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The following steps are involved for RoHS certification.

1. Testing: Either on-site or XRF testing and/or lab phthalate solvent extraction testing is done to determine values of the ten restricted RoHS substances.

2. Process Audit: Inspect all applicable manufacturing processes used towards RoHS compliance on-site.

3. Documentation Review: Review the Bill of Materials, Technical File, assembly drawings, materials declarations, test reports, and conformance/compliance certificates from all suppliers.

The Technical File must contain the following:

  • General product description and design structure information
  • Risk assessment of materials, parts and subassemblies
  • Conformity information on materials, parts, and subassemblies
  • Manufacturing documentation and records
  • Harmonized standards, specifications, and conformity procedures


4. Certification Statement: After a successful audit, a RoHS Certificate of Compliance (also known as a Certificate of Conformity or Declaration of Conformity) is issued.

The European Directive on the Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS) holds electrical and electronic equipment companies directly responsible for the chemical compliance of their products.