SGS provides latest unsafe product notifications to retailers and manufacturers with the launch of new digital platform

SGS provides latest unsafe product notifications to retailers and manufacturers with the launch of new digital platform

GENEVA, 12-Jul-2019 — /EuropaWire/ — SGS launches its new ‘Product Recalls’ digital platform. It is an online database that provides instant access to the latest unsafe product notifications (non-food) from the EU and USA to consumer goods manufacturers and retailers.

The platform which launches today (July 12), creates a searchable database of all unsafe product notifications compiled by official surveillance authorities operating in the European Union (RAPEX and RASFF) and United States (CPSC and FDA). Later this year, data from Australia and Canada will be incorporated into the site.

“As an industry leader we’re delighted to offer this ground-breaking new digital asset that is accurate, comprehensive, trustworthy and timely. In bringing together the latest unsafe product notifications from four governmental sources, this platform provides pertinent and insightful data that will help retailers and manufacturers understand and manage risk within their own organizations,” commented Andy Gibbard, Global Head of Digital Marketing & Communication, SGS.

The digital platform allows users to search data by Notifying Country, Product Category, Risk Type, Country of Origin, or by Source, i.e. surveillance authority (CPSC, FDA, RAPEX or RASFF).

Visit the Product Recalls platform >

ABOUT SGS
SGS is the world’s leading testing, verification, inspection and certification company. SGS is recognized as the global benchmark for quality and integrity. The company operates a network of over 2,600 offices and laboratories around the world and employs more than 97,000 professionals.

For further information, please contact:

Frédérique Lorber
Knowledge Management – Project Manager
SGS Global Competence Support Center
t: +33 4 42 61 64 42
www.sgs.com/productrecalls

SOURCE: SGS SA

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