Yordas launches regulatory monitoring system automotive industry

Yordas launches regulatory monitoring system for automotive industry

10:09 AM, 28th November 2018

LANCASTER, UK: Yordas Group has launched a global regulatory monitoring system on behalf of the European Automobile Manufacturers Association (ACEA).

The global regulatory monitoring system for chemical substances (GRMS2) is a regulatory radar for the automotive industry, providing key information on regulatory action being considered for the substances used within the sector.

The roll-out of the GRMS2 tool is scheduled to take place over a 3-year period.

The GRMS2 platform aims to inform companies in advance of new regulations, enabling the sector to make timely decisions regarding their regulatory compliance.

The system is built around the comprehensive data that powers Yordas Hive, an internationally renowned regulatory compliance and chemicals management system.

GRMS2 contains hundreds of Fact Sheets scripted by experts at Yordas. These Fact Sheets provide key information on new and existing global laws impacting the automotive industry, including how they impact on manufacture, import, and the after-sales of both articles and process chemicals.

Updates to the legislation and the relevant chemicals are tracked on a daily basis through Yordas Hive, which contains over 260,000 substances and more than 1,000 regulatory lists. This data is then utilized in GRMS2 to trigger any necessary updates to the impact assessment by Yordas and warn users of upcoming changes.

The roll-out of the GRMS2 tool is scheduled to take place over a 3-year period, with new Fact Sheets being added continuously during that time.

“This unique tool has been made possible with the vision of ACEA and the expertise of Yordas, and will provide companies in the automotive industry with the vital information they need to manage the impact of chemicals regulations on their business,” said Dr Sandra Meijer, Yordas’ project director for GRMS2.

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