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Importance of Product Safety for Outdoor Play and Fitness

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Wednesday, September 16, 2020

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12:00 PM America/Chicago

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Agenda

Children loves to be challenged, but what about safety. The questions are many; Can risk at the playground be positive? Who has the responsibility in case of incidents? What is certification?

Join this webinar to get an understanding of the product safety standards for outdoor play and fitness, and why certified products makes a difference. This session will have special attention to the American safety standards.

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Presenter

Joan Pedersen

Joan is Product Safety Manager in KOMPAN. She has a background as mechanical engineer and several years of work in the machinery industry. After joining KOMPAN's engineering team in 1996, she gradually took more product safety responsibility. Since 2003, she has been responsible for KOMPAN product safety involving product evaluation, test, certification, training and after sales support. Joan is member of the Danish working group for developing EN1176 and other related standards. She is also member of the ASTM committee for ASTM F1487.