Learn how to meet your SCIP requirements and create your SCIP-compatible dataset
Do you produce, import or supply a product that is placed on the EU market and contains SVHCs?
From January 2021, all companies placing products on the EU market must notify those containing SVHCs to the SCIP database.
The idea behind SCIP is that to successfully develop a circular economy and enable recycling, hazardous chemicals must be removed from materials. The data requirements for the SCIP database are more extensive and complex than those of REACH Article 33 and require substantial amounts of information from the supply chain, which presents a huge challenge for industry.
Topics covered in this online course
What are the SCIP requirements and who is affected
SCIP data structure and content
Detailed assessment of data requirements Options to simplify your SCIP notification
How to create a SCIP-compatible dataset
IT tools: IUCLID and S2S API
Examples from the automotive, advanced manufacturing and retail sectors
Advantages and challenges of common information exchange formats
What can you expect from this course?
8 Course Modules
Instant access to 2 hours of course recordings
Useful summary handouts & additional resources
Test your learning with practical exercises
Complete the course in approximately 3.5 hours
Welcome to the course
Module 1 – Your obligations
Module 2 – SCIP data requirements
Module 3 – Data structure in SCIP
Module 4 – Common data challenges
Module 5 – Ways to simplify your SCIP notification
Module 6 – IT tools
Module 7 – Creating a SCIP-compatible dataset
Module 8 – Successful SCIP submission and beyond
Performing an LCA: A benchmarking case study
At the end of this course, participants will be able to
Understand the requirements of SCIP
Identify your data gaps
Be aware of the data challenges and potential solutions
Identify a data collection strategy for your company
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