Product Compliance Solutions
Aerospace and Defense Declarable Substance List (AD-DSL)
Source Intelligence has developed multiple technology-driven solutions specifically designed to simplify the process of collecting data. We have the experience and the capability to collect AD-DSL-related information from your suppliers, especially if your A&D supply chain is complex. We take the heavy lifting off your shoulders so you can focus on your core business operations.
California Prop 65
Ensure you get the product information you need to comply with CA Prop 65. Request information from your suppliers, manage product documentation and get real-time product compliance status. Our interactive compliance coach will guide you each step of the way, from uploading suppliers and requesting information to analyzing the data you receive.
EU Medical Devices Regulation (EU MDR)
EU MDR requires that manufacturers report to the EUDAMED Database, which will be available for stockholders, consumers, and medical device companies. Each product will have labeling similar to the Unique Device Identifier (UDI) from the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The regulation also requires that manufacturers implement or update their QMS, stating it must store documentation, conduct post-market surveillance, and assess risks. Medical devices are segmented into classes, ranked from Class I (low risk) to Class III (high risk). What class a product is in determines the extent of regulations it must be in compliance with.
EU POPs Compliance
Collecting and analyzing EU POPs compliance data from your business and suppliers is tough. Our solution allows you to provide any product information available; Full Materials Declarations (FMDs), safety data sheets, lab test reports, and more. Our platform then takes the information and rolls it up to give you real-time reports on your EU POPs compliance status. We give your suppliers the flexibility to provide a variety of documents to ease the burden of reporting and allow you to get timely data.
Full Material Disclosures
A Full Material Disclosure (FMD) is a list of all materials and substances contained in your product. It is a full substance level disclosure of every constituent substance in, and intentionally added, to every homogeneous material in the products you supply to a customer. Mitigate risks and meet regulatory requirements with our FMD solution.
REACH Regulation Solutions
Collecting and analyzing REACH compliance data from your suppliers is tough. Our solution allows your suppliers to provide any product information they have available; Full Materials Declarations (FMDs), safety data sheets, lab test reports, and more. Our platform then takes the information and rolls it up to give you real-time reports on your REACH status. We give your suppliers the flexibility to provide a variety of documents to ease the burden of reporting and allow you to get timely data.
The RoHS regulation requires all parties in the supply chain to do their part to ensure compliance. Members of the supply chain must test product information, pass on critical product documentation, and analyze complex product data. Our RoHS solution gives your suppliers the flexibility to provide a large variety of chemical documents. This hybrid approach minimizes the burden of reporting on your suppliers, which eases supply chain communication and allows you to get accurate data in a timely manner. We also offer a China RoHS Labeling compliance solution.
SCIP Database & Dossier
SCIP stands for Substances of Concern in Products. The database will serve as a catalog of information on potentially harmful substances present in products imported and distributed within the 21 EU member states. The program is part of the Waste Directive Framework established by the EU to implement steps toward a more circular economy and facilitate waste management. Its ultimate purpose is to address the negative impact of waste material (handling, recycling, disposal) on people’s health and the environment. Our goal is to make SCIP compliance easy. Whether you have data already gathered and need to outsource the individual dossier submissions or you need help with the entire process, we can do the heavy lifting for you and take SCIP off your plate.
Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA)
Introduced in the Senate in March 1976 and signed into law in October of the same year, the Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA) today still regulates commerce and use restrictions on substances and chemicals that may pose an unreasonable risk to human health or to the environment. The Act’s objective is to assess and regulate existing chemicals present on the US market as well as new substances before they enter the country. Entities or persons that manufacture, process, distribute, use, and/or dispose of chemicals are required to comply with TSCA.