From: Matt Campanella (Matt.Campanella@worldnet.att.net)
Date: Mon Oct 09 2000 - 02:43:39 PDT
The following is an announcement for the Norhteast Product Safety
Society 6th annual Vendors Night and Workshop 2000. Anyone interested
in EMC or product safety that will be in the area on Nov 15th are
encoraged to join us for Vendors Night and Workshop 2000.
NPSS - Workshop 2000 & Vendors' Night
The Northeast Product Safety Society, Inc. (NPSS) offers Workshop
2000 and the 6th Annual Vendors' Night. These paired events will
be held at the Boxborough Woods (Holiday Inn) in Boxborough MA on
November 15, 2000.
WORKSHOP 2000 runs from 11 a.m. to 5:45 p.m. Twenty-seven sessions,
worldwide in scope, comprise six technical tracks. The sessions
include, among others, Electrical Product Safety Compliance, EMC,
Telecom, SEMI, Laser Safety, the EC Directives/CE Markings, the
WEEE Directive, and Chinese compliance.
Reservations are required for entry to the technical sessions.
A schedule can be found on NPSS's website (and your reservations
can be entered at: <www.nepss.org>
VENDORS' NIGHT registration opens at 5 p.m.; the Exhibition Hall
is open from 5:30 - 9:30 p.m. Fifty suppliers to the Electrical
Product Safety, EMC and Telecom compliance trades will offer
their wares. The largest show of its type in the U.S., this is a
singular opportunity to visit with the test labs and suppliers of
test equipment, components & services to the compliance trade.
It's also a great opportunity to network with your compliance
The costs of these events are borne by NPSS, Inc. as a component of
their educational program; thus, all Workshop 2000 sessions are free
as is the Vendors' Night. The only cost, optional at that, is for the
dinner-buffet (which is free to members of NPSS, Inc. and US$15.00 to
others). Dinner reservations (required) can also be made at
Although vendor space is limited at this juncture, vendors
interested in participating should contact: Robert O.Chaplis
NPSS, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(3) Corporation, chartered in
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