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Tuesday, November 15 • 11:00am - 11:45am
Standards Alignment – The Good, The Bad and the Ugly

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This panel will address the need for standards alignment internationally, focusing on the benefits to consumers and producers. Standards alignment is a topic that has been, and should continue to be, addressed at ICPHSO symposiums. But this panel will focus on examples of models that work (the Good), models that do not work (the bad) and models that are overly complex (the ugly).  Members will be provided with examples of standards alignment approaches, and information about a successful approach that can be used as a model for future work.

Moderators
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Len Morrissey

Director, TCO Division, ASTM International
Len Morrissey is a director in the Technical Committee Operations Division of ASTM International, one of the largest voluntary standards development organizations in the world.  In his role, he leads a team that coordinates the standardization activities of over 50 ASTM Technical... Read More →

Speakers
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Nancy Cowles

Executive Director, Kids In Danger
Nancy is the Executive Director of Kids In Danger (KID), a nonprofit dedicated to protecting children by improving children’s product safety.  Nancy has over 30 years experience conceiving, building and directing organizations to investigate a wide variety of consumer issues and... Read More →
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Jens Ekwall

Team Manager Laws & Standards Furniture/Textiles, IKEA of Sweden
Jens Ekwall is a Team Manager for Product Requirements Specialists at IKEA of Sweden, the development unit of IKEA. He is leading and developing the team responsible for product laws and standards within the area of furniture and textile for all markets IKEA act on.  |   | He is... Read More →
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Cinzia Missiroli

Unit Manager - Sustainability & Services, CEN-CENELEC
Cinzia Missiroli holds a master degree in international political science with a specialization in European Affairs.  She has more than 15 years’ experience of working in Brussels. She joined CEN more than 10 years ago as a Programme Manager for consumer products (including projects... Read More →
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Daryl Scrivens

Head of Mattel Europa's Global Quality and Regulatory Compliance Team, Mattel
Daryl heads up Mattel Europa’s Global Quality and Regulatory Compliance team based in Amsterdam where he has worked for the last 18 months.    Daryl is an active participant in standardisation and provides expert input to BSI, CEN, ISO toy safety standards groups.  Daryl is  Chairman... Read More →


Tuesday November 15, 2016 11:00am - 11:45am
Charlemagne Building - Mansholt

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