As already explained in our blog, due to the DSGVO the contact persons in the IMDS have to agree to the use of their data. Problems occurred at some companies and contact persons were deactivated. Therefore the team of DXC Technology has again sent an e-mail to company administrators and contact persons stored in the system. This explains how contact persons can be (re-)activated:
The new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) introduces new data protection rules. These can also be found in IMDS since release 11.1. For example, all persons registered as contact persons in the IMDS were contacted and asked to agree to the use of their data. This is what this email looks like:
If you would like to continue receiving inquiries as an IMDS contact person, you should click on the personalized link within 30 days. Otherwise, the data will be deleted and you would have
For the Compliance Data Exchange (CDX) system - the sister system of IMDS open for all industries - we offer the Supplier Onboarding Service. In other words, we ensure that all your suppliers are brought on board to facilitate your material reporting.
Find out more at www.compliance-professional.eu
In November, the EU adopted a further directive amending Annex II to End-of-Life Vehicles Directive (2000/53/EC). It deals with the use of lead in various materials and components. The following exemptions were reviewed and amended:
- Exemption 2(c) has been split into two sub-entries, each with different review dates. Exemption 2(c)(i) concerns aluminum alloys for machining purposes with a lead content up to 0.4% by weight. This exemption will be reviewed in 2021. Exemption 2(c)(ii) regulates