taiwan-doscount-flyerLast Call for 50% Discount for
New Testing at ACT Lab Taiwan!

Just a few days remain in 2016 to take advantage of the opportunity to enjoy 50% off testing fees in our new Taichung, Taiwan lab! Contact us to learn how we can assist certifying your products to meet international safety standards and requirements, and help with your research, product development, and qualification testing plans. Download the Taiwan discount flyer.

Now open:
ACT Testing Inc.
1st floor, No. 12-1, Lane 267
Ming Sheng Road, Sec. 3
Daya District,Taichung 42844 Taiwan

Tel:  886.4.2569.1456
Fax: 886.4.2569.1535
Email:  info@act-lab.com

Attend the 2017 Annual Meeting & Symposium

This year’s event titled “Evaluating and Managing Risk” held in Orlando, Florida will once again create an exciting educational event for product safety professionals to learn, network, and share information. The event features “plenary sessions on international trends and developments in product health and safety, on the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and its work, and on basic training in legal and compliance-oriented aspects of product health and safety.”  Visit  https://www.icphso.org/ to learn more and register today.

CPSC Continues Expansion for Small Business Resources Online

The CSPC.gov web site hosts a Small Business Resources page focused on aiding small business owners in “figuring out which CPSC safety requirements apply to their products.”  The CPSC states while there is no “one size fits all” checklist of safety requirements, the CPSC has developed valuable resources that can help small businesses learn more about safety requirements. Tools such as the Regulatory Robot, business education videos, guidance documents, and the Small Business Ombudsman can all help to navigate the regulatory landscape.

Global Markets Increase Interest in CE Marking

The European Commission states “by affixing the CE marking to a product, a manufacturer declares that the product meets all the legal requirements for CE marking and can be sold throughout the European Economic Area (EEA).”  As more products are sold on a global scale, requests for regulatory compliance to meet CE in addition to other regional requirements has increased. The European Commission has resources online to help areas of industry through this process. Visit https://ec.europa.eu/growth/single-market/ce-marking_en to learn more about how to comply with this harmonized legislation for your products.