SafeGuardS es nuestro boletín técnico, donde se destacan los nuevos métodos de ensayos, reglamentos y normas para productos, redactados por expertos de SGS.
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Los suscriptores reciben alertas semanales por correo electrónico sobre los nuevos boletines de SafeGuardS. También reciben nuestra publicación Product Recalls dos veces al mes, donde se recopilan los avisos de retirada de productos de consumo en EE. UU. y Australia.
EU Member State Authorities Notify a Large Number of RoHS and POP Violations
23 Apr 2019 Electrical and Electronics
Since late 2018, RAPEX, the EU’s Rapid Alert System for dangerous non-food products, has issued notification of numerous RoHS and POP non-conformities, relating to many types of electrical and electronic product.
Andean Community Proposes Technical Regulation on Labelling of Clothing
17 Apr 2019 Softlines
The Andean Community (Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador and Peru) proposed a technical regulation with indication of minimum labelling information to be included for apparel, accessories and home textile products. The Technical Regulation will be effective in 18 months after its publication in the Official Gazette of the Cartagena Agreement.
US State of Maine Proposes to Designate PFOS as Priority Chemical for Reporting
17 Apr 2019 Toys and Juvenile Products, Softlines, Hardgoods, Food, Cosmetics, Personal Care and Household, Electrical and Electronics
The US state of Maine is proposing to designate perfluorooctane sulfonic acid (PFOS) as a Priority Chemical (PC) for reporting requirements in certain children’s products. If approved, intentionally added PFOS is required to be reported within 180 days after the effective date of the final rule.
New York State Proposes to Regulate Toxic Chemicals in Children’s Products
16 Apr 2019 Toys and Juvenile Products, Softlines, Hardgoods, Food, Cosmetics, Personal Care and Household, Electrical and Electronics
New York State is proposing reporting and prohibition requirements for certain chemicals in children’s products. If approved, ‘the Act’ will become effective on March 1, 2020.
Hong Kong Revises Safety Standards for Toys and Children’s Products
15 Apr 2019 Toys and Juvenile Products
Hong Kong has recently amended its list of standards for demonstrating up-to-date safety requirements for toys and children’s products. The new standards will become effective on October 1, 2019.