How Standards Assist Environmental Compliance in the Electronics Industry [WEBINAR]

How Standards Assist Environmental Compliance in the Electronics Industry [WEBINAR]

Companies in the electronics industry must operate with certain restricted and declarable substance regulations in mind. Much like the regulatory landscape, standards developed to assist these companies are constantly evolving.

The International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC)’s TC111 technical committee developed standards to help manufacturers in the electronics industry comply with the environmental regulations for which they are in scope. Since these standards emerged, the TC111 group has identified new areas in environmental compliance that require international standardization.

Join Assent’s Director of Compliance Programs, James Calder, and Walter Jager, ECD Compliance’s Principal Consultant, on May 26th at 1PM EST for a webinar providing an overview of existing and emerging standards developed by the TC111 group. This webinar will focus on the standards used for demonstrating compliance with restricted and declarable substance regulations like REACH and RoHS.

This webinar will cover:

  • Standards for material declarations
  • Test methods
  • Program evaluation
  • …and more!

The webinar is an essential opportunity to understand the standards developed by the IEC’s TC111 technical committee and how they help your company comply with environmental regulations.


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