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With this course, we will give you practical ways to verify your products. We will take examples in the industry, particularly in complex electrical and electronics equipment.

First, you will find out why such regulation exists in the European Union. Then, we will examine the different EU REACH obligations applicable to articles (goods).

Next, we will focus on how to comply with REACH for articles. Finally, to go further, we will consider other applicable legal product requirements you may come across as well.

At the very end, this course includes a video summary and quiz to ensure the acquisition of the material




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Learning Path

We will start by finding out:
    • Why does such regulation exist?
    • What does the European Union tend to achieve? and 
    • What products are covered by this regulation?
Here we will focus on the requirements that apply to articles or products other than substances in pure form or mixtures:
    • What is SVHC compliance obligation?
    • What is SCIP notification?
    • What is the Annex XVII?
    • What are the recording requirements under REACH?

This practical section gives you hints to comply with REACH SVHC requirements, notify SVHCs via the SCIP database, and monitor compliance with Annex XVII.

We will first look at the risks of not complying. Then we will see what information is necessary for complex products, taking the example of electronic equipment. Finally, we will consider the exemption option.

To conclude this course, we’ll present similar product environmental requirements that may also apply to your products.

A final Quiz will wrap up some of the main requirements discussed in this lesson.

About the author

Aury Hathout M. Env, CEA, is a certified environmental auditor and has a Master’s degree in Environment combined with graduate education in Business Administration from the University of Sherbrooke.

Since 2008, Aury provides practical consulting services, including environmental compliance and management systems auditing in multiple industrial and services sectors – various manufactures, petroleum equipment, construction, municipalities, etc.

He is especially responsible for the environmental compliance of hundreds of electrical and electronic products sold worldwide, with any the following requirements: RoHS, REACH, WEEE, Conflict Minerals, Prop. 65 etc.

Offered services include anything from customized training to full support of environmental compliance requirements.

Through his assessments, Aury is regularly in contact with over 2 500 of the most active manufacturers, suppliers, and distributors in the electronics field.

Aury also gives training, lectures (such as Chemical Watch) and teaches Environmental Auditing at the University of Sherbrooke.

www.getenviropass.com | ahathout@getenviropass.com