Programme

  1. Welcome and introduction

    Chemical Watch

  2. Keynote  Scip database: State of play

    Speaker from Echa

  3. Morning session part 1: The view from the member states
  4. Germany

  5. Sweden

  6. Q&A

  7. Break and virtual networking

  8. Morning session part 2: Industry developments
  9. A cross-sectoral response to the new Scip database reporting requirements

    Join senior industry experts from across Europe who will give their experience of using and reporting into the Scip database.

    Timo Unger Timo Unger
    Manager Environmental Affairs, Hyundai Motor Europe Technical Centre, Germany
    Steve George Steve George
    Chair, ASD REACH Working Group
  10. SME Response to the Scip Database

    • EU trade body SMEunited has requested a one-year extension for deadlines relating to Echa’s Scip database.
    • SMEunited adviser Marko Susnik will present a closer look at the impact Covid-19 has had on SMEs and their ability to reach regulatory deadlines.
    Marko Sušnik Marko Sušnik
    Senior Advisor, WKÖ/SMEunited, Austria
  11. Q&A

  12. How to fit the gap between mandatory/required SCIP data and what manufacturers are collecting for years to support EU REACH Article 33

    To support EU RoHS regulation (since 2006) then EU REACH regulation article 33 (since 2008), business sectors have put in place industry standards to facilitate communication of Materials and Substances data in their Supply Chain.  Now EC under the Waste Framework Directive (2018) has amended in its article 9 the EU REACH duties to also notify their products to the ECHA authority. 

    ECHA has put in place the SCIP database to comply with the WFD but has defined additional data as mandatory or required in this database that are not covered by original article 33. This is a very important issue that companies have to face because they just don’t have the data as requested by the ECHA. How do we fill the gap?

    Jean-Pierre Théret Jean-Pierre Théret
    Materials Compliance Specialist, Dassault Systèmes, France
  13. Q&A

  14. Close of morning session

  15. Networking and sponsor forum

  16. Afternoon session part 1: Scip database best practices
  17. How to submit data to Scip: simplification mechanisms

    Speaker from Echa

  18. Benefits of system-to-system integration to the Echa Scip database

    Aidan Turnbull Aidan Turnbull
    Director, BOMcheck, UK
  19. An update on IPC standards for Scip reporting including the new IPC-1752B supply chain standard

    Speaker from IPC

  20. Q&A

  21. Afternoon session part 2: Scip database use cases and data communication
  22. Waste operator perspective

  23. Scip from a non-EU/EU importer perspective

    Drawing on recent industry surveys and studies by REACHLaw, the presentation will address specific legal and practical challenges for non-EU suppliers of articles and their EU customers. Possible solutions for industry to ensure Scip compliance (for example, ‘foreign user’ concept) will also be discussed.

    Tim Becker Tim Becker
    Senior Legal Advisor, REACHLaw
  24. NGO perspective

  25. Q&A

  26. Virtual conference close