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Thu Nov 13
  • Live Webinar

UL Webinar: Toy Standards Comparison

  • Live Webinar

This webinar will be presented by UL in English on Thursday, November 13, 2014 at 11:00 AM (EST).

Overview As retailers and manufacturers shift their attention away from their local market and look to expand to emerging markets, a working knowledge of global regulatory requirements is essential.  In this webinar, our subject matter expert will provide a high level overview of several global toy standards as well as the key requirements and how they compare across markets.

Standards discussed:

  • ASTM F963
  • EN 71
  • ISO 8124
  • Japan ST2012/Food Sanitation Law
  • Canadian Canada Consumer Product Safety Act/Toys Regulations (SOR/2011-17)
  • Brazilian Association of Technical Standards (ABNT) NM 300

UL’s monthly webinar series is an ideal resource for retailers, manufacturers, suppliers, quality assurance personnel, chief marketing officers, and all persons interested in the ever changing consumer products market, are welcome to register.

Speaker Andrew Farhat Regulatory Services Regional Manager

As Regulatory Services Regional Manager for the Global Technical Resource Group at UL, Andrew Farhat strategically examines regulatory changes to assess impact on the business operations of consumer product retailers, manufacturers, distributors, and suppliers.  Through targeted research and analysis, Andrew works with clients to implement value-added solutions to meet the requirements of evolving legislations.  Actively involved in the quality assurance industry for over 10 years, Andrew has experience in a broad range of consumer products including toys, textiles and apparel, and general merchandise.

Memberships include American Apparel & Footwear Association (AAFA), American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) International, International Organization for Standardization (ISO), and Toy Industry Association (TIA).

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