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International Product Safety Week 2020

International event gathering stakeholders from all over the world to discuss and find responses to global product safety challenges.

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International cooperation can greatly contribute to increasing the safety of products on the market. The International Product Safety Week (IPSW) provides an excellent opportunity for discussions among international regulators, industry, consumer organisations, standard-makers, test laboratories, academics and other product safety experts. The event is organised every two years in Brussels

The next International Product Safety Week (IPSW) will take place online in November 2020

Interested in participating in stimulating discussions on product safety in times of crisis, on traceability and product recalls?

Save the dates of 9 and 10 November in your calendars now!

09 November - “Better safe than sorry” (open session)

Keeping consumers safe in times of crises and raising the bar for product  traceability.

10 November - “Re-call me ASAP” (open session)

How to effectively and efficiently recall dangerous products from consumers.

A workshop on the fundamentals of product safety will also be organised with UNCTAD on 12 November (for regulators only).

As in past editions, the International Consumer Product Health and Safety Organisation (ICPHSO) online symposium will take place in the framework of the International Product Safety Week. This year’s symposium will be held on 27 and 28 October.

Registration for the IPSW 2020 is now available: 

Register here 

#IPSW2020 #EU4Consumers #ProductSafety

You did not register to the event? 

You still have the opportunity to register here if you want to benefit from the full networking and interaction opportunities. Otherwise, you can simply watch the event via this link: https://vimeo.com/475950539/94d4925e4f

 

 

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Who should attend
International regulators, industry, consumer organisations, standard-makers, test laboratories, academics and other product safety experts
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