The Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) is a compulsory directive which requires all businesses to comply when trading electrical and electronic equipment in the European Union (EU). RoHS is regularly updated, so it’s important for suppliers to stay informed of the latest regulations (currently RoHS 2.0).
In this webinar, find out whose responsibility it is in your supply chain to ensure RoHS compliance and how to get certified. Is it the raw materials purchaser, manufacturer, importer, or other’s job to handle? Tune in as two industry experts deliver essential advice and give a comprehensive guide to everything RoHS while looking ahead to the future for the directive.
Thursday, 29 October, 2020
10am London Time
11am Paris Time
Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) Environmental Expert, Assent Compliance
Steven is an internationally recognized expert, with over 18 years of experience in EU policy development focusing on sustainability, product, waste, and recycling legislation. He helps companies to understand how environmental regulations such as RoHS are enforced.
Managing Partner and RoHS Environmentalist, AiDUO sprl. Consultancy
Malte has extensive experience in the field of environmental legislation as well as European affairs in both the cement and household appliances industries. He was an expert-member of the EU Commission Ad-Hoc Working Group on future substance restriction under the RoHS Directive and a member of the German Chemical Society.
Host and Presenter
Clare has worked as a presenter and producer across companies such as the BBC, ITN and the British Forces Broadcasting Service.
Whether you’re new to RoHS as a trader or an experienced distributor, wholesaler or supplier, when it comes to electrical and electronic goods in the EU, this session will bring you up to speed and offer a thorough guidance of what you need to know. It will provide details of how to become RoHS compliant as well as outline the issues surrounding the Directive for component suppliers, importers and exporters.
To further understand RoHS
To ensure you understand why RoHS is important and the consequences of non-compliance
To understand the difference between RoHS and REACH
To find out how your business can achieve RoHS compliance
To look at the future outlook of RoHS and ahead to 2021