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    ECHA’s SCIP Database: What Is It and How to Comply


    15 July

    From 5th January 2021, all manufacturers and importers of articles in the EU containing REACH SVHCs will be obliged to submit details of the articles in the new SCIP database. 

    This webinar will explain the new requirements of the SCIP database due to the update of the Waste Framework Directive. It will also provide an overview of the obligations for manufacturers and importers, and outline best practice tips for how to effectively submit information.

    Celia Le Lievre, Regulatory Compliance Specialist Presenter: Dr. Paul Goodman, Principal Regulatory Consultant, RINA

    Dr. Paul Goodman provides consultancy on global environmental and technical legislation including the EU RoHS, WEEE, and Eco-design directives and the REACH regulations. He assists many clients to determine their obligations and to deal with their implications. He regularly presents papers on regulatory compliance issues at international conferences. He has worked on several projects for the European Commission on the RoHS directive, Ecodesign and critical raw materials. He regularly advises the UK government on issues relating to electrical equipment and legislation and is a member of the EU RoHS Additional Substances Working Group.

    Paul is a chemist with expertise in materials used in electrical equipment and has carried out numerous investigations into a wide variety of reliability issues and failures of electronic equipment, has written reviews on electrical contacts and connectors, soldering, microelectronics and is a regular contributor to ERA Technology’s environmental newsletter “RE4view”.

    Celia Le Lievre, Regulatory Compliance Specialist Presenter: Emily Tyrwhitt Jones, Senior Regulatory Compliance Consultant, RINA

    Emily Tyrwhitt Jones is a technical expert in global environmental compliance, sustainability and safety, covering legislation such as EU REACH, REACH-like regulations, RoHS, CLP and WEEE. Emily has considerable experience of supporting product development from a technical and regulatory perspective with regard to materials and processes, particularly in the defence sector.

    In her current role at RINA and previous positions held in industry at BAE Systems and Thales, Emily provides advice to manufacturers, distributors, standards committees and legislative bodies on compliance and trends in environmental and health-related regulations. Emily holds degrees in both Chemistry and Materials Engineering and is a member of the IET.

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    Date: Wednesday, 15 July 2020

    Time: 08:15 PDT – 11.15 EDT – 17.15 CEST
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