Experiences in restricted substance risk management
Hear about best practice developed through the EMIT Consortium and the work of companies such as Boeing
Guest speaker: Peter Mezey from Boeing
Watch this webinar to find out how manufacturing enterprises are meeting the challenges posed by restricted substances at every level: from executives concerned with corporate liability, to engineers making practical materials choices. Learn from the experience of Boeing and other EMIT Consortium members and see the GRANTA MI system they use to meet these challenges.
What you will learn
- Hear about best practice developed through the EMIT Consortium and the work of companies such as Boeing
- Find out how you can manage your proprietary data, fill gaps in your knowledge, and stay up-to-date with changing regulations using GRANTA MI
- Discover how to apply this knowledge to de-risk your material and processes, and to enable design for compliance
- Learn how to analyze the risk associated with legacy Bills of Materials.
The Environmental Materials Information Technology (EMIT) Consortium is a collaborative project that develops and applies information technology solutions to enable product design and development in the context of environmental objectives and regulations. These solutions are centered on information and decisions relating to materials and processes. The members are Airbus Helicopters, Airbus Defense & Space, Boeing, Emerson Electric, GKN Aerospace, Honeywell, NASA, NPL, Pratt & Whitney, Rolls-Royce, and US Army Research Labs. Members use the GRANTA MI:Restricted Substances software to assess and avoid risk. The latest version of this software will be demonstrated during the web seminar.
Who will benefit?
- Restricted substance and REACH specialists—learn how Boeing and other leading companies are meeting restricted substance challenges
- Product stewards—understand how to analyze restricted substance risk for legacy products and minimize it for new designs
- Material and process professionals—de-risk your materials and processes
- Engineering design managers—enable design for compliance