20 Jun 2021
In the past automotive manufacturers used to report REACH Candidate List substances in articles into the International Material Database System (IMDS). From the start of 2021, they are in need to submit similar information in the SCIP (Substances of Concern In articles as such or complex objects (Products)) database through the IUCLID platform developed by ECHA. It should be done in the IUCLID platform online or by doing automation of SCIP submission by getting access for the system to system service via an interface.
To avoid suppliers using multiple systems for data processing, the IMDS IMDS Steering Committee (SC) has invested in large scale system updates reflecting new data fields as well as an interface for reflecting the data into the SCIP from IMDS in the release of IMDS 13.0.
With Release of 13.0, IMDS will support creation and submission of SCIP Dossiers based on existing MDS information within IMDS whenever possible, all from within IMDS. It comes up with new required attributes and a new interface to transfer MDSs one by one to SCIP. With a single mouse click from within IMDS the transfer of MDSs containing SVHCs is done: SCIP numbers are associated with MDSs, and the Dossier(s) are created and loaded into the SCiP database.
The IMDS-a2 bulk interface with SCIP help to submit any number of MDSs into SCIP database. The new feature is the part of basic licence of IMDS-a2 module. It can also be used in combination with the Where-Used Analysis, Component search, MDS/Module search and the Outbox search.
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