What Is Product Compliance?
To bring a product to market, companies must undertake a variety of tasks and activities to ensure their products are compliant with a wide range of regulations. This process is known as product compliance, and it encompasses an assortment of due diligence measures, including reporting on chemicals and restricted substances found in products, product certification requirements and extended producer responsibility tasks. Companies with products found to be non-compliant with these requirements could face serious consequences, including loss of market access, financial penalties, legal action or loss of contract.
Product Compliance Regulations
Requirements for product compliance regulations can typically be broken down into three primary categories: material and chemical reporting, product certification and producer responsibility.
Product compliance regulations and directives include, but are not limited to:
The EU Biocidal Products Regulation.
Children’s Safe Products Act (CSPA).
The Global Automotive Declarable Substance List.
The EU Ship Recycling Regulation.
Highlights of Assent’s Product Compliance Suite
The Assent Compliance Platform’s Product Compliance Suite allows companies to meet a variety of regulatory obligations, automating data collection and data management to improve program quality while reducing internal costs. Features include: