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Declaration of Performances are mandatory to supply per 1-7-2013. How to organise the logistics of the declarations to a product in the building chain?

Declaration of Performances are mandatory to supply per 1-7-2013. How to organise the logistics of the declarations to a product in the building chain?

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  • 1. DoP’s in the building chain Chris Hamans Okt. 2012
  • 2. Supplying a DoP is a logisitic problem
  • 3. Supplying a DoP is a logisitc problem
  • 4. from factory
  • 5. per packaging unit from factory Unpacked intomany single units
  • 6. xyz123 Impossible to CE-mark the product
  • 7. xyz123 Impossible to CE-mark the product
  • 8. ??
  • 9. Delivery noteBordereau de livraison Lieferschein Vrachtbrief Incl.
  • 10. CPR 305/2011+ DoP Declaration of Performance
  • 11. DoP: ult. per 1-7-2013
  • 12. Delivery note Bordereau de livraison Lieferschein + Vrachtbrief+ Incl.
  • 13. Delivery note Bordereau de livraison Lieferschein + the paper flow Vrachtbrief+ Incl.
  • 14. ? ??? ? ? + DoP xxxxx abbc 123 pqr
  • 15. ? ??? ? ? + DoP xxxxx abbc 123 pqr the paper flow
  • 16. xyz 123DoP no. ......
  • 17. Delivery noteBordereau de livraison Lieferschein Vrachtbrief DoP no. ...... Incl.
  • 18. A paper based solution will not work
  • 19. A paper based solution will not work An electronic solution:the information amount to a product only can be managed via electronic data exchange.
  • 20. DoP no. ...... A server filled with DoP
  • 21. A paper based solution will not work An electronic solution:the information amount to a product only can be managed via electronic data exchange. Question: a data server per manufacturer?
  • 22. A paper based solution will not work An electronic solution:the information amount to a product only can be managed via electronic data exchange. Question: a data server per building merchant?
  • 23. a DoP-server with a DoP-server with each A server filled with DoP eachbuilders merchant ? product manufacturer ?
  • 24. A paper based solution will not work An electronic solution:the information amount to a product only can be managed via electronic data exchange. Question: a central European dataserver?
  • 25. From a manufacturer’s point of view:
  • 26. direct delivery to end-userFrom a manufacturer’s point of view: Paper based DoP impossible to handle in printing, packaging and distributing Electronic communication via manufacturer’s server or assigned server; Instructions or URL on delivery note and/or CE-marking on the product
  • 27. DoP no. ...... A server filled with DoP The manufacturer
  • 28. delivery via builders merchants ................. ..................... to end-userFrom a manufacturer’s point of view: If all builders merchants will have their own server and communication system for distributing the DoP’s Different systems and server templates will be impossible to handle
  • 29. A server filled with DoPDoP no. ...... 1 Manufacturer n 2 3
  • 30. From a builders merchant’s point of view:
  • 31. From a builders merchant’s point of view: If all manufacturers supply their DoP’s or specify the source of DoP’s. An enormous administrative burden for merchants chanelling DoP’s or DoP-source
  • 32. A server filled with DoP Manufacturer 1 Manufacturer 3 Manufacturer 2
  • 33. DoP no. ...... DoP no. ...... DoP no. ...... A server filled with DoP Manufacturer 1 Manufacturer 3 Manufacturer 2
  • 34. DoP no. ...... A server filled with DoP ? A Common European DoP Access Point ?
  • 35. A Common European DoP Access Point– What is the point and how could it work
  • 36. MotivationWhy a common DoP-Access Point?Why an industry controlled DoP-Access Point? • Centralised-channelled data exchange • Efficiency • Compliance • Greater strength • Traceability • Greater potential for future tasks • Supports a Common Market 39
  • 37. PRINCIPLE
  • 38. orDoP – Access Code Common access point
  • 39. or DoP – Access CodeAssociation Manufacturer server server Common access point
  • 40. or DoP – Access CodeAssociation Manufacturer server server Common access point Central server
  • 41. Approach A: Re-Direction Product - ID Product - ID Common access pointresponsibility responsibility responsibility
  • 42. Approach A: Re-Direction Product - ID Product - ID Common access point responsibility responsibility responsibility only requires an identifiable product-id each participant has to run his own system low cost for the consortium each system has to comply with the criteria (to be) set by almost no maintenance cost the Commission each operator has to store data for > 10 a each operator has to take care of the language issue higher risk of errors over all higher costs
  • 43. Approach B: Synchronised data Product - ID Product - ID Common access pointDatabase Database+ Interface + Interface Server 46
  • 44. Approach B: Synchronised data Product - ID Product - ID only requires an identifiable product-id higher costs for consortium low cost for the user (manufacturers) Common access point system compliance with Commission criteria to be demonstrated only once for all language version included storage > 10 a provided manufacturer can cut the link to the platform without loosing data over all lower costs Database lower risk of errors Database + Interface + Interface Server 47
  • 45. Approach C: Outsourced data Product - ID Common access point Server Web interface 48
  • 46. Approach D: all-in-one Product - ID Product - ID Product - ID Product - ID Product - ID Common access pointDatabase Database+ Interface Server + Interface Server Web interface
  • 47. The European Common Access Point• Is an initiative of a group of leading European producers of construction products.• A confederation is established (in establishment) – Seat: Maastricht , the Netherlands – All (public registered) European manufacturers of construction products can apply as member. – DoP data remain full responsability of the producer• Timeline – Goal setting: – per February 2013 uploading DoP possible – per 1-7-2013 DoP (free) downloadable
  • 48. we invite construction product manufacturers - small, medium, big – joining the project
  • 49. Interested? More info? contact:Project management of the European Common Access Point Ir. Chris Hamans esc@hamans.com – tel: +31 648 60 63 63