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Monday, November 14 • 4:30pm - 5:15pm
ISO 10377 - The Building Blocks for a Compliance Program

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In today’s globalized manufacturing landscape, supply chain networks have become more complex; in turn – posing a difficult challenge for manufacturers, retailers and brands.  Simultaneously, consumers are demanding innovative products that push the limits of the supply chain.  Simply meeting the regulatory requirements is not enough; understanding the risk of the product and the supply chain is crucial in reducing the overall risk of your product and supply chain.
 
In this session, we will discuss how ISO 10377 can be used as a guide to develop or enhance a compliance program.  ISO 10377 provides guidance to suppliers on assessing and managing the safety of consumer products, with a focus on risk assessment and risk management – including methods to identification, assessment, reduction and elimination of hazards.  In addition, we will discuss how these guidelines can be realistically implemented in today’s modern supply chain.

Moderators
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Al Kaufman

Senior Vice President - Technical Affairs, TIA
Alan P. Kaufman is a toy industry veteran with more than 35 years of experience addressing product safety, quality assurance, regulatory compliance and product testing issues for toy companies and retailers. Mr. Kaufman leads the continuing development and implementation of technical... Read More →

Speakers
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Mark Kinzie

Director, Compliance, Logitech, Inc.
Mark Kinzie is the Director of Compliance at Logitech, Inc. He has been a lawyer for 27 years, including time as a trial lawyer defending manufactures of consumers goods and industrial products against mass tort, product liability, warranty, and class action lawsuits. He has worked... Read More →
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Robert Pollock

Director, Market Surveillance, UL
Robert Pollock has worked for UL for over 38 years and has been the Director of Market Surveillance since 2001. In this role, he is responsible for developing and directing all global market surveillance policies and programs for UL’s family of certification marks.  UL’s Market... Read More →


Monday November 14, 2016 4:30pm - 5:15pm
Charlemagne Building - Lord Jenkins

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