Metal-induced skin allergies, particularly Allergic Contact Dermatitis (ACD), are a growing concern for consumers worldwide. The AnchorCert Pro Research Project developed a comprehensive testing methodology to accurately identify products that minimise the risk of metal-induced skin allergies and provide enhanced consumer protection.
This report aims to identify the gaps between EN 1811:2023 and the conflicting national standards when it comes to the latest reference test method for the release of nickel from articles intended to come into direct and prolonged contact with the skin.
Impact on the jewellery and precious metal industry due ECHA's recently proposed act to include lead in the authorisation list to protect workers and the environment.
Birmingham City University students were invited to design a commemorative logo mark to be used throughout 2023 to celebrate the 250th birthday of the Birmingham Assay Office.
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