“Thank you for the comprehensive material data collection, analysis and reporting work done for our regulatory environmental compliance initiatives."
REACH (Registration, Evaluation and Authorization of Chemicals) is the EU regulatory framework for managing chemical substances in Europe. Enventure’s REACH consulting services enable clients to reduce the costs of achieving compliance across geographies and integrate efficiently with any compliance management system.
Our REACH compliance services include:
REACH Consulting –
We provide consulting services to clients to aid them in developing a comprehensive strategy to achieve REACH Compliance. We have compliance subject matter experts, who assist in developing customized impact analysis reports, specific to the industry and product range, giving the clients’ executive management team an in-depth understanding of the impact of REACH on their business.
Data Collection and Reporting -
Data collection, legal complexity, and traceability are major challenges in achieving REACH Compliance. Our team of REACH consultants specialize in collecting and reporting data in multiple formats and standards while also collecting material information and tracking chemical information of the components in each product. The approach is highly customized, and leverages a direct sourcing approach, which has been proven to be highly successful in improving results from a compliance data collection drive.
Data Maintenance –
Data is constantly evolving and this couldn’t be truer than it is in the world of electronics. With technology changing rapidly, and compliance regulations evolving with time, component manufacturers are constantly upgrading their components, and bringing out newer variants. This places a serious challenge on compliance initiatives, since the declaration of compliance goes obsolete the moment there is any change in a part of constitution or source of materials. Enventure provides ongoing data maintenance services, which make it easy for clients to track changes to parts they use, as well as collect additional compliance declarations from suppliers which were previously not available.