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  • Supply Chain Mapping and Traceability

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Includes a Live Web Event on 12/08/2020 at 11:00 AM (CST)

    Increasingly, companies are facing increasing demands for greater visibility into the working conditions in their supply chain beyond tier one. Supply chain mapping is a way for companies to trace the complicated network of deeper-tier suppliers and better understand the conditions workers face at these levels of their supply chain. The Fair Labor Association (FLA) will be providing guidance on how to conduct supply chain mapping for companies to better understand their complicated and intricate supply chains. This webinar will cover supply chain mapping basics, practical tips, and experiences from mapping a variety of raw materials supply chains. The training will cover guidance steps outlined in the Supply Chain Mapping, Transparency, Traceability guidance document. Join us to learn how to increase visibility into your supply chain. This session is an elective for the PPAI Product Safety Awareness initiative.

  • A Tour Through The Global Cotton Supply Chain

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 11/16/2020

    Join this session to gain a detailed view into the global cotton supply chain. Mark Messura from Cotton Incorporated, a science-based not-for-profit, will take us through the cotton supply chain, from farming, to ginning, to manufacturing, and more. Along the way, he will discuss the top cotton producing countries in the world, the challenges to traceability, and clarify the facts about different production methods including GM, conventional, and organically-grown cotton. If you source, sell or manufacture cotton products, this webinar is for you. This session will qualify as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative.

  • Virtual Product Responsibility Summit 2020: FDA Audit Activity and cGMP Best Practices

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 09/18/2020

    This session will address best practices when importing, distributing and labeling products regulated by the FDA. It will address the do’s and don’ts related to supply chain compliance, registrations and facility obligations, as well as vetting the supply chain and executing audits of both foreign and domestic facilities. This session will qualify as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative and is as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative.​

  • Virtual Product Responsibility Summit 2020: Hand Sanitizer 101

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 09/18/2020

    This session will serve as a reminder that hand sanitizer is a highly regulated product category. We will address the regulations and supply chain challenges surrounding hand sanitizer including compounding, bottling, shipping and marketing claims. This session will qualify as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative and is as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative.​

  • Virtual Product Responsibility Summit 2020: Emergency Use Authorization

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits

    What is the FDA’s Emergency Use Authorization (EUA)? What does it mean to you and what will happen when it expires? This session will qualify as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative and is as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative.​

  • Virtual Product Responsibility Summit 2020: Antimicrobial Products Present Their Own Challenges

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 09/18/2020

    As products with antimicrobial properties become increasingly common, it is important to understand your obligations related to claims, registration, testing and more. This session will address how to evaluate the antimicrobial qualities of a product, what kind of testing is required and challenges particular to this product category. This session will qualify as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative and is as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative.​

  • Virtual Product Responsibility Summit 2020: What You Say Matters

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 09/18/2020

    Marketing claims shape a company’s identity and can set it apart from the competition. If a claim is not truthful, you could be in trouble. The Federal Trade Commission will take action against companies making untruthful claims—particularly related to COVID-19 and greenwashing statements. In this session you will receive a seven-point checklist to help companies ensure marketing claims stand up to the principles enforced by the FTC. This session will qualify as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative and is as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative.​

  • Virtual Product Responsibility Summit 2020: Agency Update

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 09/18/2020

    Acting CPSC Chairman Robert Adler will provide a brief update regarding the priorities and initiatives of this independent federal agency. This session will qualify as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative and is as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative.​

  • Virtual Product Responsibility Summit 2020: Where Do We Spend First As We Rebuild And What Are Our Priorities?

    Contains 4 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 09/18/2020

    As we get comfortable in our new normal, we’re going to begin to plan with more confidence. This interactive session with Kim Bakalyar, Cindy Bellosa, Sandeep Jain,and Lenny Polakoff will assess steps taken to date, trends, priorities and concerns related to product responsibility in the age of COVID-19. This session will qualify as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative and is as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative.​

  • Virtual Product Responsibility Summit 2020: Human Rights And Forced Labor In The Supply Chain

    Contains 3 Component(s), Includes Credits Recorded On: 09/18/2020

    Can you say for certain that there is no forced labor in your supply chain? Nury Turkel, Commission with the US Commission on International Religious Freedom and Sharon Waxman, the CEO of FLA, will discuss this question as well as the practical implications of cotton imported from the Xinjiang region of China. What happens internally in China could cause an impact beyond China’s borders and it is critical that you are aware of risks in your supply chain. This session will qualify as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative and is as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative.​