The Effect of Chemical Regulations on the Aerospace and Defence Industries
|Qualification name||PhD (Traditional)|
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.
|Keywords||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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|Deposited||15 Jun 2022|
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