SBS Forum 2022 on PPE and Textile Care – From dual use to multi use

SBS Forum 2022 on PPE and Textile Care standardisation in the PPE sector – From dual use to multi-use 19 October, 10:00 – 13:00 (online) The European Commission’s vision for leadership in digital transformation and green transition (twin transition) is reflected its legal proposals either as new legislation proposals or revision of existing legislations, such […]

SBS Forum 2021 on PPE and Textile Care

With regard to digitisation of the sector and in relation to circulatory, the Digital Product Passport initiative demonstrates the use of digitisation and ICT standards in tracing PPE and Textile raw material to ensure transparency along the supply chain. For example, enabling technologies such as Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technology can increase trust among the supply chain actors with accurate information regarding the quality of the raw material and manufacturing processes. This would also ensure adherence to reusability, recyclability, and repairability requirements. Hence, ICT standards for the support of circularity can enable other sectors to achieve circularity goals in faster and efficient manner, as highlighted by the report on ICT Standardization supporting Circular Economy

SBS PPE Forum 2020 on PPE and Textile Care

SBS Forum on PPE and Textile Care 2020  Strengthen the PPE sector and circular economy – A path to safe and responsible Europe The recent COVID-19 crisis has exposed the limited capacity of Europe’s safety equipment manufacturers. Although demand for PPE products surged to unprecedented level that global capacity was not prepared for, Europe’s dependency on […]

SBS Forum on PPE and Textile Care standardisation

SBS Forum on PPE and Textile Care standardisation November 7th, 2018 SME Safety – 123, Rue du Commerce – 1000, Brussels The Forum is a means to discuss the coordination of standardisation activities at CEN, ISO and EU level so to identify SME standardisation needs in the domain of PPE and Textile Care. The Forum […]

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