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Children’s Clothing Safety for the U.S. Market

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A free webinar in UL's softlines webinar series

July 14, 2020 | 2:00PM ET | 8:00PM CET

All softlines products have safety requirements, but the most stringent are for clothing and footwear intended for children. Legislation has been passed around the world to protect children from common hazards, such as choking on small parts. However, the requirements may be different depending on what country you are trying to sell your final product in. During this webinar, UL’s Consumer Regulatory Affairs Manager, Tammie Rollins, will discuss different safety requirements for children’s clothing for the US market, compliance strategies and answer questions from the audience.

Meet our presenter - Tammie Rollins

Tammie Rollins, Consumer Regulatory Affairs Manager at UL, has over 25 years of experience in textiles with an extensive background in flammability regulations and the testing of hosiery and accessories. She has a Textile Degree from the University of Arkansas and serves on the Apparel Studies advisory board. Tammie is involved with several AATCC committees as well as the AATCC International Conference. She participates in the AAFA Legwear group, as well as ASTM, CGSB, and CPSC.

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