IEEE Product Safety Engineering Society (PSES) is a society of the IEEE created June 21, 2003. It's Mission is to serve the product safety and regulatory profession and the public, by fostering the development and facilitation of the exchange of knowledge in the disciplines of product safety and compliance engineering (PS&CE), as detailed in the PSES's field of interest (FOI), and promote scientific, literary, educational and professional aspects thereof, that benefit members, the profession and humanity.
We've celebrated our 10th Year Anniversary!
Meet the World Experts!
- Presentations by Compliance Professionals from around the world
- How-To Workshops
- Technical Committee meetings
- Publish & present ideas
- New location every year – see new cities while gaining knowledge
Gain More Knowledge!
- Central repository of compliance knowledge
- Webinars, seminars, articles
- PSES Newsletters back issues
- PSES activity updates
- Compliance world-wide news
- Listing of all Compliance companies offering a PSES member discount
Join an Exceptional Team!
- Presentations by International Compliance Experts
- Meet local engineers who share your technical interests
- Local Chapters in many major cities world-wide
- E-Chapter for all PSES members
Be Up-To-Date in the Industry!
- Technical articles
- How-To Discussions
- Ongoing reports from Technical Committees
- Chapter activity reports
The flagship conference of the PSES is the IEEE International Symposium on Product Compliance Engineering (ISPCE). In 2014, ISPCE had its highest attendance to date in San Jose, California. ISPCE 2015 in Chicago, USA will be even better and includes a Compliance 101 track.
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