<Live Webinar> Overview of Toys' Recent Regulation Updates in EU Market
Join us to learn more about up-to-date reviews of toy safety standards, testing and conformance requirements for the EU market.
25 Jun 2021, 14:30
25 Jun 2021, 15:30
Consumers need to be confident that the toys they buy for children are of high quality and are safe, whether from harmful chemicals, or design faults that could cause injury. Ensuring that toys marketed in the EU do not put children at risk is a priority. EU legislation aims to ensure that toys meet safety requirements that are amongst the strictest in the world, especially in relation to the use of chemicals in toys.
SGS is pleased to invite you to join our webinar on Friday, June 25th, 2021 where our experts will provide an overview of recent updates to the EN 71 series, providing attendees with an opportunity to learn more about these legislations and support toy manufacturers, importers and retailers to understand and fulfill their obligations at every stage of the supply chain.
- EN IEC 62115:2020 +A11:2020 for Electric toys
- EN 71-7:2014+A3:2020 for Finger paints
- EN 71-12:2016 for N-Nitrosamines and N-nitrosatable substances
- Q & A
|Date:||25th June, 2021 (Friday)|
|Time:||2:30 p.m. – 3:30 p.m.|
|Language:||Cantonese (with English presentation)|
|Speakers:||Mr. Michael Yu, Asst. Technical Services Manager, Hardlines|
|Mr. Corey So, Sr. Technical Services Manager, Hardlines|
|Fee:||Free of charge|