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Prepare for the new EU General Product Safety Regulation (GPSR)

Date(s) - 23/02/2024
10:00 am - 11:00 am


BHETA is pleased to announce we will be hosting a webinar with Strong and Herd on Friday 23rd February at 10:00am, presented by Tim Hiscock.

The European Union passed Regulation 2023/988 passed into law in June 2023, which aims to ensure that all non-food products are safe, whether they are sold online or offline.

It does not affect products already covered by other safety rules, such as CE marked products.

The legislation:

  • requires all products to have an economic operator in the EU responsible for safety issues
  • brings together conditions for online and offline sales
  • steps up the enforcement powers of national governments
  • introduces new requirements on product recalls.

This means that suppliers of goods to the EU that don’t carry the CE mark and aren’t covered by other safety legislation must act to comply with the new requirements.

This webinar will outline the actions suppliers need to take.

Strong & Herd (S&H LLP) was formed in 1995 and we pride ourselves on being a “one-stop-shop” for any international trade question or export training, export support, import training and customs compliance requirement.

The webinar was originally planned for 20th February however due to the clash with the AIS show we have changed the date.

Please note this webinar won’t be recorded and to register for the event, follow the link below and if you have any questions, please contact Sally in Member Services on



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