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Restricted Substances Data Module

A unique dataset for addressing strategic business risk related to restricted substance regulations such as REACH.
What is it? A regularly-updated information resource that helps you to understand your exposure to the legislation and standards that may restrict substances used in manufacturing your products.
What is in it? Over 10,000 records, each describing a specific restricted substance. Details of over 125 pieces of national and international legislation, regulations, and industry standards that regulate the use of substances.
What is it used for? As a knowledge-base to explore the implications of restricted substance regulations. Link to in-house data with GRANTA MI:Restricted Substances to assess risk for your materials and products.
Where does it come from? The data is compiled and maintained by Granta Design, guided by the EMIT Consortium.
How do I get it? Via the GRANTA MI materials information system.

A unique resource to help mitigate restricted substance risk

Every manufacturing organization is aware of the risks associated restricted substances—legal liability, non-compliance costs, re-design, product recalls, or inability to make or service products due to materials obsolescence. Minimizing these risks is difficult, not least because of gaps in company knowledge. It’s difficult to keep up with updated regulations, or to gather data from suppliers. The Restricted Substances Data Module is a unique information resource to solve this problem.

This regularly-updated knowledge-base covers thousands of restricted substances and 125+ international legislations, regulations, lists, and standards. And this data is linked to the property data on the full spectrum of engineering materials and to information on coatings. You can build similar links between the substance records and information in your corporate materials database.

These links enable queries such as “Which materials will this update to the REACH regulation impact?” Keep up-to-date with the regulatory landscape and fill knowledge gaps, for example, where supplier data is missing.

What substance data is included?

  • General information about the substance (e.g., CAS Registry Number, IUPAC name and common synonyms, classification and labeling, and uses)
  • Links to all legislation in the database that affect that substance
  • Each legislation is given a rating for each substance, from ‘Banned’ at it most severe to ‘Caution’ at its least severe
  • A rolled-up rating can be associated with a substance record, showing the most severe rating of all legislations linked to that substance – this helps with the generation of summary reports for materials or products containing many substances.
A typical substance record in the Restricted Substances Data Module

Typical substance record

Examples of regulations and legislations that are covered

European legislation   North American legislation
  • EC Regulation 2037/2000 (Ozone Depletion)
  • EU Directive 1996/82/EC (Seveso II)–EU Directive 2003/105/EC
  • EU Directive 1999/13/EC (Solvent Emissions Directive – VOC) – Directive 2004/42/EC
  • Regulation No. 842/2006 (on certain fluorinated greenhouse gases)
  • EU Directive 85/467/EEC Polychlorinated Biphenyls
  • EU Directive 2000/53/EC (ELV)
  • EU Directive 2002/95/EC (RoHS)
  • EU Directive 2002/96/EC (WEEE)
  • EU Directive 2005/32/EC (EuP)
  • EU Directive 2005/84/C (Phthalate Directive)
  • EU Proposed Directive COM2004(320)
  • CLP Regulation EC 1272/2008
  • REACH
    • Pre-registration
    • Registry of intentions
    • Proposed Candidate List SVHCs
    • The Candidate List of SVHCs
    • Annex XIV Prioritisations
    • Annex XIV – Authorization List
    • Annex XVII – Restrictions
    • Community Rolling Action Plan (CoRAP)
 
  • 1999 Canadian Environmental Protection Act (“CEPA 1999” ) The Canadian Chemical Challenge (CCC)
  • Clean Air Act (CAA)
    • Ozone-Depleting Substances Pro
    • US Air Toxics Regulations (NESHAP)
  • CERCLA/SARA/EPCRA
    • EPCRA, Section 302, EHS TPQ
    • EPCRA, Section 313 TRI
    • EPCRA, Section 304, EHS RQ
  • National Toxicology Program (NTP)–Report on Carcinogens (RoC)
  • National Waste Minimization Program–Priority Chemicals
  • TSCA Section 5(a) Significant New Use Rules (SNURs)
  • Persistent Organic Pollutants List (POP)
  • Severely restricted pesticides, Prior Informed Consent (PIC)
  • US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) –Chemicals of Concern (CoC)
  • US EPA 33/50 Program (EPA 17 materials)
  • NESHAP: Aerospace Manufacturing and Rework Facilities (60FR45948, 1 Sept 1995)
  • NESHAP: Defence Land Systems and Miscellaneous Equipment
  • California Green Chemistry Initiative
  • TSCA Section 5(b)(4) Chemicals of Concern
  • TSCA Section 6
  • US EPA Voluntary Phase out of Deca-bde
     
Asia legislation   Industry Standards / Predictive Lists
  • China RoHS
  • Chinese MEP Order 22
  • Korean WEEE and RoHS Regulations
  • Korean Priority Existing Chemicals requiring registration
  • Korean TCCA
  • Japanese Lists of Class I, II Specified Chemical Substances
  • Japanese Monitoring Chemcial Substances list
  • Japanese List of Priority Assessment Chemicals under CSCL
 
  • Global Automotive Declarable Substance List (GADSL)
  • Joint Industry Guide (JIG)
  • Substitute it Now (SIN) List 2.0
  • ASD-STAN TR9536 Declarable Substances List
  • Afsset
  • EPA List of Lists
  • Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs)
  • Rotterdam Convention
  • Montreal Protocol

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GRANTA MI:Restricted Substances

The Restricted Substances Data Module works as part of the integrated GRANTA MI:Restricted Substances solution to de-risk your materials and processes and enable design for compliance and fast product compliance analytics.