This standard applies to the aerospace and defense industries and their supply chains.
Declarable Substances Standards Family
SAE has published three documents on the subject of Declarable Substances for the Aerospace Industry. This family of documents is designed to:
- Assist aerospace and defense industry experts in making product and process decisions to support regulatory compliance.
- mitigate business risks such as supply chain disruption.
Substance Declaration Standard - provides for a consistent approach to collection of chemicals throughout the supply chain. Among other things this document provides instructions for filling out the related Substance Declaration Form as well as a representation of some parts of the Form.
The Declarable Substances Recommended Practice - Provides a Declarable Substances Chemical List including, a glossary of chemical family identifier abbreviations, chemical family names, CAS number, and EU Index number for associated chemicals.
Substance Declaration Form (format: excel spreadsheet)
The Declarable Substances Form is designed to provide information about the composition of items supplied to aerospace manufacturers. This tool should be used by OEs and Prime Suppliers to request declarable substance information from your supply chain.
For ordering information contact:
SAE Customer Sales at 1-888-875-3976 (U.S. and Canada) 724-772-4086 (outside U.S. and Canada)
|Pricing for Substance Declaration Form|
|Single user (without distribution to suppliers)||$250|
|For customers with distribution to 2-100 suppliers||$1,000|
|For customers with distribution to 101-1,000 suppliers||$5,000|
|For customers with distribution to 1,001-10,000 suppliers||$10,000|
|For customers with distribution to over 10,000 suppliers||$15,000|
This standard is being developed to address, in a consistent way, the collection of information on chemicals throughout the supply chain. This information is key for compliance with numerous regulatory requirements as well as to meet customer and other stakeholders' expectations and obligations. This standard will consist of two components; (1) declaration form and (2) instructions for completing the declaration form. A standard format will ensure consistency, will eliminate duplication of reporting, and will facilitate mechanization of data on component chemistry. This standard facilitates reporting either against a substances list or full disclosure of chemical composition.