FREE Chem-MAP® Chemical Management Consultation
Chemical management is an essential process for organisations across the global materials supply chain. Restricted substance failures in materials and components have a negative impact on business both in the form of the direct cost of the recalled product, plus the additional resource required for corrective action. In addition, (depending on the type and impact of failure) there is also potential damage to brand reputation and value. Furthermore, brands and retailers are increasingly concerned about the upstream chemical inputs into materials, and how they impact people and the environment.
Getting a Grip on Chemical Management: Find out how Chem-MAP® can help you
Where to start with chemical management and chemical compliance can seem daunting. A thorough understanding of your materials supply chain is essential to support supplier transparency and traceability of chemicals in addition to materials. Supply chain influence, good communication with manufacturers and suppliers, as well as knowledge of the necessary documentation for compliance are also major aspects for successful implementation.
To find out more, get in touch with us today for a FREE, 1-2-1 consultation with one of our chemical and regulatory specialists to understand how Chem-MAP® can support in the implementation of a robust chemical management system; ultimately minimising the risk of RSL failures. Chem-MAP® is a structured programme that allows your brand or retail business to develop a chemical management system supporting ZDHC goals and objectives, managing the risk of non-compliances and understanding the impact of hazardous chemicals in the supply chain.
Benefits for Brands & Retailers
Chem-MAP® provides the following benefits to brands and retailers through the b-MAP programme:
On 18th March 2020, ZDHC announced Chem-MAP® as an approved certifier to the ZDHC MRSL V2.0 across all conformity levels (1,2 and 3). The ZDHC MRSL V2.0 supports good chemical management by helping to avoid the use of banned substances during production and manufacturing in the apparel and footwear industries....Published 30th March 2020 Read more