SCIP Database is Ready for Use
The ECHA has launched officially the SCIP Database “Substances of Concern In articles, as such or in complex objects (Products)”. Companies can now submit data on substances of very high concern (SVHCs) within their articles. This database has been developed in close cooperation with industry stakeholders and a dedicated IT user group of more than 60 members. SiliconExpert is honored to have been one of those contributing members to help ensure responsible reporting of substances of very high concern (SVHCs).
In addition, IUCLID 6.5 is now available for all users. This is a new major release of IUCLID.
According to our clients, the main heavy lift in this whole process is the data collection from suppliers. This effort taps into valuable resources.
SiliconExpert is an industry leader of professional data services, including REACH, RoHS, Conflict Minerals, Prop 65, and many other compliance regulations. Our database of over 1B components, encompassing a large network of suppliers, offers the most robust and highest quality data at a cost point that can’t be beaten. We also have a team of experts to help you determine requirements and communicate internally.
We have been supporting our OEM customers in these types of efforts for over 20 years. SiliconExpert is here to help ensure that your organization can provide sufficient information for communication for the safe use of both complex and simple articles in the supply chain, professional and industrial end-users, and consumers.
Now through the remainder of 2020, All OEM’s will receive a 50% discount on service package for large and small data collection/development projects, and as needed, supporting companies with dossier preparation and submission.
The total pricing package is based on a per-project basis, and factors impacting price include:
- SCIP ID is known or unknown
- Is part REACH-affected
Need assistance in meeting the January 5, 2021 deadline? Contact us now. For more detail on the SCIP database release, please visit https://echa.europa.eu/-/tracking-chemicals-of-concern-in-products-scip-database-ready-for-use