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Annex of AE-01-0001: Environment Related Chemical Substances Control Guideline 1/15 Environment Promotion Department, Quality & Environment Division Annex of AE-01-0001: Environment Related Chemical Substances Control Guideline 2/15 1. Purpose
The purpose of this guideline is to clarify the classification of environment related chemical substances contained in parts, materials, sub-materials or packing materials which constitute Mitsumi electrical products (hereinafter referred to as Mitsumi products) into substances whose use is to be prohibited, substances to be reduced, and substances to be controlled and their control standard values, to make them known to suppliers of parts, materials or packing materials to ask for their positive efforts to meet the standard values, and to promote the corporate activities without placing load to the environment. This guideline shall apply to the following items which constitute Mitsumi products: ・ Parts (electrical parts, mechanical parts, ICs, printed boards, plated parts, molded parts, etc.) ・ Materials (steel materials, plastics, solder, electric cables, etc.) ・ Sub-materials (adhesives, ink, etc.) ・ Packing materials (corrugated cardboard, plastic trays, poly bags, etc.) However, packing materials for which the Mitsumi Electric Group (hereinafter referred to as the Mitsumi Group) notified in advance of exceptions of application shall be excluded. 3. Operation
This guideline is based on the regulations of various countries. Suppliers shall be requested to abide by this guideline. If any change is made to national laws or regulations, industry standards or other requirements of related countries, we may ask you to deal with the change on an individual basis. If any supplier disagree with this guideline, we will decide what to do after due consultations. 4. Requests to suppliers
To promote prohibition, reduction and control of environment related chemical substances to prevent load to the environment, we need your understanding and cooperation. Specifically, we ask you to fulfill the following requirements: 1) Selection and inspection of parts, materials, sub-materials and packing materials to be newly purchased by Mitsumi Group ・ We ask suppliers to submit the materials listed below when selection and inspection of parts, materials, sub-materials and packing materials to be newly purchased by the related Business Division or Overseas Factory of the Mitsumi Group are made. (1) Investigation Sheet for Chemical Substances Contained in Products (JAMA/JAPIA Standard Material Datasheet) On the JAMA sheet, write all chemical substances contained in products. In particular, the Substances of Very High Concern (SVHC) under the REACH Regulation and the chemical substances specified in the "Environment Related Chemical Substances List" in Section 6 of this guideline must be written. If it's difficult to use the JAMA sheet for submission, consult the related Business Division or Overseas Factory. (2) Certificate of not using environment related chemical substances (3) Collating table for analysis data (This is a table used for correlating the JAMA sheet with the (4) Analysis data (Precise data or simple X-ray fluorescence analysis data) Annex of AE-01-0001: Environment Related Chemical Substances Control Guideline 3/15 ・ Submit analysis data of all regions of all parts for the 6 banned substances by the RoHS Directive. For data of plating, refer to Section 8) in Definition of Terms and the drawing below as an example. Example of decomposition of homogenous material (semiconductor lead terminal) Finishing plating (gold plating, etc.)Primary plating For a semiconductor lead terminal, the base material, primary plating and finishing plating are not regarded as homogenous material. Therefore, submit data for individual regions. (ⅰ) For cadmium and lead contained in plastic, submission of ICP data or AAS data is made (ⅱ) For substances other than those in the above (ⅰ), submit precise analysis data in principle. If agreement is reached between the supplier and the Division concerned, simple X-ray fluorescence analysis data is acceptable. (ⅲ) For precise analysis data, data analyzed by a third-party analysis institution or an internal laboratory is valid. In addition, by Mitsumi Group's customer request, data from an ISO17025-accredited institution may be required. In that case, submit analysis data according to the requirement. (ⅳ) Describe the pretreatment method for precise analysis data. (ⅴ) Analysis data, Material composition information and MSDS & MSDSplus shall be valid till any change is made. If Mitsumi Group customer makes a specific request about the term of validity, submit data according to the request. If a term of validity is determined, the term of validity of the analysis data shall start on the analysis date (the first analysis day in the case where analysis was conducted over two or more days.), and the term of validity of the Material composition information and MSDS & MSDSplus shall start on the date of issue to Mitsumi Group (or the receiving date close to the issue date). When newly making arrangements about a delivery specification of a product, specify in the delivery specification that any of the prohibited substances (Class AA) and prohibited substances for certain products (Class A) specified in Section 6 of this guideline are not used in the product. [Entry example of delivery specification] None of the prohibited substances and the prohibited substances for certain products specified in the Annex "Environment Related Chemical Substances Control Guideline" of the Environment Related Chemical Substances Control Standard (AE-01-0001) by Mitsumi Electric Co., Ltd. is contained nor used. Annex of AE-01-0001: Environment Related Chemical Substances Control Guideline 4/15 5. Definition of Terms
1) Environment related chemical substances Substances, among chemical substances contained in parts, materials, sub-materials or packing materials, which have effects on human body or global environment and which are specified by Mitsumi Group. Substances, among the environment related chemical substances, which are not be contained in any part and material used for Mitsumi products, intentionally or beyond threshold values, according to legal regulations, customer request for limit of use or guidance of industrial organizations. (Excluding exceptions from application) 3) Substances whose use is be prohibited for certain products (Class A) Substances, among the environment related chemical substances, which are not to be contained in any part and material used for certain products of Mitsumi products, intentionally or beyond threshold values, according to customer request for limit of use. (Excluding exceptions from application) 4) Substances which are to be totally eliminated as soon as possible (Class B) Substances, among the environment related chemical substances, whose total elimination from parts and materials is to be promoted according to laws or regulations or customer request. 5) Substances which are to be controlled (Class C) Substances, among the environment related chemical substances, whose content is to be checked and controlled by Mitsumi Group. (Including the Substances of Very High Concern under REACH) To intentionally use a substance regardless of its content to make a product or part for the purpose of providing certain characteristics, appearance or quality. Matters contained in natural materials which cannot be removed completely by the existing technologies in the refining process or matters which generate in the process of chemical synthetic reaction and which cannot be removed completely by the existing technologies. In a part, unit which is composed of homogeneous material. Unit which cannot be mechanically decomposed into materials (Note 1) Plating and basis material are not homogeneous. Therefore, they are regarded as individual regions. (Note 2) When plating is composed of primary plating and finishing plating, the primary plating and the finishing plating are not homogeneous. Therefore, they are regarded as individual regions. In this guideline, plastics refer to high molecular compounds which are chemically synthesized and materials that can be molded easily by heating or applying pressure. Plastics are also called synthetic resins. Thermoplastic elastomer (a group of materials having plastic structures and rubber elasticity, synthetic rubber), rubber, fiber, leather, paint, ink, adhesive and composite materials are also included. 11) JAMA/JAPIA Standard Material Datasheet JAMA/JAPIA Standard Material Datasheet (hereinafter referred to as JAMA sheet) is the datasheet for investigation of compositions standardized under agreement between JAMA (Japan Automobile Manufacturers' Association) and JAPIA (Japan Auto Parts Industries Association). Mitsumi Group adopts the JAMA sheet for investigation of compositions of parts, materials, sub-materials and packing materials which are delivered by suppliers. Annex of AE-01-0001: Environment Related Chemical Substances Control Guideline 5/15 6. Environment Related Chemical Substances List
Substances whose use is prohibited by related regulations or judged as improper by the Mitsumi Group. For materials, parts, etc. delivered to Mitsumi Group, ensure that the regulation values are met. Mitsumi Group control values (precise analysis) are also indicated in the list. Immediately inform Mitsumi Group of any substance that is contained or may be contained in an amount beyond the Mitsumi Group control value and conduct consultation with Mitsumi Group. Annex of AE-01-0001: Environment Related Chemical Substances Control Guideline 6/15 Annex of AE-01-0001: Environment Related Chemical Substances Control Guideline 7/15 Annex of AE-01-0001: Environment Related Chemical Substances Control Guideline 8/15 (*1) Substances shall be controlled under the values indicated by ppm. When “Prohibition of intentional use” and numerical value shown in “Regulation value”, both of them shall be satisfied. (*2) For packing materials, the allowable concentration of impurities of heavy metals such as mercury, cadmium, hexavalent chromium and lead shall be less than 100 ppm in total. The allowable concentration of cadmium in a plastic region shall be less than 5 ppm. (*3) Analysis of cadmium, lead and mercury ・ ICP Emission Spectrochemical Analysis method (ICP-AES) shall be the standard, and the ICP-MS method or the atomic absorption analysis method may be used. ・ The following pretreatment methods for specimens shall be the standards: Wet decomposition under the presence of sulfuric acid (according to BS EN1122:2001 "Plastics-Determination of cadmium-Wet decomposition method") shall be used. Any method by which it can be ensured that the detection limit of cadmium contained in a product is less than 5 ppm may be used. For example, incineration under the presence of sulfuric acid or pressurized acid decomposition (microwave method) in a closed container. Any method by which it can be ensured that the detection limit of cadmium contained in a product is less than 5 ppm may be used. For example, "Wet decomposition under the presence of mixed acid of sulfuric acid and nitric acid" or "Microwave decomposition (MW method) with sulfuric acid, hydrochloric acid or mixed acid". Complete dissolution by wet decomposition with sulfuric acid, nitric acid and hydrogen peroxide solution shall be used. Any other method by which it can be ensured that the detection limit of lead is less than 30 ppm and that lead can be completely dissolved may be used. Pressurized acid decomposition (microwave method) under nitric acid/hydrochloric acid shall be used. (4) As a pretreatment method of cadmium, lead and mercury, the method specified in IEC62321 may ・ Ultraviolet-visible spectroscopy (UV-Vis Analysis) shall be the standard. ・ The pretreatment method for specimens shall be the Hot Water Extraction (JIS) as the standard. Alkaline Extraction (EPA) is also recommended. Unless otherwise specified by Mitsumi Group, however, the above standard pretreatment method shall be used as a high priority when the pretreatment is outsourced to an outside analysis institution. ・ Analysis data obtained through the qualitative analysis (colorimetry) by Spot test and Boiling Water Extraction described in IEC62321 Annex shall not be valid. If Hot Water Extraction-Diphenylcarbazide absorptiometry or Boiling Water Extraction-Diphenylcarbazide absorptiometry are mentioned in the analysis data to clarify the use of absorptiometry for the quantitative analysis, the analysis data shall be judged as valid. Analysis data by digital pack test is also acceptable on condition that it is used for quantitative analysis. (*5) Analysis of PBB and PBDE in plastic ・ The GC/MS method (gas chromatography mass spectrometry) shall be the standard. ・ For the pretreatment method for specimens, Dissolution and Reprecipitation (thermoplastic resin) or High-Speed Solvent Extraction (thermohardening resin) is recommended. Unless otherwise specified by Mitsumi Group, however, the above standard pretreatment method shall be used as a high priority when the pretreatment is outsourced to an outside analysis institution. ・ As a pretreatment method, the method specified in IEC62321 may be used. Annex of AE-01-0001: Environment Related Chemical Substances Control Guideline 9/15 22 3,3-dimethyl-4,4-diaminodiphenylmethane 2) Substances whose use is be prohibited for certain products (Class A) Substances, among the environment related chemical substances, which are not to be contained in any part and material used for certain products of Mitsumi products, intentionally or beyond threshold values, according to customer request for limit of use. Ensure that for the substances whose use is to be prohibited specified in the Certificate of not using environment related chemical substances which the related Business Division of Mitsumi Group requests you to submit, the regulation values are met. Ask to charge about the latest information of PAHs Regulation.
Annex of AE-01-0001: Environment Related Chemical Substances Control Guideline 10/15 (*1) Substances shall be controlled under the values indicated by ppm. When “Prohibition of intentional use” and numerical value shown in “Regulation value”, both of them shall be satisfied. (*2) Details of chlorinated hydrocarbons Dichloromethane (also known as methylene chloride) (*4) PAHs (Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons) (*5) Ask to charge about the latest information of substances which are the target of regulation. Annex of AE-01-0001: Environment Related Chemical Substances Control Guideline 11/15 3) Substances which are to be totally eliminated as soon as possible (Class B) Substances whose contents are to be made early clean sweep until below prohibition use date based on related regulation are promoted by Mitsumi Group. (*1) We may be regulated as substances whose use is to be prohibited for certain products (Class A) depending on use. Be careful that is high priority managed as Class A in this case. Please ask to charge about details. 4) Substances to be controlled (Class C) Substances whose contents are to be checked and whose proper control are promoted by Mitsumi Group. Submit information about accurate contents. The Substances of Very High Concern (SVHC) specified by REACH are included. (The substances in Class AA and Class A and Class B are included.) 15 Anthracene oil, anthracene paste, 91995-15-2 Annex of AE-01-0001: Environment Related Chemical Substances Control Guideline 12/15 17 Anthracene oil, anthracene paste, distn. 91995-17-4 20 Zirconia Aluminosilicate, Refractory - 24 Lead chromate molybdate sulphate red 12656-85-8 25 Lead sulfochromate yellow (C.I. Pigment 1344-37-2 di-C7-11-branched and linear alkyl esters (*1) Substances shall be controlled under the values indicated by ppm. (*2) SVHC from REACH Regulation published at this list are considered at this guideline issued date. The new additional SVHC will be categorized Class C in principle in the future. Please build up rule of SVHC including information giving immediately for the new additional SVHC. Annex of AE-01-0001: Environment Related Chemical Substances Control Guideline 13/15 7. Enactment and Revision/Abolishment
Decision through deliberation on matters in regard to this guideline shall be made by the "Companywide Chemical Substances Control Committee" (hereinafter referred to as Chemical Substances Control Committee), which consists of the representatives of Divisions and Business Divisions. Matters decided through deliberations shall be approved by the general manager of the Quality & Environment Division. If the necessity to revise or abolish this guideline arises, the Chemical Substances Control Committee shall make deliberations and a decision on revision or abolishment. 8. Inquiry about this guideline
For individual inquiries, contact the Division of Mitsumi Group which requested the Investigation. For general inquiries, contact the following person in charge: Mitsumi Electric Co., Ltd. Quality & Environment Division TEL: 042-310-5072 (main) FAX: 042-310-5082 Section Manager: Junichi Watanabe, E-mail: [email protected] This was separated from the Environment Related Chemical Substances Control Standard (AE-01-001) and established as the Environment Related Chemical Substances Control Guideline. The provisionary description for Packing materials in the However, packing materials which are to be collected by suppliers and to be disposed of by the Mitsumi Electric Group (hereinafter referred to as Mitsui Group) shall be excluded. -> However, packing materials for which the Mitsumi Electric Group (hereinafter referred to as Mitsumi Group) notified in advance of exceptions of application shall The numbering style at the line head was changed. As the analysis data for cadmium and lead contained in Environment Related Chemical Substances List, Prohibited Indication of names of laws was added. EU REACH Indication of names of laws was changed. EU Directive (76/769/EEC) -> EU REACH Regulation (1907/2006/EC) Indication of names of laws was added. EU REACH Indication of names of laws was changed. EU Directive (76/769/EEC+(2002/45/EC)) -> Law Concerning the Examination and Regulation of Manufacture, etc. of Chemical Substances, EU REACH Regulation Object to be controlled was changed. All uses other than uses specified as exceptions from application. -> Use in the manufacturing process such as washing is also prohibited. < Exceptions from application > was deleted. Indication of names of laws was changed. EU Directive (76/769/EEC) -> EU REACH Regulation (1907/2006/EC) Annex of AE-01-0001: Environment Related Chemical Substances Control Guideline 14/15 Chemical substance name was changed. Organotin compounds (tributyltins, triphenyltins) -> Trisubstituted organotin compounds (tributyltin (TBT) compounds and Indication of names of laws was changed. EU Directive (76/769/EEC) -> EU REACH Regulation (1907/2006/EC) Chemical substance name was changed. Azo compounds; azo dye, pigment (colorant) -> Some azo dye and pigments (colorants) that produce specified amines.(*6) Indication of names of laws was changed. EU Directive (76/769/EEC) -> EU REACH Regulation (1907/2006/EC) Indication of names of laws was changed. EU Directive (76/769/EEC+(94/27/EC)) -> EU REACH Regulation Indication of names of laws was changed. EU Directive (76/769/EEC+(89/677/EC)) -> EU REACH Regulation Chemical substance name was changed. PFOS and its salts -> Perfluorooctane sulfonates (PFOS) and its salts Indication of names of laws was changed. EU Directive (76/769/EEC) -> Law Concerning the Examination and Regulation of Manufacture, etc. of Chemical Substances, EU REACH Regulation (1907/2006/EC) AnnexⅩⅦ Prohibited substances were added. Dimethyl fumarate Prohibited substances were added. Dibutyltin (DBT) A list of specified amine compounds was added. Environment Related Chemical Substances List, Substances whose use is be prohibited for certain products (Class A) Indication of names of laws was changed. EU Directive ((76/76/EEC)+(2005/84/EC)) -> EU REACH Regulation Indication of names of laws was added. American Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA), Japan Regulation value was changed. “In metal with plating; 300 ppm” was deleted. “Outer parts except coating materials: Substances whose use is be prohibited for certain products Substances whose use is be prohibited for certain products Environment Related Chemical Substances List, Substances 23 substances to the REACH SVHC Candidate List Environment Related Chemical Substances List, Prohibited Regulation value was changed. “and” was deleted. Regulation value and Mitsumi Group control value were changed. Prohibition of intentional use -> Prohibition of intentional use, 1,000 ppm of tin components Regulation value and Mitsumi Group control value were corrected. Prohibition of intentional use and 1,000 ppm -> Dioctyltin (DOT) compounds was deleted from section No.26 Regulation value and Mitsumi Group control value were changed. 1,000 ppm of tin components in a product -> 1,000 Dioctyltin (DOT) compounds was transferred section No.26 Note (*1) was changed. “When “Prohibition of intentional use” and numerical value shown in “Regulation value”, both of them shall be satisfied.” was added. Annex of AE-01-0001: Environment Related Chemical Substances Control Guideline 15/15 Substances whose use is be prohibited for certain products Bis phthalate (2-ethylhexyl) (DEHP (DOP)) -> Bis (2-ethylhexyl) phthalate (DEHP) Object to be controlled was changed. “Objects used as plasticizers for polyvinyl chloride (PVC), etc.” and “Objects used as plasticizers for polyvinyl chloride (PVC), etc. which may be put into mouth” were deleted. -> “All uses including plasticizer for cable, cord (including plug, connector), leather film, etc, additive for paint, adhesive, etc.” was added. Regulation value was changed. “Prohibition of intentional Remarks, Major reference regulations was changed. “Ask to charge about the latest information of PAHs Regulation.” was Note (*1) was changed. “When “Prohibition of intentional use” and numerical value shown in “Regulation value”, both of them shall be satisfied.” was added. Substances which are to be totally eliminated as soon as Explanation sentence was changed. “At present, there is no chemical substance in this class.” -> “Substances whose contents are to be made early clean sweep until below prohibition use date based on related regulation are 6 substances of REACH Annex X IV were added. 1 substance of Mitsumi Group self-restriction was added. Explanation sentence was changed. “and Class B” was -> 5-tert-butyl-2,4,6-trinitro-m-xylene (musk xylene) Hexabromocyclododecane -> Hexabromocyclododecane (HBCDD) and all major diastereoisomers identified: Diisobutyl phthalate (DIBP) -> Diisobutyl phthalate 15 substances to the REACH SVHC Candidate List 1 substance of Mitsumi Group self-restriction was added. “Mitsumi Group Detailed Environment Related Chemical Substances List” was deleted.

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