Tag Archives: materials declaration

IPC Standards Committee Reports — Data Generation and Transfer, Supplier Declaration, Electronic Documentation, EHS, Management, Intellectual Property

These standards committee reports from IPC APEX EXPO 2015 have been compiled to help keep you up to date on IPC standards committee activities. This is the fourth and final in the series of reports. Data Generation and Transfer The 2-16 Product Data Description (Laminar View) Subcommittee continued discussion of potential new requirements and possible […]

IPC Standards Committee Reports: Supplier Declaration, EH&S, Conflict Minerals

These committee reports from IPC Midwest Conference & Exhibition have been compiled to help keep you up to date on IPC standards committee activities. This is the first in a series of reports. Supplier Declaration The 2-18b Materials Declaration Task Group held a joint meeting with the IEC TC 111 committee that developed the IEC […]

More Updates on Supplier Declaration Standards and Committee Activities – Video Interviews

Can you spend less time on supplier and materials declaration requests and keep your customers happy? IPC committees are working on streamlining these often tedious requests with updates to IPC-1752, Materials Declaration Management. Learn more in these video interviews from Real Time with IPC at IPC APEX EXPO. 2-18b Task Group: Amendments on the Horizon […]

IPC APEX EXPO® 2012 Standards Committees Reports: Environment and Supplier Declaration

This is the first in a series of reports on standards activities at IPC APEX EXPO in San Diego in early March. For more information on these committees, please contact Fern Abrams, director of environmental policy and government relations, or Stephanie Castorina, manager of environmental policy, at +1 703-522-0225. You can also find drafts and […]

A Quick Reference on Some Complex Issues

IPC President Denny McGuirk’s August 1 editorial from the IPC Intouch Member Newsletter: A recent study commissioned by the Small Business Administration found that annual regulatory compliance costs in the United States hit $1.75 trillion in 2008. Multiply that worldwide and the costs of regulation for the electronics industry alone are easily measured in tens […]

Now Available: Environmental Conference Proceedings

Now available: proceedings from the It’s Not Easy Being Green: Complying with Changing Global Environmental Laws conference includes an update on EU revision of the RoHS Directive, REACH, China RoHS, halogen free and green chemistry, along with tools for evaluating and meeting your requirements, including the IPC materials declaration standard and the iNEMI eco-impact evaluator. […]