Product Safety Awareness Required Courses

These sessions are the three required courses for the Product Safety Awareness initiative. These webinars are complimentary for PPAI Members and PPAI Associates.

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  • Country Risk Assessments In Responsible Sourcing

    Contains 3 Component(s), 1.00 credit offered Includes a Live Event on 10/31/2018 at 2:00 PM (EDT)

    Are there any practical steps for responsible sourcing and ensuring compliance with the new rules surrounding social responsibility? Yes! This session will cover the realities and challenges of managing social responsibility obligations and help inform key decisions about partnerships and sourcing. This course qualifies as an elective under the Product Safety Aware Program. This webinar will focus on product safety, identifying hazards, product responsibility resources, and an overview on recalls and compliance standards.

    Are there any practical steps for responsible sourcing and ensuring compliance with the new rules surrounding social responsibility? Yes! This session will cover the realities and challenges of managing social responsibility obligations and help inform key decisions about partnerships and sourcing. This course qualifies as an elective under the Product Safety Aware Program. This webinar will focus on product safety, identifying hazards, product responsibility resources, and an overview on recalls and compliance standards. 

    Tom van Haaren

    Tom van Haaren is the program manager for Business Affiliates (EMEA) at the Fair Labor Association. Van Haaren is responsible for supporting the Fair Labor Association’s Participating Companies and Suppliers in the strategic implementation of the FLA Principles. He also works to raise awareness of the FLA and drive collaboration wherever possible. He is committed to the protection and advancement of worker’s rights throughout the global supply chain.

    Prior to joining the FLA, he served as the senior advisor for Responsible Sourcing at ICTI CARE. Van Haaren also held several positions that included working for the National Labor Relations Board as well as Calvert Investments, a socially responsible investment firm, where evaluated how companies can generate value from addressing risks in their global supply chains. He was also the senior account manager for North America at Sedex where he worked directly with companies to develop and implement effective responsible sourcing practices.
     
    He received a BA in History from Cornell University and a Master’s of Industrial and Labor Relations from the ILR school also at Cornell.

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  • Product Safety Awareness Package

    Contains 3 Product(s)

    The Product Safety Awareness Program is an earned certification by completed each component of this package. Once completed you will be able to print your Product Safety Awareness Ambassador certificate.

    The Product Safety Awareness Program is an earned certification by completed each component of this package. Once completed you will be able to print your Product Safety Awareness Ambassador certificate. 

    Take The Following Free Education Opportunities:

    • CAS Required Product Safety Basics (90 minutes)
    • PSA Required: Prop 65 and State Regulation (60 minutes)
    • PSA Required: Undue Influence Training (30 minutes)
    • Social Responsibility: Why Should We Care? (60)

    Upon Completion of the program: 

    • You will receive notice of credit for the course.
    • You will receive notification of your status and receive the "We Are Product Safety Aware" logos to be used in your marketing materials
    • You will be added to the list of Product Safety Aware companies on the PPAI website.
    • Make your plans to attend the Product Safety Summit, Expo & Expo East in the future
    • Adopt the PPAI Code of Conduct
    • Keep Your Product Safety Awareness Current 
    • Complete two hours of products safety education every two years in order to continue in the program.
  • Trained Advertising Specialist Package

    Contains 6 Product(s)

    Education program targeted towards promotional products professionals with less than three years of industry experience. This program will provide an overview of the promotional products industry and will provide a foundation for people working within the industry.

    Education program targeted towards promotional products professionals with less than three years of industry experience. This program will provide an overview of the promotional products industry and will provide a foundation for people working within the industry. Participants will earn the Trained Advertising Specialist (TAS) certificate once the 5 sessions have been completed. The TAS Certificate is required prior to starting the Certified Advertising Specialist (CAS) Certification program.  

  • TAS: Product Safety Basics

    Contains 5 Component(s), 1.50 credits offered Recorded On: 11/01/2017

    The consumer products market is becoming increasingly regulated and subject to scrutiny by many government agencies and consumer groups.This course introduces promotional products professionals to the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA), specific regulations concerning promotional products and other mandatory and voluntary standards. This course is required to attain the TAS certification, but attendees do not need to pursue a TAS to attend this session.

    Join Anne Stone for the Product Safety Basics. The consumer products market is becoming increasingly regulated and subject to scrutiny by many government agencies and consumer groups. In the changing market landscape, awareness and compliance are critical to the success of industry companies and professionals. This course introduces promotional products professionals to the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act (CPSIA), specific regulations concerning promotional products and other mandatory and voluntary standards. This course is required to attain the TAS certification, but attendees do not need to pursue a TAS to attend this session. This course contains information regarding United States regulations, laws and standards, specifically. For more info on this session please download the Presentation PDF and for more info please watch the Prop 65 and State Regulations webinar. 

    Anne Stone

    Director of Public Affairs

    Anne Stone is the director of public affairs for Promotional Products Association International (PPAI). She brings her background in public relations and communications to driving member advocacy and communicating product safety issues. Prior to joining PPAI, she worked with Conner Peripherals, then a Fortune 500 manufacturer of data storage solutions, where she managed media relations, special events and creative services. She also managed corporate communications for a manufacturer of high-performance visual display equipment, and was a senior account executive for a public relations agency. She currently serves as staff liaison to both the Government Relations Action Council and the Product Responsibility Action Council.

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