Conflict minerals

From the beginning, Claigan has been the world leader in conflict minerals compliance; meeting with the SEC experts and SEC commissioners to help form the final rule for Section 1502 of Dodd-Frank. Claigan has testified to Congress on Conflict Minerals, and our work on how to comply, in a practical sense, is quoted by the SEC in the final rule.

Claigan continues to be at the forefront of Conflict Minerals compliance, specializing in supplier data gathering, reasonable country of origin inquiries, smelter due diligence, and SEC conflict minerals filings.

legislative UPDATES

As the leader in restricted materials compliance, hundreds of companies rely on Claigan for restricted materials compliance, legislative updates, and risk assessment.

Our most popular consulting services are monthly and quarterly update programs where Claigan explains to customers and stakeholders the changes in global restricted materials compliance, how it impacts businesses, and how to comply.


Under UFLPA, U.S. Customs and Border Protection can stop and hold your products if they believe the materials originated from Xinjiang province. To release your products from customs, you need to show due diligence that your products did not benefit from forced labour.

Claigan’s approach to due diligence is proactive and follows the U.S. Customs and Border Protection Operational Guidance for Importers. Claigan’s process is a step wise approach to assessing the risk of each supplier and related due diligence requirements. From that risk assessment and due diligence, Claigan produces an evidence package for each supplier that can be provided to US Customs and Border Protection, or as reference to inquiring customers.

European compliance

RoHS, REACH SVHC, REACH Restriction, MDR, POP, WEEE, EU Packaging


Proposition 65, Canadian Prohibition, TSCA, US Packaging, FDA Latex, Health Canada

asia PACIFIC compliance

China RoHS, Australia Asbestos, UAE RoHS, KSA RoHS