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Prepare your business for Substances of Concern In Products (SCIP)

Wednesday, May 13th 9:00-10:00am PST / noon-1:00pm EST

Join Anthesis and The Compliance Map for a webinar that will review the SCIP notification requirements under the revised EU Waste Framework Directive.

Join us for a webinar that will review the SCIP notification requirements, such as information scope, data requirements, and other critical considerations in implementing a robust SCIP notification management program. We'll walk through the solutions that Anthesis and The Compliance Map have developed for clients and how they can be applied in your organization.

Participants will take away:

  • A better understanding of 'articles as such' and 'complex objects'
  • How to leverage standards such as IPC-1752B for supply chain data collection
  • Methods for the preparation and submission of a SCIP notification
  • Latest updates from ECHA  and resources for additional support

The presenters will leave time for Q&A at the end of the session.

To register, click here: https://info.anthesisgroup.com/?hs_preview=ItgxRMZn-27446849026

We look forward to seeing you there!

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