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Pioneers in the industry, we offer wpc-eta approval for headphones, india reach bis registration and agmark from India.

WPC-ETA Approval for Headphones

WPC-ETA Approval for Headphones
  • WPC-ETA Approval for Headphones
  • WPC-ETA Approval for Headphones
  • WPC-ETA Approval for Headphones
  • WPC-ETA Approval for Headphones
  • WPC-ETA Approval for Headphones
  • WPC-ETA Approval for Headphones
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Approx. Price: Rs 10,000 / UnitGet Latest Price
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Service Details:

Minimum Order Quantity1 Unit
Type Of Service ContractOne-Time
LocationNew Delhi
Type Of Service ProviderConsulting Firm
Type Of IndustryIT and Consulting
Service Charges20000
Certification Provided with in25 working days
Document RequiredN/A

WPC-ETA Approval is mandatory for all the Wireless Headphones.

The manufacuters or importers of Wireless-Headphones are required to get their products tested and approved.

Aleph INDIA QMS provides the product certification services within time and pocket friendly service charges with its expert team members.Therefore feel free to contact us to get your WPC Approval for Headphone.
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  • Item Code: WPC-ETA-Approval
  • Production Capacity: 1 Approval
  • Delivery Time: 6-7 Days
  • Packaging Details: N/A
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India Reach Bis Registration

India Reach Bis Registration
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Approx. Price: Rs 50,000 / UnitGet Latest Price

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Certifications ProvidedISO 9001
Document verification ModeOnline
Training Courses (if applicable)Internal Auditor Training
Services offeredConsultancy
Type of CertificationNew Certification
Mode of ReportSoft Copy

INTRODUCTION

INDIA REACH is the country’s national chemical law which is referred to as the “Chemical (Management & Safety)” Rules. The Indian government has recently circulated Draft – Chemical (Management and Safety) Rules, “India- REACH” (or ICMS Rules or CMS Rules) which will replace existing Manufacture, Storage and Import of Hazardous Chemicals (MSIHC) Rules 1989 and Chemical Accidents (Emergency Planning, Preparedness, and Response) (CAEPPR) Rules 1996. These rules are framed in exercise of the powers conferred by Sections 3, 6, and 25 of the Environment (Protection) Act, 1986 (29 of 1986).

EXPECTED IMPLEMENTATION DURING 2021-22

INDIA REACH COMPLIANCE

India REACH regulation shall be applicable once it enters into force on the following;

  • Indian Manufacturers
  • Indian Importers
  • Authorized Indian Representative–Indian representative appointed by overseas Manufacturers

Foreign Manufacturers/companies can appoint an Authorized Representative in India to represent their case and comply with the regulations and registrations purposes. ALEPH INDIA is the best choice for Foreign Manufacturers, provides the best regulatory compliance services. Our conformity assessment vertical will fulfill all your certification needs with full assurance of a complete registration process and hustle free procedures.

BASIC REQUIREMENTSA. NOTIFICATION AND ANNUAL REPORTING
  • Notification - All existing and new substance, priority, and hazardous substances in quantity greater than 1 tonne per year need to be notified to the authority. It also requires a safety data sheet/SDS and other information listed as per norms.

    A notification number is issued along with a notification certificate after successful submission.

  • Annual Reporting- All notified substances notifiers must update the information submitted annually. Such update shall include information regarding the actual quantities of substances placed in the previous calendar year and any change or addition in the information submitted at the time of notification no later than 60 days.

    An authority fee applies to both Notification and annual reporting.

B. REGISTRATION

It is required for 750 Substances listed in Schedule II (schedule II as a priority - substances) if used in quantities greater than 1 tonne per year. More substances will be added later on after notification. Registration may also be required for the substance in quantities lower than 1 tonne per year. The timeline to register is 1.5 years from the date of inclusion of the substance in schedule II.

Registration requires submission of the technical dossier and chemical safety report (CSR), including exposure scenario (ES) similar to EU REACH. Information required is as per schedule VII and requires test reports from NABL (National Accreditation Board for Testing and Calibration Laboratories located near New Delhi) or GLP Certified lab. To avoid repeated testing, the existing test data must be considered prior to requiring new testing.

  • Joint Registration: Also, there is the provision of Joint registration, and any entity may come to an arrangement with other entities of the same substance and jointly register such substance, provided, however, that such joint registration shall be in compliance with all such obligations applicable to an individual registration under these Rules.
  • ransported Intermediate Registration: All intermediate which is also substances listed in Schedule II, requires registration. Quantities below 1000 tpa require only physical and chemical properties in the Technical Dossier, whereas quantities above 1000 tpa require Technical Dossier (information as per Schedule VII) and the chemical safety report.
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Agmark

Agmark
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Approx. Price: Rs 1 Lakh / UnitGet Latest Price

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Type Of Service ProviderConsulting Firm
Service Charges100000
Type Of IndustryIT and Consulting

AGMARK : Agriculture is the most important sector of every nation and is considered the backbone of the economy. Agriculture provides employment to approx. 60% of the population of the country and contributes to the economic development of the nation. Agriculture has endless uses like one of the best uses is that cultivation done in the area of trees helps in protecting the environment. Humanity has progressed significantly, but agriculture has remained vital since its inception.

“No agriculture, no life”. Agriculture is a science and art of life preservation; it is the only means to provide the basic requirement for food. However, this area is not free from corruption; in order to make more money, business people have begun to introduce contaminants to foods. To avoid these scams and protect Indian consumers, the Indian Legislature passed an act known as “Agriculture Produce (Grading and Marking) Act in 1937. Agriculture and marketing advisory suggested this certification to the Government of India to protect the local growers from undue exploitations and also want to protect the consumer from being cheated.

AGMARK is a combination of two words AG+MARK; AG stands for Agriculture, and MARK stands for certification, so AGMARK is an Agriculture Mark. AGMARK is the certification mark used in India to ensure the quality of agriculture products. AGMARK Certification is also known as the AGMARK GRADING. It is the government trademark, and the Directorate of Marketing and Inspection (DMI) is the issuing authority of the Licence. AGMARK is a third-party assurance system for agricultural products produced and consumed in India.

Agricultural goods are covered under various grades such as ordinary, fair, good, special etc., and these grades are also known as the AGMARK standards. In AGMARK grading, agriculture products are categorized in terms of chemical composition or quality. It covers approx. 222 agriculture products like vegetable oil, pulses, cereals, semi-processed goods etc.

Except for edible vegetable oils and fat spread, which are required by FSSAI Regulations, 2006, AGMARK certification is voluntary. If anyone meets the specifications, They can go for AGMARK.

PROCESS OF AGMARK REGISTRATION
  1. Documentation: The appropriate documentation, as well as the stipulated application fee, must be appended and contained with the application form, depending on the type of commodity for which the application is being made. The registration will vary depending on numerous independent variable elements listed in the forms and annexure, such as grading fees, processing fees, and so on.

  2. Verification: Applicant must have proper infrastructure for carrying the process of the products and must also have access to the recognized grading laboratory or have own laboratory. Only if these prerequisites are met, a person can apply to the DMI office for a Certificate of Authorization, which will be provided once the verification process is completed. It takes 30-40 days for verification to be completed.

  3. End Product Analysis: Before putting the product in containers, an authorized chemist will conduct a raw material and end product analysis.

  4. Grant of Licence: The DMI's field officers will conduct regular inspections on the commodity graded and certified by comparing samples from the packer's premises to those in the market.
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