EU REACH Standard
Sennics' 6PPD, IPPD and 4-ADPA have obtained registration numbers from the European Chemicals Agency (ECHA), and officially passed the testing and verification of the REACH-designated third-party authority, indicating that all these products meet the quality requirements to be exported to the European markets.
Sennics has officially implemented the EU REACH Classification, Labelling, and Packaging (CLP) Regulation since December 1, 2010.
*REACH is the European Regulation on Registration, Evaluation, Authorization, and Restriction of Chemicals. It entered into force on June 1, 2007, to assess and manage the risks posed by all chemicals entering EU markets.
In July 2010, Sennics and its subsidiaries passed the ISO/TS16949 certification, and leveraged this quality management system to track, supervise, and manage the whole production process, to ensure product quality and meet customers' service requirements.
*ISO/TS16949 (hereinafter referred to as TS16949) refers to the Quality Management Systems—Particular requirements for the application of ISO9001:1994 for automotive production and relevant service part organizations. It is one of the technical regulations for the international auto industry, and focuses on the quality management system for suppliers in particular.
TPM 6S system
Sennics implements the TPM 6S system in its production course, and specifies the rights and responsibilities of each department in the 6S system. By carrying out long-term supervision, check, and effect evaluation, it improves production efficiency, ensures quality, creates a clean and orderly working environment, and guarantees safety by giving priority to prevention.
*TPM (Total Productive Maintenance) 6S system is an effective on-site management concept and method in modern plants. With developing an enterprise to continuously pursue the highest production efficiency as the goal, the system helps organize innovative team-based improvement activities with the participation of all personnel from corporate executives to frontline workers, and create a sound mechanism to prevent any loss in management and production processes, so as to minimize losses and maximize benefits.