On Nov. 29, the U.S. Commercial Service, a part of the International Trade Administration that promotes U.S. exports, is hosting a webinar to discuss the EU’s Registration, Evaluation, Authorisation and Restriction of Chemicals (REACH) Regulation to ensure that U.S.-based aerospace firms are REACH compliant.
The regulation is gaining additional attention because of the European Chemicals Agency’s move to reexamine certain chemicals used by the aviation industry. Some worry that additional regulation will make it difficult for companies to market products using current methods.
February 01, 2023 | Categories:
, ARSA News & Updates
The Dispatch – ARSA’s open-subscription weekly newsletter – provides a central communication for key updates to the global aviation maintenance community. All member contacts, industry allies and subscribers should receive…Read More
In January, the FAA issued its long awaited notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) that would update and expand the requirements for safety management systems. Despite the proposal’s (thankful) omission of…Read More
On Jan. 31, ARSA coordinated submission of a letter to FAA and EASA executives seeking to correct misinterpretation of aircraft parts documentation requirements under the U.S./EU bilateral aviation safety agreement…Read More
March 14-17, 2023
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Thank you to the 19 organizations that have…Read More
On Jan. 11, the FAA issued a long-awaited notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) that would update and expand the requirements for safety management systems. The proposal’s applicability does not include…Read More