The SCIP database was developed to improve the recycling and long-term replacement of substances of very high concern (SVHC) in products to protect people and the environment. All companies whose products are placed on the market in the EU and contain SVHC above 0.1 per cent by mass will be obliged to submit information to this database from January 2021. In our Info-Point you can read more about the background and challenges. The requirements for the data to be submitted are complex and
You know the problem! Despite contractual agreements, you often receive insufficient or even no data from your suppliers. And time and again you have to explain what data you need, in what form and why.
Both for data input into the IMDS, the CDX or the new SCIP database - valid data are essential for correct and complete material reporting. If only to meet the requirements of your customers and legal regulations.
It is where we can support you and provide you with comprehensive guidelines
The IMDS celebrates its 20th birthday this year - wow. It all started when the automotive industry wanted to have a system to prove that they comply with the European End-of-Life Vehicle Directive (ELV). In the meantime, IMDS can do much more and has become an integral part of the everyday life of car drivers. It was a pioneer and is also a model for other systems for automated material reporting. Reread our birthday text here and take a look back at its history:
To ensure that you are well prepared and can practice the correct handling of the new SCIP database, we have developed online training courses.
The training ‘SCIP Database and Reporting Duties’ (No. 6180) familiarises you with the background and objectives as well as the legal basis of the database. You will learn who is affected and subject to reporting obligations and become familiar with the essential SCIP terms. You will also gain an insight into the SCIP notification procedure and learn