European Consumer Safety Association (ECOSA)
Association européenne pour la sécurité des consommateurs
1985-08-07 Brussels Belgium
7 Aug 1985, Brussels (Belgium), as European Consumer Product Safety Association (ECPSA) -- Association européenne pour la sécurité des produits des consommateurs (AESCP). Current name adopted 1989. Registered in accordance with Dutch law. Replaced by D-XM1437 - European Association for Injury Prevention and Safety Promotion (EuroSafe).
Promote a greater flow of knowledge and experience among experts and institutions, the activities of which tend to improve consumer safety in the widest sense of the word.
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