The mc.cockpit module supports you when it comes to material compliance.
The calculation and monitoring of any assembly or product based on the material compliance of parts. If your components contain an SVHC (Substance of Very High Concern), this must be reported to ECHA in the SCIP database by your suppliers or by you. This applies to ALL your products containing such substances of very high concern (SVHC) from the candidate list at a concentration of greater than 0.1% by weight (w/w)*.
The aim here is to create consistency across the EU, whether you are an importer, manufacturer, distributor or assembler, and to provide information on the presence of substances of concern throughout the life cycle of products and materials, including at the waste stage. At the end of the chain you have to ensure that the SVHCs that are used have been declared.
As of January 5, 2021, you are required to do this and/or refer to the SCIP reference number.
* weigt by weight
- Use of different sources for the component data.
- Automatic query and data transfer from component databases.
- Your data stays with you, except for the SVHC components, which have to be declared.
- Manual input of supplier data.
- Transfer of data from the smartPCN data sets.
- Automatic reconciliation of reportable components to your ERP/PDM data.
- Automatic registration of dossiers with ECHA in the SCIP database including its updates.
- Detect changes, manage alerts, never miss anything and work with the latest information.
Using the three-step process:
- Process everything that is required in the SCIP Event Whether it is caused by a new component or by a new/changed product.
- The event and the products affected by it are processed in the workspace, and if data is missing it can be added here.
- When all data is available, it is submitted to the ECHA database via SCIP Submit.
User interface mc.cockpit