Skip to Content

In order to respond on regulatory changes and to meet customer requirements better service packs 1 and 2 of REACH 2.0 deliver significant enhancements that strengthen the product value.

And here is a list with some of them:

  • Introduction of REACH multivalent use descriptor model
  • Support of Polymer specifics around REACH
  • Improved integration with Product Safety component regarding eSDS related management and communication of Use and Exposure Information
  • Support of IUCLID 5.2
  • Completion of IMDS process support which mainly adresses Automotive but also helps Chemical customers who have significant business in that industry.
To report this post you need to login first.

1 Comment

You must be Logged on to comment or reply to a post.

  1. Akash Agrawal

    Dear Dr. Marko,

    I strongly believe with the release of SP01/SP02 of SRC/SPRC for Process Industries it has strengthened the compliance process and added a lot of product value. However, at the same time in my opinion there still are some areas where SRC for Discrete Industries specially for Automotive customers could be improved.

    With respect to SRC for Discrete Industries, Currently SRC does not have any check criteria for IMDS material classification checks.  I believe It is a very important requirement for Automotive customers and unfortunately when a material declaration is checked in SRC, Business cannot track if the composition holds good. When declaration reports are submitted to IMDS, there are ample chances of getting a rejection if concentrations are not meeting the range with respect to Material classification. I am curious to know, is there any plan to include IMDS classification checks in upcoming updates or Service Packs ? It would be really helpful if IMDS Material classification checks are considered for future releases and some standard check criteria are brought in.

    Appreciate your opinion on this topic.

    Thanks,

    Akash Agrawal.

    (0) 

Leave a Reply