Safran Electrical & Power, recently contracted CMCA(UK) to carry out the Phase II work for the REACH tool and data that will enable the Aerospace giant to create Article 33 declarations for the parts and assemblies that it supplies. This will enable Safran to meet their legal obligations under the REACH legislation.
Chris Green from CMCA(UK) announced the order and commented: “There has been a lot of hard work and effort by both parties to get us to where we are now, and we look forward to working with Safran to ensure that this next phase is as successful as the last! The work involved plays to our strengths in data gathering and cleansing, as well as creating a bespoke database, in which the customer will be able to choose what data they see and how it is presented.
CMCA(UK) has found that although the REACH regulation came into force in 2007, much of industry outside of the chemicals business is not fully aware of what it represents and what its implications are. As a result CMCA(UK) has developed a REACH monitoring service as part of our expanding portfolio of tools designed to help identify and mitigate the effects of obsolescence, especially obsolescence that may be driven by REACH legislation. You can find further information on REACH and the impact on obsolescence here or read our REACH regulation compliance case study.