RoHS Certification

What is RoHS Certification in India?

Restriction of Hazardous Substance in the Medical Devices can be considered as a hazard for the use. In short, can be considered toxic for the Electrical and Electronic Equipments (EEE); restriction of Hazardous Substance called as RoHS, also defined as RoHS directive 2002/95/EC restrict the use of some hazardous substances in the devices, originated in a European Union. All the EEE products in the market must achieve RoHS Certification in India to sell safely its products in the market.

Who is responsible for RoHS Compliance?

Most manufacturers rely on many different constituents and vendors for the supply to be marketed to the general public. This means limiting RoHS compliance in certain Electronic and Electrical Equipment to one source can be tricky. The original equipment manufacturers (OEM) should be responsible for keeping track of changing requirements of the elements used to implement the product. The responsibility of ensuring RoHS compliance for the manufacturer means going back through the supply chain to track as far back as the raw materials providers to obtain the materials declarations and certificates of compliance that are needed to comply with RoHS Directives. This is already a complicated, time-consuming project but to avoid the task of getting matters worse, there are often different restrictions per region as per their legal authority – so what may be acceptable in some countries or states are not acceptable in others. Keeping on top of this constantly evolving and improving the list of requirements can be a daunting task.

Because of this OEMs often rely on their supply chain partners to supply reliable products – specifically distribution – to keep abreast of and communicate regulations that affect their customers in a particular country. This can often backfire, however, as distributors are not required to assure compliance but the producer or manufacturer do.

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What is the need for ROHS certification?

The restricted materials in the Electrical and Electronic Equipment are very harmful to the atmosphere, health and pollute landfills. These are dangerous in terms of exposure during disposal and manufacturing and even when comes with connecting with the electricity and can be proven dangerous to the life too. Selecting the best company that takes RoHS Certification seriously is mandatory that assures you about the ISO 9001 Certification to the RoHS compliant manufacturing facility.

Why should you choose for ROHS certification?

Here is a list of certain benefits that you can avail if you opt your RoHS Certification in India:

  • Aim to build a complete technical database that aims to fulfill RoHS directive requirements by avoiding or restricting the use of the usage of Hazard substances in the EEE.
  • Verify product reliability has been independently reviewed.
  • Offer the flexibility to use the product.
  • Focus on new initiatives and their reach.
  • Reduce the risk of being work overloaded for the team.
  • Provide a competitive advantage over your competitors.
  • Creating pressure to select the clean process to reduce the use of hazardous materials.

Main Documents required for RoHS

  • Copy of pan card
  • Copy of address proof
  • Passport size photograph of the applicant
  • Utility bill for address Proof (electricity bill)
  • Copy of sale deed in case of owned property and Rent agreement (in case if the property is rented)
  • For an organization, a certificate of incorporation and MOA & AOA is also required to be filled with other documents
  • Two copies of sales bill/purchase bill of the Product
  • Scope of activities for your business

Validity of RoHS Certification

The validity of RoHS Certification is of 3 years with annual Internal Audit and Re-Certification.


To make the RoHS Certification process simple and quick. Hiring a consultant will guide you and your business through the following steps to achieve RoHS Certification by providing.

  1. Gap Analysis Training
  2. Testing
  3. Documentation & Test Report
  4. Process Audit
  5. External Audit
  6. Certification and beyond

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