Webinar to Help EE Companies Comply with China RoHS 2.0

China’s new RoHS 2.0 presents challenges to companies working in the EE sector. SGS’s webinar on June 16, 2016, will help companies with achieving compliance.

Online PR News – 24-June-2016 – Geneva, Switzerland – SGS has announced details of a webinar describing how companies can comply with the new China RoHS 2.0 regulations. The webinar, to be held on June 16, 2016, will look at the latest version of China’s legislation controlling the use of hazardous substances in the manufacture of electrical and electronic products, their parts and components. RoHS 2.0 also applies to goods being imported into China, and so the webinar has relevance to companies both inside and outside China.

The webinar, presented by Dr Ryan Liu of SGS China, will start at 10am (in Berlin), or 4pm (in Shanghai), and will last for about one hour. During the webinar, the following topics will be discussed:

• Review of current status of RoHS
• Introduction to China RoHS 2.0
- History, scope and definition
- Key requirements and how to comply
- The RoHS development trend
• Voluntary Certificate of China RoHS 2.0
- Brief introduction, including history and scope
- The role of the voluntary certificate under China RoHS regulation framework
• Solutions for China RoHS 2.0
- Risk analysis of non-conforming products (based on past enforcement cases)
- How SGS helps enterprises to ensure compliance
-How and why SGS cooperates with the Chinese government

To join the webinar, register your interest, or access a recording of the event, visit the How To Comply With China RoHS 2.0 webinar page on the SGS website.

About SGS Electricals & Electronics Services
SGS’s global network of accredited testing laboratories help companies develop high quality electrical and electronic goods, that meet the complex demands of the modern market. Our specialized teams of local experts have in-depth knowledge of domestic and international electrical and electronics (EE) markets, and can offer a range of services to those within the supply chain, from manufacturers to retailers. For more information, visit the E&E section of the SGS website.

For further information contact:

Ryan Liu Ph.D
Senior Technical Supervisor
Telephone: +86 (021) 6140 2677

About SGS
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