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NIVA - Norræn ráðstefna um markaðseftirlit í Finnlandi 25. - 27. maí 2011

4.3.2011

Market Surveillance 25 - 27 May 2011Hotel Sannäs Manor, Porvoo, Finland
 
Registration fee: 300 Euros (Includes all teaching, group work and seminar material, does not include accommodation).
 
Background
The new legislation on the requirements for accreditation and market surveillance relating to the marketing of products is in force since the beginning of 2010. Market surveillance is crucial for a functioning internal market and free movement of goods as well as for safety, health and the environment. The purpose of market surveillance is to ensure that all economic actors who place products on the market comply with current regulations. This is also important in order to ensure fair competition.
 
Objectives
The aim of the seminar is to describe the methods of market surveillance and the roles of different stakeholders.
 
Target group
Market surveillance authorities and representatives of the industry and other persons responsible for placing products on the market. In order to have fruitful discussions among all stakeholders, the testing laboratories and notified bodies, which can give services to the market surveillance authorities, will all be invited to participate.
 
Main topics
- the present situation in the implementation of the NLF

- efficient working methods and cooperation among stakeholders

- workshops on issues relating to future development

- future needs, tools and solutions
 
Seminar leaderSenior Advisor Eero KorhonenSafcon Oy
  Zsuzsanna Renkó-MichelsénCourse CoordinatorNIVATopeliuksenkatu 41 a A00250 Helsinki, FinlandTel: +358 (0)30 474 2498www.niva.org