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First international workshop on accident and injury data collection for non-food product and service risk assessment

Speakers Presentations

20/02/2006
  1. 10h00-10h10
    Opening speech: The importance of a knowledge-based consumer policy; scope, background and objectives of the workshop
    Agne Pantelouri, Director, DG Health and Consumer Protection, European Commission

  2. 10h10-10h30
    EU data needs in the area of consumer safety and priorities for the future
    Bernardo Delogu, Head of Product and Service Safety Unit, DG Health and Consumer Protection

  3. 11h10-11h30
    Unintentional injuries in relation to consumer safety in Europe and international database systems
    Dr Dinesh Sethi, World Health Organisation, Regional Office for Europe

  4. 11h30-11h50
    Overview of existing data collection systems in the EU for accidents and injuries related to consumer products: status, gaps and suggested priorities
    Saakje Mulder, Eurosafe, European Association for Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion

  5. 11h50-12h10
    Overview on existing data collection systems in the EU for accidents and injuries related to consumer services: status, gaps and suggested priorities
    Dr Gordon Hayward, Consumer Risk Limited

  6. 14h00-14h20
    The US experience of the National Electronic Injury Surveillance System (NEISS)
    Thomas J. Schroeder U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC)

  7. 14h20-14h40
    The Canadian data collection experience: the Product Safety Information System and the Canadian Hospitals Injury Reporting and Prevention Program (CHIRPP)
    Keilee Meraw, Consumer Product Safety Bureau, Health Canada

  8. 14h40-15h00
    Perspectives of WHO on consumer products & chemical risk management
    Dr Maria Neira, World Health Organization (WHO)

  9. 15h10-15h30
    Poisons centres: current systems and perspectives for the future
    Prof Nicholas Bateman, European Association of Poisons Centres and Clinical Toxicologists, EAPCCT

  10. 16h00-16h20
    Insurance claims: review of existing practices as regards accidents statistics and possible future developments
    Jean-Louis Marsaud, Comité Européen des Assureurs

  11. 16h20-16h40
    Business database systems: a good practice case study by a major multinational company
    Guy La Salle, Nike Europe

  12. 16h40-16h50
    Consumer claims: the experience of consumer organisations in gathering consumer safety data and the case for a EU system
    Tania Vandenberghe, ANEC, the European consumer voice in standardisation

  13. 17h10-17h20
    Press reports: Example of good practices and suggestions for a EU-wide system
    Saakje Mulder, Consumer Safety Institute

  14. 17h20-17h40
    Medical doctors: the Belgian experience of data collection of accidents and injuries
    Prof Dr Dirk Devroey Belgian Scientific Institute of Public Health

21/02/2006
  1. 9h00-9h20
    The current statistics system of the International Association for Fire and Rescue Services (CTIF): status and possible developments
    Dr Peter Wagner, International Association for Fire and Rescue services

  2. 9h40-10h00
    The Susy Safe data collection project: objectives, expected results and future possible developments
    Prof. Dario Gregori , University of Torino

  3. 10h30-10h50
    Statistics from Life Saving Societies as a tool for drowning prevention and water rescue service: the German example and possible developments at EU level
    Ludger Schulte-Hülsmann Deutsche Lebensrettung Gesellschat (DLRG)

  4. 11h30-11h50
    Toys: the industry experience and future possible developments
    Aage S. Hillersborg, Toys Industry of Europe

  5. 11h50-12h10
    Domestic appliances: the industry experience and future possible developments
    Irene Bellew, European Committee of Domestic Equipment Manufacturers (CECED)

  6. 14h00-14h20
    Gardening equipment: the industry experience and future possible developments
    Peter Tetteroo, European Garden Machinery Industry Federation (EGMF)

  7. 14h20-14h40
    Children products: A country wide report point in Belgium for unsafe children products
    Erwin Van Kerschaver, Kind & Gezin

  8. 15h00-15h20
    Amusement parks and fairgrounds: the US experience
    Kathy Fackler, Saferparks, US

  9. 15h20-15h40
    The experience of the International Association of Amusement Parks and Attractions (IAAPA)
    Randall Davis, IAAPA

  10. 16h10-16h30
    Mountain sports : the 'Système National d'Observation de la Sécurité en Montagne' (SNOSM)
    Bruno Fleury, Ecole Nationale de Ski et d'Alpinisme

  11. 16h30-16h50
    Ski accidents: the European BEPRASA project and the 2006 Turin charter on the prevention of skiing accidents
    Claudio Detogni, Public Health Authority of Verona (ULSS 20)

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  13. Final agenda
  14. Speakers' presentations
  15. Conclusions of the workshop
  16. List of participants
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