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RoHS means ‘Restriction of Hazardous Substances. The protocol was adopted by the European Union in February 2003. The RoHS directive needed to be implemented and become law in each member state of the European Union. The directive took effect on 1 July 2006. RoHS restricts the use of hazardous substances in the manufacturing of different types of electronic and electrical equipment. The main objective of RoHS is to protect both human health and the environment.
RoHS impacts the whole electronic industry and various electrical products as well. This directive intends to prevent the risks caused to human health and the environment linked to the management of electronic and electrical waste. RoHS does this by limiting the use of certain hazardous materials in electrical and electronic equipment that can be replaced by safer alternatives. It restricts the use of ten hazardous substances which are as follows:
The process to get the ROHS Certification
ROHS Certification registrations can be done online. Our professional experts at Credence Corporate Solutions process the application thoroughly at every stage, right from submission to completion, to ensure that the registration is completed as quickly as possible. The process for registration is:
Application: The first step to receiving RoHS certification is applying for the certification. The application form covers some basic information about the organization. The certification body must accept the application form and needs to maintain and record all the data on the ROHS database.
Application Review process: The application received is evaluated by the team to make sure that the compliance requirement has been met.
Agreement and quotation: After the documents are reviewed, the certification body gives the price quotation to the customers and executes the Gap Analysis to cover all the sections and clauses of the quality standards. Gap Analysis is performed to test the gap between the organization planned things and achieved things.
Review of documents: Evaluate the document of the company to make sure that the documentation fulfilled the compliance standard.
Audit (Stage1): Check the documented procedure and policies of the company against the compliance requirement.
Review process: Check the documentation of the management system of the company to guarantee that the compliance requirement has been fulfilled.
Corrective action: This process means dealing with non-conformity. The action is taken when the non-conformity arises.
Verification: Verify the company’s documentation according to the standard requirements.
Audit (Stage-2): The auditor verifies that the company works according to its documentation and if the auditor finds any non-conformity then the auditor offers the opportunity to the company to correct the non-conformities.
Review process: The implementation process is once again reviewed as per the company’s document.
Corrective Action: This process is again allowed after the stage 2 audit if the auditor finds any non-conformity. It allows the organization to correct the non-conformities.
Verification: During this process, work instruction and implementation process verification are being followed by the employees of the organization.
Granting of Certification: The Certification Body will issue a certificate of compliance after all the criteria are fulfilled. The certificate is valid for three years.
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