Transitioning Conflict Minerals Inquiries to a Supplier Quality Metric
Complimentary Webinar, Thursday, June
8:00am-9:00am PDT (11:00am-12:00pm EDT, 4:00pm-5:00pm GMT)
The second year of Conflict Minerals RCOI due diligence is closed. Europe is adopting
a broader conflict minerals obligations that will apply to importers. Moreover, in the
near future the NAM v. SEC rehearing will likely result in the long awaited opinion
resolving the uncertainty associated with the United States conflict minerals rules.
This decision will of course arrive just as the undeterminable origin classification
under conflict minerals expires.
Conflict minerals is the latest variation of a new form of supply chain transparency
initiative that is fundamentally shifting the requirements to produce and manufacture
products in the global economy. In spite of the constant progression of regulatory
obligations, corporations have continued to act upon supplier transparency initiatives
as one off issues that are addressed as extraneous activities. However, conflict
minerals is positioned to change this reality, as the annual survey and corporate
filing requirements are forcing organizations to reconsider their respective approach
In this context, Foresite is very pleased to invite you to our forthcoming webinar
program where we will discuss the regulatory requirements and new approach to Supplier
Quality Management that is being driven by supplier transparency initiatives.
The topics for this session will include:
- Analysis of the D.C. Court’s decision and what remains legally binding; what is remanded under the First Amendment challenge.
- What is the European conflict minerals rules and how will your programs have to adapt?
- How could the product disclosure requirements alter your RCOI and your mandatory regulatory filings?
- Understanding the difference between a supplier level survey and a product level survey?
- What you Supplier Quality Management system should do to address supplier transparency?
- Best practices for establishing a sustainable, repeatable, compliance process.
Foresite have been working with major corporations on regulatory driven Supply Chain
compliance programs for nearly 20 years. Accordingly, we would like to share our
unique expertise and understanding of the obligations and interpretation of the impact
these changes will have on your inquiries.
Registering for the Webinar:
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