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m-MAP is a specially designed programme within Chem-MAP to support manufacturers of materials with implementing responsible chemical management in their supply chains.

The m-MAP Programme is divided into two key modules:

  •  Module 1 – Chem-MAP Approved Technician (CAT)
  •  Module 2 – Chem-MAP Approved Manufacturer (CAM)

 

Module 1 of m-MAP consists of a series of online training and assessment modules. These modules are aimed at providing education to technicians who handle chemicals at manufacturing facilities, to enable them to develop their understanding of the principles and practices of responsible chemical management within a manufacturing facility. 

m-MAP online training consists of 8 modules, these include:

1.       An Introduction to Chem-MAP & Chemical Management

2.       Understanding Safety Data Sheets

3.       RSL and MRSL

4.       Setting up a Chemical Inventory Log (CIL)

5.       Responsible Chemical Procurement

6.       Chemical Handling and Health & Safety

7.       Chemical Storage and Waste Management

8.       Wastewater Management

 

Through successful completion of the online training modules and assessments, technicians can be awarded Chem-MAP Approved Technician (CAT) status. There are two CAT levels that are achievable:

 

Level 1 Chem-MAP Approved Technician (CAT)

The Level 1 CAT award can be achieved through successful completion of individual modules and examinations.

 
Level 2 Chem-MAP Approved Technician (CAT)

The Level 2 CAT award can be achieved through successful completion of all modules and examinations.

 

 

Module 2 of m-MAP consists of an on-site chemical management audit of the manufacturing facilities, covering:

  • Chemical inputs (evaluating if sourced from a ZDHC approved supplier)
  • The percentage of technicians awarded CAT status
  • Chemical management at facility level
  • Chemical management training followed by an assessment

 

Through successful completion of the m-Map audit, the manufacturing facility can become a Chem-MAP Approved Manufacturer (CAM).

 

How Chem-Map Can Help

Begin your route to responsible chemistry with Chem-MAP. If you would like your manufacturing company and technicians to become Chem-MAP Approved and you support ZDHC objectives, contact the Chem-MAP team at Eurofins | BLC today.

 

Chem-MAP is the future of chemical management in leather, textile and synthetic materials supply chains.

 

Reducing Risk, Increasing Confidence

 

Get Started. Contact Chem-MAP Today. Speak to a Chem-MAP expert at Eurofins | BLC on +44 (0) 1604 679 999 or email info@chem-map.com

Chem-MAP: Cleaner Chemistry for a Safer World


Watch the Chem-MAP video to see how this new ZDHC approved MRSL verification programme is engaging all organisations in the leather, textile and synthetic materials supply chains to drive the use of responsible chemistry in the manufacture of consumer products.

Chem-MAP is a preventative system that protects businesses, workers, consumers and the environment, and rewards businesses that engage through certification, approved status, training and technical support. Chem-MAP offers three programmes which are specifically designed for chemical companies (c-MAP Programme), manufacturers (m-MAP Programme) and brands and retailers (b-MAP Programme).

Watch the Chem-MAP Video

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