Substances & materials

Ensuring end-to-end traceability and availability of materials

Growing environmental concerns are translating into more stringent, constantly evolving standards and regulations on substances and materials. This is making sustainability compliance increasingly complex – particularly for global businesses.

From reputational damage to unforeseen costs, the new risks and threats associated with driving sustainability can have dramatic consequences.

Leading the way

Our risk assessment framework is designed to identify potential risk exposures throughout end-to-end business processes – including design, production, operations, maintenance, and recycling.

Our team of consultants develop sustainable risk mitigation plans in line with ISO 26000. This ensures that organisations and their supply chains maintain business practices that help sustain the balance of people, planet, and profit.

We monitor various environmental regulations at the substance level, such as the EU REACH, RoHS Directive, the EU Battery Regulation, and the EU Critical Raw Materials Act among others, and we provide a concise strategy to comply with them. We are a trusted partner for any industrial player looking to boost its business resilience while enhancing sustainability compliance.

Why Airbus Protect?

To ensure sustainability compliance across business operations, we focus on the following areas:

  • Protecting people inside and outside the company.
  • Avoiding environmental disasters.
  • Ensuring regulatory compliance.
  • Protecting reputations.
  • Enhancing sustainability ratings.
  • Fostering a culture of business and climate resilience.

Our offering

Our mission is to help organisations achieve their sustainability objectives. Our highly skilled consultants, experts, and trainers can help you manage and mitigate risk and enhance your compliance with sustainability standards. Our offering covers:

  • Proactive regulatory monitoring.
  • Establishing a solution for compliance with environmental regulations at the material and substance levels.
  • Assessing dependance on critical raw materials and mapping them in the supply chain.
  • Awareness and training on substance regulations and business impacts.
  • Obsolescence impact assessment and risk mitigation.
  • Substitution project management.

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