We are pleased to invite you to Electrical Safety First’s summit on Unravelling Product Risk Assessment (Post Incident), which is taking place on Tuesday 26th March at Mary Ward House, 5-7 Tavistock Place, London, WC1H 9SN from 1.30pm – 5.00pm.
Being aware of a non-compliance or of reports of incidents or injuries involving ‘your’ product, deciding on what corrective action to take (if any) will almost certainly require an assessment of the potential risk to users of the product.
A comprehensive and well documented risk assessment will help your organisation to:
- Decide on what corrective action is the most appropriate
- Demonstrate to enforcement authorities that you are managing risk
- Maintain consumer confidence and therefore brand reputation by taking swift and appropriate action
Sometimes over-simplified or perceived as a ‘dark-art’ and something to be avoided, risk assessment (post incident) is often misunderstood or incorrectly applied. Following the recognised EU format our expert panel will look at several case studies and walk through the relevant factors to be considered in order to determine the level of risk.
This interactive afternoon seminar is aimed at manufactures, importers and retailers, although it is likely to be beneficial to enforcement authorities also.
- Excellent networking opportunities and access to key figures in the product safety sectors arena
- Enhance your personal and professional knowledge and experience
- Our events are informative and engaging, offering good practice advice on product safety
- Have your say by participating in our Q&A sessions
- All attendees will receive refreshments and lunch.
Ticket Price: £125 plus VAT (Booking fees apply)
Book your ticket now via our online booking system
We have a limited number of places available so please book your ticket as soon as possible to avoid disappointment!
If you have any queries about the event, then contact Neelam Sheemar, Stakeholder and Events Manager on email@example.com.
We look forward to seeing you at the event.
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The new Office for Product Safety and Standards has been established within the Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy to enable the UK to meet the evolving challenges of product safety by responding to expanding international trade, the growth in online shopping and the increasing rate of product innovation. In August it launched its product safety strategy and has worked closely with stakeholders such as Electrical Safety First and BSI to launch the Code of Practice on Consumer Product Safety Related Recalls and other Corrective Actions (PAS 7100).