WCRD 2017-European Consumer Day 2017- Back to the well-known A-G scale!-
ANEC and CI contribute to ISO Workshop on Sharing Economy-
Revised standards for children’s seating-Draft Standardisation Request on web accessibility-
Safety Promotion in Action, Amsterdam-Revision of the Drinking Water Directive-
CEN-CENELEC “Functional safety & cybersecurity” workshop-RAPEX Annual Report 2016-CEN-CENELEC webinar for ANEC Representatives. . .
. . . and ANEC webinars-
News from ANEC Members
Few people are interested in technical standardisation and even fewer have heard of ANEC. Yet, although standardisation may not seem at all sexy at first glance, it is an essential component of modern life and the role of ANEC is key.
The Work Programme sets out the activities ANEC plans to undertake in 2017. It lists areas of activity under our seven priority areas, as well as under the horizontal area of Policy. ANEC priorities are also reflected in the UAWP for Standardisation 2017.
ANEC is the European consumer voice in standardisation, defending the collective consumer interests in the processes of technical standardisation, conformity assessment, accreditation and market surveillance as well as related legislation and public policies.
ANECwas established in 1995 as an international non-profit association under Belgian law and is open to the representation of national consumer organisations in 34 countries.
ANECis funded by the European Union and EFTA, with national consumer organisations contributing in kind. Its Secretariat is based in Brussels.