Business Compliance and Integrity

We are complying with section 1502 of the Dodd Frank Act , which is also known as the Conflict Mineral Rule. This requires companies to disclose whether their products contain gold, tin, tantalum or tungsten, regardless of where they were sourced. We are committed to conform with this directive, as it aims to stop funding violent conflict in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) and various surrounding countries. U-Reach Data Solutions Inc will not purchase conflict area materials and only select suppliers who comply with this regulation as well. Additionally, they will have to prove their commitment. U-Reach Data Solutions Inc will attempt everything under our power to trace the material source to ensure there are not any minerals sourced from conflict areas. It Is always in our interest to follow government regulations and demonstrate honesty, integrity, and excellence in our business model.

Compliance Standards


CertificationDescription  Year Certified
               

RoHS – Restriction of Hazardous Substances or RoHS is a European standard that limits the use of certain materials in EEE products when a valid substitute is possible.

2014

 
UL –Underwriter Laboratories or UL creates industry-wide standards and ensures products meet said standard for the safety of customers and manufacturers.2014

FCC – The Federal Communication Commission located in the US has set a limit for unintentional electromagnetic radiation.2014

CE - Much like the FCC, the Europe-based CE sets an electromagnetic radiation standard, as well as some additional protections.2014
 
UKCA – The UKCA (UK Conformity Assessed) marking is a new UK product marking that is used for goods being placed on the market in Great Britain (England, Wales and Scotland). It covers most goods which previously required the CE marking, known as ‘new approach’ goods.2021
 ISO:9001 ISO:9001 is a quality management system used by companies to ensure customers are receiving consistent products and services.2019
 

MIL-STD-810G  - The military uses equipment in less-than-ideal environments and this standard certifies the reliability of the equipment. U-Reach equipment has been tested for the temperature and humidity, shock, vibration, and altitude.

2017
MIL-STD 810HMIL-STD-810H (New Update) – The military uses equipment in less-than-ideal environments and this standard certifies the reliability of the equipment. U-Reach equipment has been tested for the temperature and humidity, shock, vibration, and altitude.2021
MIL-STD 130NMIL-STD-130N – This standard outlines the labeling requirements for the DoD in terms of acceptable font, text size, bar codes, label material, etc. This unique identifier (UID) is designed to remain legible throughout the life of the device even if environmental conditions are less than ideal.2021
  

TAA – The trade agreement act lists countries with which the US government can do business.

2011

NDAA-889NDAA-889 – Section 889 of the NDAA restricts the use of covered telecommunications provided by certain vendors.2020
ITARITAR – The International Traffic of Arms Regulations ensures equipment or information that imports into or exports from the US borders is desirable.2011
ISO/IEC 27037, 27041, 27042, 27043, and 27050ISO/IEC 27037, 27041, 27042, 27043, 27050 – These ISO standards provide guidelines for the handling of digital evidence and electronic stored information. These guidelines are required for forensics.2014
NIST SP 800‐88r1

NIST SP 800‐88r1 – This is the latest revision of the NIST standard for digital media sanitization. The document defines methods for disposing and reusing digital media.

2014

DoD 5220.22‐MDoD 5220.22‐M – This standard defines methods of sanitizing digital media. This standard was superseded by the NIST standard.2006
ADISA – The Asset Disposal and Information Security Alliance or ADISA operates a research center that can corroborate digital media sanitization claims. ADISA offers two levels of scrutinization. The first level uses non-destructive, commercially available COTS tools to retrieve data. The second level uses destructive techniques to read the memory chips directly. This certification indicates that U-Reach sanitization functions such as NIST Clear and Purge are implemented correctly.2021