Preparing Your Products - And Your Business - For REACH

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Preparing Your Products - And Your Business - For REACH

  1. 1. Preparing your products – and your business – for REACH Jim Brown – President, Tech-Clarity John Fox, Director, Product and Market Strategy, PTC Marc Anderson – Senior Technical Consultant, PTC
  2. 2. PTC acquires Synapsis Technology EMARS is now… Synapsis Technology is now… 2 © 2009 PTC
  3. 3. Today’s presentation – what you will learn 2009 REACH Survey Results Conducted in July 2009 by research firm, Tech-Clarity REACH overview and update New industry challenges and implications. How are the best companies addressing the challenges Software demonstration PTC InSight Environmental Compliance Additional Resources Q&A 3 © 2009 PTC
  4. 4. making the value of technology clear Introduction - Jim Brown Hall of Fame football player All-American lacrosse player Godfather of Soul Cultural Icon Jim Carrey © Tech-Clarity, Inc. 2009
  5. 5. making the value of technology clear Introduction - Jim Brown Industry – General Electric Major Appliances Manufacturing engineering, systems consulting Management Consultant – Andersen (Accenture) Enterprise applications for manufacturers Software Industry – SCT (Infor) / Sequencia (OSI) Product strategy, product management, marketing executive PLM Industry Analyst Technology Evaluation Centers / PLM Evaluation Center VP & Group Director, Aberdeen Group Founder and President, Tech-Clarity, Inc. © Tech-Clarity, Inc. 2009
  6. 6. making the value of technology clear About the Research Tech-Clarity gathered and analyzed over 300 responses Responding companies represented a cross-section of the manufacturing industries: High tech and Electronics (51%) Consumer Products (33%) Aerospace and Defense (26%) Machinery and Industrial (26%) Automotive and Transportation (22%) Others Responding companies doing business globally: North America (88%) Western Europe (53%) Asia-Pacific regions (44%) Latin America (27%) Eastern Europe (25%) Africa (8%) © Tech-Clarity, Inc. 2009
  7. 7. making the value of technology clear REACH in Context © Tech-Clarity, Inc. 2009
  8. 8. making the value of technology clear REACH in Context 89% of those concerned by RoHS are also concerned by REACH. … those that treated RoHS as a one-time project are now facing a repeat of their efforts (or worse). © Tech-Clarity, Inc. 2009
  9. 9. making the value of technology clear Compliance Challenges © Tech-Clarity, Inc. 2009
  10. 10. making the value of technology clear REACH-specific Challenges © Tech-Clarity, Inc. 2009
  11. 11. making the value of technology clear Manufacturer’s Viewpoint “The work hasn’t gone away, but our resource pool has gotten smaller.” Ray Lizotte Director of the Environmental Stewardship Office APC by Schneider Electric © Tech-Clarity, Inc. 2009
  12. 12. making the value of technology clear What Have Companies Done? © Tech-Clarity, Inc. 2009
  13. 13. making the value of technology clear Framework for Product Compliance
  14. 14. making the value of technology clear Supplier Declarations © Tech-Clarity, Inc. 2009
  15. 15. making the value of technology clear Manufacturer’s Viewpoint “For REACH, never needed a form from Seagate because we already had the information.” Brian Martin Sr. Director Corporate Product Environmental Compliance Seagate © Tech-Clarity, Inc. 2009
  16. 16. making the value of technology clear How Long Addressing SVHC? © Tech-Clarity, Inc. 2009
  17. 17. making the value of technology clear Manufacturer’s Viewpoint “REACH showed us there will be continuing efforts to add more compliance regulations to things we ship to different locations around the world.” Gerald Sprague Principal Software Engineer, Environmental Compliance Motorola © Tech-Clarity, Inc. 2009
  18. 18. making the value of technology clear Key Takeaways REACH is the top environmental compliance concern identified, but not the only concern Manufacturers will have to stay on top of ever-changing lists of SVHC (and other regulations) Manufacturers are moving towards greater levels of substance disclosure from their suppliers Greater supplier disclosure makes REACH analysis more proactive (and sustainable) © Tech-Clarity, Inc. 2009
  19. 19. making the value of technology clear Key Takeaways Progressive approach is the most pragmatic way for most manufacturers to increase levels of disclosure Companies interviewed all expressed the need for automation, particularly when moving from “project based” compliance to a “sustainable process” © Tech-Clarity, Inc. 2009
  20. 20. making the value of technology clear Thank You jim.brown@tech-clarity.com www.tech-clarity.com www.tech-clarity.com/ClarityonPLM (blog) www.twitter.com/jim_techclarity © Tech-Clarity, Inc. 2009
  21. 21. REACH regulation – overview and update Substance Registration A basic chemical, anything  If > one with a CAS number tonne per Basic building block from  year per which everything is made Evaluation legal entity All substances are in the  scope of REACH.  Even if not  hazardous Authorization Preparation Whatever their Anything that’s a mixture of  quantity substances Restriction Article An object where the shape is  more important than its  …of Chemicals composition
  22. 22. REACH regulation – SVHC in articles 1,500 – 3,000 2010 (Est.) Fall 2009. New! Sept. 267 2008 Oct. 2008 15 Candidate S.I.N. REACH Company SVHCs List 1.0 SVHCs “Target List” (Expected) Obligations Costs of Failure What SVHC are present in your products and  Blocked Sales parts? ( > 0.1% ) Supply Chain Disruptions What volumes of SVHC are you delivering via your  legal entities in Europe? 
  23. 23. Meeting obligations, managing risk Supplier Finished Article 23 © 2008 PTC
  24. 24. Use progressive disclosure to balance risk and cost Business risk Disclosure level No data Certificate of Partial Full compliance (Negative) Disclosure Disclosure 24 © 2008 PTC
  25. 25. Integrate REACH compliance and risk management into your entire product lifecycle Identify risks in Establish performance targets as early BoM part of gate process Dashboards Track performance relative to current and future standards 25 © 2008 PTC
  26. 26. Get the data Analyze and manage the data Share the data Data  Ecosystem Data  InSight Analysis and  Program  acquisition Environmental  reports analysis /  Supplier  Compliance Suppliers  tracking • Environmental Data (Direct) • Compliance • IPC‐1752 Standards* Product  Suppliers  • Other  • Substance data analysis /  (3rd Party) standards Risk  assessment Material  Databases Material  Legacy Data Product Info Part Info/AVL Content  (BOMs) (Item Master) Declaration  of final  • PLM product • ERP *Supported compliance standards include EU RoHS, China RoHS, WEEE, ELV, REACH and more 26 © 2009 PTC
  27. 27. Demonstration Product/Sub‐assembly: Capacitor Resistor Company Parts: Integrated Circuit Supplier Parts: Environmental  (Substance) Data: ? Substances: CAS Numbers, Masses 27 © 2008 PTC
  28. 28. Stay informed ECHA Guidance Documents http://guidance.echa.europa.eu/guidance_en.htm PTC’s 10-Step REACH Guide – “How to Get Your Products Ready For REACH” PTC’s Green Products Newsletter Tech-Clarity’s Research Paper 28 © 2008 PTC
  29. 29. Join the LinkedIn Group: REACH, RoHS, and EuP Network 200+ members News & events discussions 29 © 2008 PTC
  30. 30. Thank you. This concludes our event. Jim Brown John Fox President Director, Product and Market Strategy Tech‐Clarity PTC jim.brown@tech‐clarity.com jfox@ptc.com www.tech‐clarity.com/ClarityonPLM (blog) www.linkedin.com/in/johnhfox www.twitter.com/jim_techclarity www.twitter.com/johnhfox 267‐708‐0027 Learn more about Tech‐Clarity: Learn more about InSight www.tech‐clarity.com Environmental Compliance software:   www.ptc.com/go/insightec 30 © 2009 PTC
  31. 31. Thank You!

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