Personnel belonging to:
– Companies of children’s products and consumer products in general (manufacturers, importers, distributors, online platforms).
– Consumer organizations.
– Consumer authorities .
– Local administration responsible for consumer affairs.
– Consumer educators.
– University students and professors.
– Consumers in general.
-Knowledge of the new European legal framework on consumer product safety and its impact on children’s products (toys, childcare articles, children’s furniture, and any article intended for children).
– New General Product Safety Regulation
– Revision of the Toy Directive
– New product conformity and market surveillance regulations.
– Understand the risks of counterfeit children’s products for both consumer health for businesses and society in general.
– To understand the value of industrial and intellectual property for children’s product companies.
– Understand the opportunities of blockchain technology to improve product safety and product and brand protection.
– To present the free training tools developed within the framework of the European CounterRisk project. CounterRisk NOOCs are now available to enhance the skills of company and consumer organization staff to address the risks of counterfeit consumer products targeting children.
The conference addresses the safety of consumer products, the value of industrial and intellectual property and how new technologies such as blockchain can be key to ensure the safety and authenticity of products from the perspective of the key players in the fight against counterfeiting: industry, authorities and consumers.
This event is held within the framework of the European CounterRisk project www.counterrisk.eu
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