The Effect of Chemical Regulations on the Aerospace and Defence Industries
The motivation for this research stems from the author working within the Aerospace and Defence (AD) sector for nearly 19 years. It was during the development phase of IPC-1754 data exchange standard, the author, came to the firm belief, that whilst AD supply chain actors would begin to share data in a harmonised format via the IPC-1754 data exchange standard, there was a clear lack of understanding amongst several AD supply chain actors on how to collate, analyse, assess, and report internal data in a consistent manner.
The main aim of this research is: To develop a conceptual framework enabling identification of articles (products) potentially at risk from chemical regulations supporting decision making processes for AD organisations.
|Chemical regulations, Aerospace, Defence, AD-DSL, IPC-1754, AD, Chemicals on finished products, Process chemicals, EU REACH, EU RoHS, EU CLP, EU BPR, EU WFD, EU SCIP
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|15 Jun 2022
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