The Consumer Safety and Health Atlas is a comparative matrix of the information submitted by countries participating in the Consumer Safety and Health Network regarding their national normative and institutional frameworks governing consumer product safety and health (essentially for non-food products), including sanctioning authority and remedies for damages. The matrix also contains specific information from individual national agencies responsible for consumer protection, health, and metrology in the field of product safety.

Fields covered in detail include: technical regulations, public information, outreach and training, institutional capacity for market surveillance and product recalls, risk identification, assessment and management, international cooperation, as well as import surveillance and relations with customs.

The atlas is an interactive platform that allows countries to update regularly the information relating to their normative frameworks and practices in the consumer safety and health field, and also allows users to compare these norms and practices across countries.

The information is presented in each Country’s language.

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