Join this webinar to learn about key regulations for fabric, medical and surgical face masks for the EU and U.S. markets, and an introduction to our testing capabilities at our mask testing hub in Asia.

Starts

June 2, 2021

Ends

June 2, 2021

Location

Online

Background

Surgical masks sold in the EU require a CE mark as they are a class-one medical device. They must prove features such as breathability, splash resistance and efficiency in filtering bacteria. A similar test is performed for the U.S. market by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA).

Due to a high increase in testing demands, as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak, SGS in Hong Kong has ramped up its arsenal of testing equipment to increase capacity and to reduce the time required to demonstrate product compliance with mandatory international standards.

In this webinar, our experts will address the various standards relating to the EU and U.S., and how SGS can help you to achieve compliance.

Webinar Agenda

  • CE requirements
  • FDA registration
  • 510(K) sampling size
  • Special sharing session on ISO 10993
  • Regulatory requirements for fabric masks
  • SGS IC Mark
  • Q&A

Who should attend?

This webinar is aimed at manufacturers and distributors, as well as buyers, of medical use, surgical and fabric masks brands.

Presenters

Mr. Birkoff Chen – Operations Manager, Hardlines, SGS

Birkoff helps quality and product development professionals in the hardgoods product segment to develop and launch their products to various global markets. Working with the SGS technical team, he established the testing capabilities of medical face masks and obtained ISO/IEC 17025 laboratory accreditation, providing the industry with reliable and leading medical surgical mask testing services.

Ms. Karen He – Senior Technical Service Executive, Softlines, SGS

Karen holds a PhD degree in chemistry from the University of Hong Kong, specializing in organic chemistry. Karen joined SGS Hong Kong's Softlines Technical Team in 2017, and has been working with restricted substances and functional testing as well as labeling regulations.

Register Today

Session 1
Wednesday, June 2, 2021 >
09:00 GMT Europe/London

Session 2
Wednesday, June 2, 2021 >
15:00 GMT Europe/London

Important – Companies in China should register here >