Understanding Toy Safety (Part 1)
An introduction to the complex and heavily legislated area of Toy Safety
This is Part 1 of a 2 Part Series. Both courses do not need to be taken and Part 2 can be taken without Part 1, depending on prior toy safety knowledge and experience.
Part 1 includes an overview of European and International legislation and will help you understand your obligations and the processes involved in bringing a safe and legal novelty book or toy to market.
Part 2 – Toy Safety Practical Workshop: Identifying Hazards & Minimising Risk is a supplemental practical course recommend for anyone handling products with toy based value.
What skills are needed for this course?
No previous experience is required. This course is perfect for anyone new to safety legislation or with limited experience of working with children’s books and toys. It’s also a great refresher course – Toy Safety Legislation doesn’t stand still!
Diane Greaves – Safety Expert with over 20 years of Toy Safety Experience
Diane has worked in children’s product safety for over twenty years, starting as a Laboratory Manager. Before long she was moving on to manage two facilities testing children’s toys, childcare articles and nursery products.
Early in her career, Diane was General Manager for ITS RAM and set up the UK office. She beoame deeply involved in hazard assessments, looking at essential safety and risk assessment of products for many brands including Marks & Spencer, MacDonalds, Nike, and Fritolay.
As well as running training for Imago, Diane is an independent safety consultant for Marks & Spencers, Hallmark and also for us and is a member of several of the Standards committees including CW15 (Safety of Toys).
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