Webinars on toy requirements for US and EU markets.
Keeping in step with regulatory changes is essential wherever you are trading and the rules for toys are particularly strict. But if you are selling to the US and/or Europe, how much do you know about current requirements?
In these two complimentary webinars, SGS experts take an in-depth look at federal, state and economic regional laws in both of these markets. The requirements for the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA) in the US and the ASTM F963 standard will be explored on February 24, and on March 22 there will be an overview of selling toys to the EU, as well as the changing rules that apply following Brexit. Both of these webinars will include a Q&A session.
So whether you are new to these markets, or need a refresher, join us to learn more. These webinars are suitable for manufacturers and retailers selling toys to the US and EU markets.
Recap: Toy Requirements in the US
- USA requirements
Recap: Toy Requirements in the EU
- EU toy directive 2009/48/EC
- EN 71-series
Hardlines Technical Director and TJP Laboratory Manager
SGS North America Inc.
Piyush has worked at SGS for over 22 years, having previously been a Project Engineer in the Electronics and Electrical industry after graduating in Engineering from the New Jersey Institute of Technology. He has formed close relationships with clients and affiliates in the US and internationally, advising them on regulations for consumer products such as juvenile/nursery items, toys, office furniture, cookware, tableware, and small kitchen electrics. He is also responsible for reviewing product-specific test plans. Piyush is an active member of the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) sitting on juvenile products, toy, and candle subcommittees, as well as the Toy Industry Association (TIA), and the Business Institute Furniture Manufacturing Association (BIFMA).
Toy Business Development and Technical Manager
An industrial design engineer with in-depth expertise in toys, Sanda joined SGS in 1999. Prior to this, she worked for the Dutch surveillance authority in technical expert and management roles. For more than 30 years Sanda has been an active member of Europe’s Toy Standardization Committee, CEN. Day to day, Sanda is responsible for the internal harmonization of, and information exchange between, SGS’s 27 toy laboratories – ensuring the quality and consistency of services globally.
Toy Regulations in the US
Toy Regulations in the EU
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