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Join us to learn more about SASO's SALEEM SABER programme for product compliance along with an overview of applicable Children Toys' technical standards and regulations for efficient customs clearance.


24 Feb 2021, 14:30


24 Feb 2021, 15:30



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The GCC Standardization Organization (GSO) is a standards organization for the member states of the Gulf Cooperation Council and Yemen. It was established under the authority of the Gulf Cooperation Council.  

Under the new requirements, all shipments arriving into the KSA will require both a Product CoC and a Shipment CoC. The Product CoC certifies that a regulated product complies with the applicable technical standards and regulations set by SASO, whereas the Shipment CoC, which is only valid for a specific shipment, certifies that each regulated product in the shipment has a valid Product CoC. To speed up the process for issuing both CoCs and for subsequent customs clearance, SASO has developed an online platform – SABER – through which CoC applications can be made.

SGS is pleased to invite you to join our webinar on Wednesday, February 24th, 2021 where our experts will provide an overview of the SALEEM system along with GCC's technical regulations with highlights on safety & conformity assessments procedures for children toys, providing attendees with an opportunity to learn more about programme and the in-depth understanding on testing and regulatory updates in the Gulf markets.

Key Highlights:

  • Overview of SALEEM SABER System
  • Current GCC Regulations
  • Toy Categorization & Toy Grouping
  • Applicable Test Standard
  • Requirement on Test Report Validity
  • Q & A


Date: 24th February, 2021 (Wednesday)
Time: 2:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.
Language: Cantonese (with English presentation)
Speakers:  Ms. Suki Tam, Section Manager, Government Services (Local Solutions)
Mr. Winter Kong, Technical Services Executive, Hardlines
Fee: Free of charge
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