Supplier Portal with SCIP Compliance

Supplier compliance with SCIP integration

The supplier portal of Clever Compliance ensures that you are compliant and so are your suppliers too. Integrated with the SCIP database, this digital tool allows you to gather not only what restricted substances your suppliers have, but also create your own custom forms, allowing you to collect any type of information from your suppliers.
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Make sure you stay compliant with the SCIP regulations

How does the supplier portal help you?

Easily report what restricted substances you use in your products. Export the data from the system, and directly import it into the SCIP database, without hassle.
Pull out relevant reports over your data, such as "average time to answer", "non-compliant suppliers", "not responded", etc.
Set up any type of workflows you need to keep you on the right track. E.g. if your supplier hasn't replied within 14 days, send them a reminder.
Easily refer to the SCIP numbers of your suppliers, a new European requirement from 2021.
Create custom forms to collect any type of information from your suppliers.
Integratable into the compliance management system provided by Clever Compliance.

The supplier portal will help you stay always fully compliant

1. Collect information about the restricted substances in your products.
2. Assess data-gaps and identify high-risk articles.
3. Compile a dossier, also known as a SCIP notification.
4. Report your findings to the SCIP database to avoid issues with the market authorities

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the SCIP database?
This is the database for information on Substances of Concern In articles as such or in complex objects established under the Waste Framework Directive (WFD).
Who is impacted by SCIP?
All European producers, assemblers, importers, distributors and other actors who place products on the market must submit a SCIP notification
What are the steps in the SCIP process?
Duty holders must collect information on the restricted substances in their products, prepare and submit a dossier, and have a submission report.
What is a SCIP notification?
It is a dossier prepared by the duty holders and submitted to ECHA, providing information on the presence of SVHC in their products in a concentration above 0.1% w/w
What articles and substances are within the scope of the SCIP regulation?
It covers all articles placed on the EU market containing SVHC in a concentration above 0.1% w/w
What is SVHC?

SVHC refers to substances of very high concern on the Candidate List.

SVHC candidate list
Is a non-European company required to comply with SCIP?
Companies based outside of the EU are not required to comply with SCIP. However, non-EU companies are obliged to provide the required information and support their EU importers in making SCIP submissions.
Out of scope are also retailers who supply products to the consumers without making any alterations.
Who is required to comply with SCIP?
Any company in the scope of the EU Waste Directive must comply with SCIP:
- EU manufacturers and assemblers
- EU distributors, importers and other actors placing articles on the EU market
- Distributors who supply articles as received and make no modifications.
What is the format of a SCIP notification?
The format must be XML-based and compatible with IUCLID (.i6z file extension)
What is a SCIP notification of an article as such?
It is a dataset which includes in the concern elements section all the information related to the SVHCs present in the article.
What is a SCIP notification of a complex object?
It is a dataset that includes one or more link components datasets of either an article as such or other complex objects. Each component dataset must include the information related to the SVHCs present in each component of the complex object.
What is an article as such?
An article as such is a one-piece component, such as an alarm knob, a handlebar grip or a blade.
What is a complex object?
A complex object incorporates two or more components, each of which can be either an article as such or another complex object. For example, a complex object can be a camera, pencil sharpener, audio system and microwave.
Are the SCIP reporting requirements applicable to all products or only to new ones?
The SCIP requirements apply to all products sold on the EU market.
Do we still need to comply with SCIP if our products have industrial use only?
Yes, you do. All products, regardless of their use, must be reported to SCIP.
What information do I need to submit to the SCIP database?
You will need to submit "technical" data which provides information related to substance, article and their association.
Is SCIP related to RoHS and WEEE regulations?
The SCIP database is established under the Waste Framework Directive and linked to article 33 (1) of REACH. Thus, there is no direct relation to either RoHS or WEEE.
What is the cost of Clever Compliance's SCIP solution?
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