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Meet the IMDS Conference Speakers

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You can still register for the 2019 IMDS & Product Chemical Compliance Conference on October 16–17 at a NEW location: The Mint at Michigan First Conference Center in Lathrup Village, Michigan.

Beyond ELV: The Expanding Requirements for Compliance Reporting will focus on what you need to know to meet upcoming and ever-changing requirements. Attending this conference will help you be more insightful on reporting requirements and regulations that are impacting your day-to-day business.

Don’t Miss These Speakers

  • Top 10 Reasons You’ve Been at IMDS Too Long. Christopher Harden, SoC manager at DENSO International America, Inc, is back! Chris has more than 19 years of experience in the environmental compliance field and has focused on product based environmental compliance and management system development since 2001 and has provided training to thousands of individuals on product based environmental compliance and reporting through systems such as the International Material Data System.
  • REACH and EUPOP & SIAP Updates. Timo Unger, manager, environment affairs at Hyundai Motor Europe Technical Center GmbH, has worked in the automotive industry for more than 20 years and has been at the European R&D Center of Hyundai & Kia Motor Company since 2005. He has represented Hyundai in numerous industry working groups including the IMDS Steering Committee. He chairs the Automotive Industry Task Force on REACH and the ACEA Working Group on Materials & Substances of ACEA and is a member of the UN Environment Programme Steering Group on Chemicals in Products (CiP).
  • Heavy Equipment Requirements. John Wagner, director, Materials Management Association of Equipment Manufacturers, has 25+ years in the equipment industry. He currently leads AEM’s efforts in regard to global environmental regulatory issues. Under his leadership and with the input of AEM member organizations AEM has developed the tools, processes and training to address Regulations including, but not limited to, EU REACH, RoHS, and Conflict Minerals.
  • Polymer Reporting in IMDS. Paul J. DiAntonio, regulatory consultant at E.I. DuPont De Nemours & Company Inc., has been working in product stewardship and regulatory roles since 2006 across DuPont’s elastomer and polymer business. He manages regulatory compliance issues and coordinates global activities for the DuPont Performance Polymers business in North America and represents DuPont on the Americas Technical Team for GADSL (ACC).

More Highlights

You’ll also hear the latest on GDPR reporting challenges, Brazillian RoHs, the Waste Frame Directive, ELV in Asia Pacific; recycling, aftermarket challenges, responsible minerals, and of course, IMDS. The always-popular OEM/Supplier Panel will discuss data quality requirements, and we will hear an update from the IMDS Steering Committee and the OHCL Work Group.

To register, view the agenda, and meet the speakers, click here.