ICPHSO 2017 International Symposium

Tokyo, Japan

November 14-15, 2017

Registration NOW OPEN!

 Sponsorship and Exhbitor Information NOW AVAILABLE!

​Hotel Information NOW OPEN!

The International Consumer Product Health and Safety Organization’s 2017 International Symposium is being held November 14 – 15, 2016 in Tokyo, Japan.  The Symposium will take place at the Hilton Tokyo Odaiba, which is on Tokyo Bay and moments away from theme parks, malls, dining and entertainment.  Approximately 20 minutes from the Tokyo International Airport, the hotel will be our one location for sleeping rooms and all conference events.. More information about the Hilton Tokyo Odaiba can be found at their website.  ICPHSO is also working on an outside tour event so attendees can take advantage of being in Tokyo and seeing what it has to offer by way of culture and enertainment.  The tour information will be posted as it become available and will include a nominal fee for those attendees who choose to paticipate. 

Registration for the International Symposium is now open.  Sponsorship and exhibitor information is listed below and can now be purchased.  Below is information on the  registration costs below for this two day global  product safety conference.  An evening reception being held on November 13,2017 before the Symposium is included in the price of your registration.  There will also be an opening reception on the evening of November 14, 2017, breakfast, lunch and networking breaks all included in the price of registration. While you do not have to be an ICPHSO member to attend any of our conferences,  ICPHSO members do enjoy a discount on the registration fee for the International Symposium as well as unlimited access to the presentations after the Symposium.

REGISTRATION RATES Are Listed Below - Registration Now Open:

  • ICPHSO Member Rate  - $450
  • Non-Member Rate  - $550
  • On-Line Registration Deadline:  To Be Announced
  • Cancellations will be accepted in writing by November 1, 2017, less a $50 processing fee.  After November 1, 2017, No refunds will be honored. Contact mschoem@icphso.org for further information.

HOTEL ACCOMODATIONS:  Coming Soon - Click here to make reservations at ICPHSO Group Discount Rate. ICPHSO has arranged a discounted group rate at the Hilton Tokyo Odaiba of 23500 JPY (approximately $212 USD).  This rate is available until Sunday, October 29, 2017, or until all rooms in the block are reserved.  Reservations at the prevailing rate may be accepted after October 29, 2017, if rooms are available.   Additional information about the hotel can be found here: Hilton Tokyo Odaiba - located on the waterfront area of Tokyo Bay (Hotel and Conference Location)

AGENDA: Coming Soon

SPONSORSHIP & EXHIBITOR INFORMATION -  NOW OPEN!
There are a number of sponsorship opportunities available during the Symposium. In addition, a limited number of exhibitor tables will be available.  See the link below for all of the sponsorship opportunities that exist.  If you have interest in additional sponsorhip opportunities that aren't listed, please feel free to contact us at sponsor-exhibitor@icphso.org.
Click to download:   2017 Toronto Sponsorship Opportunities
​Click to download Sponsorship Form:  Sponsorship Form -

 

Call For Presentations Now CLOSED - Agenda to be announced in July 2017

ICPHSO is now accepting proposals for presentations during the International Symposium being held in Tokyo, Japan on November 14 and 15, 2017.  Presentation proposals must be non-commercial in nature and pertain to topics of interest to the worldwide consumer product safety community.  The proposals can be for general plenary sessions, workshops or panels.

The theme of this year’s program is "It started with an idea: safety in the product life cycle."   We are specifically seeking proposals and suggestions to address topics based on this general theme. The concept of the "product life cycle" can be interpreted broadly. The theme is intended to encompass safety considerations and issues throughout the life of a product: from the initial conception and design stage, to manufacturing processes and sales, through to ensuring safety at the end of a product's usable life. The concept of "life-cycle" can also be considered in relation to users themselves, thinking about safety in relation to children and young users, the elderly, and other vulnerable users. Looking at "ideas" will bring in discussions around new technologies and innovation, including safety implications of robotics, connected products and smart technology.

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