e-COM 4 CHILDREN training on the e-commerce of safe children’s products



ecom4children

Three intellectual outputs


For industry, consumer associations and authorities

Adaptive MOOC




For consumers

Interactive Comic




For all

Training materials





Characteristics of e-COM 4 CHILDREN training

Such as toys, childcare articles or children’s furniture


Partners


Coordinator: AIJU (Spain)
Instituto Tecnológico para Producto Infantil y de Ocio
www.aiju.info


Universita Politecnica Delle Marche (Italy)
www.univpm.it


Universidad de Alicante (Spain)
www.ua.es


Associação para a Promoção da Segurança Infantil (Portugal)
www.apsi.org.pt


Association for Toy and Play (Czech Republic)
www.sdruzenihracky.cz


Teaching Team


Karina Pernias

Head of the Physical Area of the Laboratory at AIJU


Master’s degree in Science and Chemical Technology at UNED. She has been working in child safety since 1987, an area in which she has extensive training and experience in management, testing and training.

Mª Cruz Arenas

Researcher on safety and risk assessment of children’s products in AIJU


Expert in children’s products safety. She is an expert member of the National Committee AEN / CTN 172 ‘Children’ and the European Committee of standardisation CEN/TC 252 ‘Child care and use articles’.

Antonio Di Stasi

Full Professor in Labour Law, Università Politecnica delle Marche


Professor at School of Civil Law, Università di Camerino. Expert in Social Security

Laura Torsello

Researcher in Law, Università Politecnica delle Marche


Expert in Social Security

Sandra Nascimento

Technical Director and President of the Board of APSI


Expert in child safety, injury prevention and child products safety. Consultant, trainer and member of Working Groups and Technical Committees in the area of children's rights, consumer protection and safety of children's products

Helena Sacadura Botte

Senior Trainer of APSI


Trainer in child safety, injury prevention and child products safety. Since 2003 is responsible for the counselling and education of families and for the training of health and education professionals among others.

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Online marketplaces are failing to stop sellers listing toys that appear identical to those declared unsafe by the EU

Toys that are choking hazards. Toys that contain toxic chemicals. Toys that can damage hearing

The next govt. must take urgent action https://t.co/VD0z8t9jwN

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"@WhichUK tested out Amazon Marketplace...by listing for sale a squishy toy, which had been recalled in October 2018 because it posed a risk of choking or suffocation. The toy remained on Amazon for two weeks before Which? withdrew the listing."

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