MTS Brexit Webinar: Understanding product compliance in Europe after Brexit

19 February 2021


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The UK left the EU in 2020 and now has different product conformity legislation to the rest of the EU. In this webinar, we'll discuss the latest changes regarding product compliance for both the UK and EU markets to ensure that you are up-to-date with these changes and that you understand the timelines, your responsibilities, and any actions you might need to take. The primary focus of the webinar is on toy conformity but some of the content is applicable across all the UKCA/CE industries. 

Who should join?
If you are working in the consumer products sector in Europe then whether you are a manufacturer, importer or retailer, this webinar will help ensure you are correctly working towards the new requirements. 

Date: Tuesday, 02 March 2021
Time: 09:00 am (London), 05:00 pm (Hong Kong)
Language: English
Cost: No Charge
Duration: 45 - 60 min

1. Overview of toy compliance after Brexit and timeline review
2. The UKCA mark and when to use it
3. Key implications for selling goods across Europe
4. Compliance documentation
5. How MTS can help
6. Q & A

How to Register?
Simply provide your name, company name, and email address to and you will receive a ZOOM link to our webinar to your registered email address within 48 hours. *Please register with your business email address as this a pre-approved event. 

Name: Matthew Thorpe
Position: Global Business Development Manager at MTS
Background: Matthew has worked on the safety of consumer products for nearly 30 years in roles with testing laboratories and toy manufacturers. Based in the UK, Matthew has been with MTS for 4 years, managing local testing and inspection programs through the Leeds, UK laboratory and global programs through the wider MTS laboratory network. Matthew has been actively following the changes due to Brexit and advising customers and the wider community of the implications. 

Webinar Schedule
Date: 02 March 2021
Time: 09:00 am (London), 05:00 pm (Hong Kong)