The Market Surveillance Council is a national coordination body for market surveillance in Sweden. It functions as a forum for information and exchange of experiences between authorities and shall facilitate contacts between competent authorities, business and consumer organisations.

The Market Surveillance Council is placed at the Swedish Board for Accreditation and Conformity Assessment (Swedac), who provides for its chairmanship and secretariat.

19 Swedish authorities are presently represented in the Council.
The tasks, functions and composition of the Market Surveillance Council are regulated in the Swedish Ordinance (2014:1039) on market surveillance.

This website is a cooperation between
The Work Environment Authority, The National Board of Housing, The Swedish Electrical Safety Board, The Energy Agency, The Public Health Agency of Sweden, The Health and Social Care Inspectorate, The Swedish Chemicals Agency, National Board of Trade, The Swedish Consumer Agency, The Medical Products Agency, The Swedish Press and Broadcasting Authority, The Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency, The Swedish Environmental Protection Agency, The National Post and Telecom Agency, The Swedish Tax Board, The National Board of Health and Welfare, The Swedish Radiation Safety Authority, Swedac, The Swedish Transport Agency and The Swedish Customs Service.