Global Regulatory Updates for Restricted Substances in Softlines Products
When you produce apparel or footwear products, you’ll be aware of the complexity of the global legislative responsibilities you must meet in order to trade safely and legally. But how do you keep on top of these responsibilities when they are subject to change so frequently, and when the success of your business depends on them?
This webinar aims to answer the following key questions, to help you deal with these issues with confidence and clarity:
- What are the newest restrictions for softlines products?
- Is any legislation proposed that I need to be aware of?
- What action is the industry taking to ensure restricted substances are under control?
- Where can I find examples of best practice?
These will be illustrated by recall cases and industry reports, and there will be an opportunity to find out how SGS can help you tackle the challenges of chemical management.
- Restriction of chemicals and latest regulatory updates
- Impacts and obligations
- Sustainable chemical management – going beyond legal responsibilities
- The SGS testing approach
Who should attend?
This webinar is aimed at executives, managers and experts who are responsible for compliance, quality control, sourcing, product development and sustainability.
Global Technical Manager at SGS Germany GmBH
Frank, who is based in Germany, takes responsibility for Strategic Development for Sustainability, Chemical Testing and Management across SGS’s worldwide Textile and Footwear divisions.
Frank’s expertise in sustainability and product compliance stems from a ten-year career in chemical compliance management positions across a range of softlines brands. His focus on environmental responsibility has seen the initiation and delivery of sustained improvement and effective change across a wide range of quality and sustainability topics, including product safety, materials and resources efficiency.
Technical Director, Softlines at SGS North America Inc.
Dr. Zhu leads the US Softlines technical team in developing testing programs and performance specifications, as well as providing technical support to clients in the US and Canada. She also works with SGS's global softlines teams to coordinate the implementation of policies, regulations and technical initiatives. Serving in various global businesses and in academia, Dr. Zhu has over 18 years of textile research and product development, performance evaluation and technical marketing experience in global supply chains.
There are two sessions, follow the link below to reserve your place:
Session 1: Thursday, May 19, 2022, 10:00 Europe/Paris time (CET)
Session 2: Thursday, May 19, 2022, 16:00 Europe/Paris time (CET)
For further information please contact:
Global Marketing Manager
t: +49 40 30101 826