their anti-slavery disclosure compliance under the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act of 2010 (CA-TISCA). In this video Dr. Chris Bayer and Jesse Hudson explain the findings, trends, and good practices of the 2016 CA-TISCA benchmarking study. Chris and Jesse are joined by former UN Goodwill Ambassador Julia Ormond of the Alliance to stop Slavery and End Trafficking (ASSET), which was instrumental in passing the California Transparency in Supply Chains Act and the UK Modern Slavery Act
Increasingly awareness regarding environmental protection, occupational and product safety have led to a complex array of laws, regulations, customer requirements, and societal expectations. Companies must operate within these specified parameters, and generate information and data to demonstrate that they did so. And, companies must generate reports to meet regulatory and stakeholder requirements - sometimes routine, and sometimes unique. In this video Douglas Hileman and iPoint’s Christoph Schaaf present an overview of these challenges, and iPoint’s EHS Management software – which is designed to meet your needs.
Aggregating and assessing the relevant data throughout the entire product life cycle for an LCA is an enormous task. Even more so if one considers that most assessments start with the finished product and work their way down to components and substances. This often entails intensive efforts of manual data collection. What is needed is an easy-to-use, automatized process for LCA calculation which takes into account the entire product life cycle, from the design phase to the use phase to the recycling and reuse phase. In this video you will learn more about iPoint’s LCA module, a software solution enabling a detailed assessment and high level of automated data aggregation from different sources.
Companies are under increasing pressure to expand their supplier survey efforts in order to ensure an ethical supply chain. Now that the Conflict Minerals disclosure date has passed, NGOs and other organizations continue to expose companies whose programs are using suspect smelters. Engaging a service partner with subject-matter expertise like iPoint, can help you manage the increasingly challenging situations. In this video you will learn how outsourcing helps companies ensure compliance while avoiding costs and keeping valuable internal resources focused on their core duties. The presented case studies provide insight into the benefits and advantages derived from outsourcing the Conflict Minerals process.
Higher product transparency is increasingly becoming a global business requirement for companies across multiple markets and industries. Watch the video to learn more about
What high product transparency is and why it is important
The history and trends behind it
The progressive steps towards improving it
The operational business best practices to help support it.
As of recently, automotive companies not only have to provide data for the International Material Data System (IMDS), but also for the China Automotive Material Data System (CAMDS). Watch the video to learn more about
- CAMDS functionalities,
- CAMDS vs. IMDS – similarities and differences,
- CAMDS requirements and challenges, and Solutions for expediting and simplifying CAMDS processes