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Product Safety Awareness Renewals

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Renewals

To renew your Product Safety Awareness status please complete any two of the Corporate Responsibility sessions listed below. 

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  • In Depth Look At How To Handle A Recall

    Contains 3 Component(s), 1.00 credit offered Includes a Live Event on 07/25/2018 at 2:00 PM (EDT)

    Join Susan DeRagon for this session on How To Handle A Recall. This session will guide you through the development of recall policies and procedures. It will address decisions and essential issues relevant to the requirements of an appropriate recall response. 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. 

    Susan DeRagon

    Senior Technical Consultant

    Susan DeRagon is senior technical consultant at AsiaInspection. With over 30 years of experience, DeRagon is a leading quality and safety expert on toys, children’s products, and promotional and licensed goods. She works closely with companies to provide the highest level of quality service in the areas of regulatory compliance, product testing, quality control and assurance, safety evaluations and inspections.

    DeRagon is an active member of The Toy Association and ASTM International, participating on several toy and children’s product standards committees. She is also a previous member of the Board of Directors for the International Consumer Product Health and Safety Organization (ICPHSO).

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  • Practical Quality Considerations for Audits and Sourcing

    Contains 3 Component(s), 1.00 credit offered Includes a Live Event on 06/20/2018 at 2:00 PM (EDT)

    Join us for an advanced focus on quality audits. During this in-depth learning session, Andy Church will take viewers on a deep dive into what to look for during an audit, and provide practical takeaways for implementation. Please note this session qualifies as an elective for the Product Safety Awareness initiative. 

    Andy Church

    Founder

    Andy Church founded Insight Quality in 2014 after 12 years living in Shenzhen, China and working in the quality assurance testing and supply chain support industry. Headquartered in Dallas, Texas with Chinese operations in Hong Kong, Shenzhen, Yiwu, and Qingdao, Insight provides companies sourcing in Asia with a well-supported team that can take care of overseas sourcing and quality inspection needs.  Whether it’s a short-term emergency or a long-term QA strategy, Andy and his team can serve as your boots on the ground and partner in Asia. He has over 20 years of experience with the ins and outs of product development, manufacturing, social accountability, and quality assurance. 

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  • CAS: How To Communicate Compliance To An End Buyer

    Contains 4 Component(s), 1.00 credit offered Recorded On: 05/09/2018

    Join Anne Stone for this session on how to communicate compliance to end buyers. A session designed to help you engage your customers in the compliance conversation. It covers how you can start the conversation, what questions to ask and the best practices necessary to back up your compliance talk. At the end you will understand how to use the tools provided in order to deliver the compliance message with confidence. This session qualifies as an "elective" under the Product Safety Aware Program.

    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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  • PSA Required: Prop 65 and State Regulations

    Contains 4 Component(s), 1.00 credit offered Recorded On: 04/11/2018

    Join Anne Stone for this session on Prop 65 and State Regulations. Big changes are coming to Cal Prop 65 that could cost you and your business. In addition to the federal regulations that affect the promotional products industry, individual states have passed laws that can affect your company as well. This session is a must for navigating your interstate deals, not just by knowing the rules, but by having strategies in place to manage them. This course is a required element of the Product Safety Aware program. This course contains information regarding United States regulations, laws and standards, specifically. 

    Recommended Pre-Requisite: CAS Required: Product Safety Basics

    Anne Stone

    Director of public affairs

    Anne Stone is the director of public affairs. Anne is responsible for guiding PPAI's legislative and government relations efforts, including taking a contingent of PPAI members to Washington, DC, to advocate directly to US lawmakers on issues important to the promotional products industry. Anne also oversees the Association's product responsibility programs including the development of industry best practices and the PPAI Product Safety Summit, a two-day education event focused specifically on product responsibility issues. She currently serves as staff liaison to both the Government Relations Advisory Council and the Product Responsibility Advisory Group.

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  • ICPHSO 2018 Recap: Accelerated Change In The Exponential Age

    Contains 4 Component(s), 1.00 credit offered Recorded On: 03/21/2018

    Join Karolyn Helda for this webinar as she shares information from the 25th annual ICPHSO product safety symposium, whose theme was "Accelerated Change in the Exponential Age: Learning from History to Make Safer Products in the Future".  With new products continually being developed, this webinar will explore ways to identify potential product hazards and how to mitigate them, how to use emerging technologies to accelerate product safety, and how to make retailers (brands) happy.  This webinar will include updates on CPSC programs as well as Prop 65, and how to use social media and technology to reach and protect your customers.  This session qualifies as an elective under the Product Safety Aware Program.

    Karolyn Helda

    Managing Director

    Karolyn Helda is the managing director of AI's North American operations and has more than 25 years of experience in the consumer products quality assurance industry with 15 years of direct experience with promotional products. Her knowledge spans toys and children's products, textiles and general merchandise, as well as consumable consumer goods such as over-the-counter drugs, health and beauty items, and food. She has previously held roles in laboratory management, global compliance program development and management, and protocol development according to international testing requirements.

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  • Structural Safety: The Life-And-Death Question of Your Supply Chain

    Contains 4 Component(s), 1.00 credit offered Recorded On: 02/28/2018

    Despite many initiatives to improve structural safety in global supply chains, factory fires and building collapses still plague low-cost manufacturing countries, destroying property, infrastructure and human lives. Most of these losses are preventable through proactive assessment, corrective action and education. This webinar, presented by David Feig of AI, focuses on the- current state of structural, fire and electric safety in global manufacturing; the leading causes of safety failures; and best practices for using structural audits to create a safer supply chain. This session will count as an elective for the product safety awareness initiative. 

    David Feig

    Senior Key Account Manager

    David Feig is a 45 year veteran of the global supply chain.  He spent 37 years functioning as a foreign buying agent, specializing in apparel. He spent much of that career traveling and sourcing on behalf of brands and retail clients throughout Asia, with a short stint sourcing from South America.

    For the past eight years, Mr. Feig has served in his current role as a senior key account manager at Asiainspection, Ltd (AI), performing supplier audit programs, product inspections and lab testing. AI is a global quality control and compliance service provider that partners with brands, retailers and importers around the world to secure, manage and optimize their global supply chain.

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  • Detoxing The Supply Chain

    Contains 4 Component(s), 1.00 credit offered Recorded On: 01/24/2018

    Join Kathrin Endress for an overview of the efforts within the consumer products industry to address the need for sound chemical management within the global supply chain. Learn about the industries, associations and committees that are active in the DETOX and sustainability space, and hear best practices and related case studies. Attendees will receive a basic overview of ZDHC and other global initiatives. This session is an elective for the product safety awareness initiative. 

    Kathrin Endress

    Director of the Technical Competence Center For Textiles

    Kathrin Endress is the director of the Technical Competence Center for Textiles at TÜV Rheinland. TÜV Rheinland, a leader in independent testing and quality assurance services, provides technical expertise, dedicated client service, customized solutions and integrated services, as well as a comprehensive approach to product safety, compliance, quality, brand protection and supply chain management. Prior to re-joining TÜV in 2017, Kathrin worked for a global sporting goods company as well as in the chemical industry, where she was involved in compliance and sustainability projects.

     

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  • Product Responsibility: Top Product Categories

    Contains 4 Component(s), 1.00 credit offered Recorded On: 12/13/2017

    Join Anne Stone for this session on Product Responsibility Top Product Categories. This session will walk you through tips and best practices to differentiate your company from the competition by explaining all of your product safety compliance obligations in a clear and compelling manner, and it will address each of the top product categories in detail. As an added bonus, this session will serve as an elective for PPAI's Product Safety Aware initiative.

    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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  • Code of Conduct Adoption and Implementation: Challenges and Opportunities

    Contains 4 Component(s), 1.00 credit offered Recorded On: 09/27/2017

    The journey from understanding why your company needs a code of conduct to adopting and implementing code standards in your supply chain presents both challenges and opportunities for your company to grow and learn. Identifying the realities and challenges that can accompany code adoption and implementation will help you better address these challenges when you face them. Conversely, the code adoption journey can also present some excellent opportunities for your company that go beyond satisfying your clients and buyers’ business expectations. During this hour-long session, FLA staff, Melissa Morgan will walk through some realities and challenges companies face, as well as opportunities your company can seize, as you go through the process of adopting and implementing a code of conduct.  This session qualifies as a Product Safety Aware elective.

    Heeral Coleman

    Director, Stakeholder Services and Communications

    Over the past ten years at the Fair Labor Association, Heeral Coleman has assumed a range of responsibilities in service of the FLA’s mission of improving working conditions worldwide. Currently, she oversees the Stakeholder Services and Communications departments. In this role, she is responsible, along with her team of program managers, for comprehensive on-boarding of new brand and supplier affiliates, providing training and capacity-building guidance to affiliated companies and universities, and communicating the progress and thought leadership of the FLA and its stakeholders in the social responsibility and compliance arenas. Heeral brings to the FLA a decade of professional experience from her native India, and holds Master’s degrees in International Policy and Public Communication from the George Washington University and American University respectively. She is based in the FLA headquarters in Washington, D.C. 


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  • Product Responsibility Summit 2017: Import Surveillance

    Contains 3 Component(s), 1.00 credit offered

    Why do products get stopped and how do you get them released? Jim Joholske and Steve Gardner will review the current state of port surveillance operations and deliver clear guidance on what you need to start doing, stop doing and the resources to keep products moving through the ports efficiently. 

    Jim Joholske

    Deputy Director

    Jim Joholske began his career at the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) in July 2000 in the agency's Office of Compliance and Field Operations. While in the Office of Compliance and Field Operations, he primarily focused on enforcement of mandatory regulations governing consumer fireworks and cigarette lighters.

    Jim joined CPSC's newly formed Office of Import Surveillance in 2008 and currently serves as the Office's Deputy Director. The Office of Import Surveillance co-locates CPSC investigators at the largest ports of entry across the country. CPSC staff work side-by-side with U.S. Customs and Border Protection personnel to identify and examine imported shipments that may contain hazardous merchandise.

    CPSC is charged with protecting the public from unreasonable risks of injury or death from thousands of types of consumer products under the agency's jurisdiction. The CPSC is committed to protecting consumers and families from products that pose a fire, electrical, chemical, or mechanical hazard or can injure children. The CPSC's work to ensure the safety of consumer products - such as toys, cribs, power tools, cigarette lighters, and household chemicals - contributed significantly to the 30 percent decline in the rate of deaths and injuries associated with consumer products over the past 30 years. Jim and his wife live in Silver Spring, MD with their daughter, Emma, and son, Jake.

    Steve Gardner

    Compliance Investigator

    Steve Gardner is a compliance investigator at the port of Long Beach for the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, Import Surveillance Division.  As part of the import surveillance team, Steve is tasked with protecting the public against unreasonable risks of injury associated with the use of consumer products.  He accomplishes this by screening cargo at the port of entry prior to its introduction to commerce.  Steve previously worked as a Consumer Safety Officer for the FDA and has over 15 years of experience in screening hazardous products.

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  • CAS: Social Responsibility: Why Should We Care?

    Contains 4 Component(s), 1.00 credit offered Recorded On: 09/13/2017

    As corporate responsibility continues its rise in prevalence as a major factor in today’s business world, buyers and clients increasingly require their suppliers and business partners to put codes of conduct in place as a condition of doing business. Codes of conduct are an articulation of a company’s social compliance expectations at the factory level, regardless of whether those factories are owned or contracted by the company. Understanding why social responsibility is on the rise and why companies need codes of conduct can help you better navigate your social compliance-related business requirements and have more productive conversations with others within your company and with potential customers. During this hour-long session, Fair Labor Association staff, Heeral Coleman, will examine the evolving landscape and explore with you the reasons why you should develop a code of conduct and, more broadly, why your company should take a proactive approach to corporate responsibility. This session qualifies as a Product Safety Aware elective.

    Marissa Morgan

    Program Manager

    Marissa is currently the Program Manager for Business Affiliates in the Americas at the Fair Labor Association, where she works on on-boarding and training with Participating Companies and Participating Suppliers based in the western hemisphere, and Category B licensees. Previously, she served as the FLA’s Licensee Program Manager, where she worked with collegiate licensees on building social compliance program. She holds an MA from the University of Geneva (Switzerland) and a BA from Boston University.

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  • Declaration Of Independent Contractors: Pillars And Pitfalls

    Contains 4 Component(s), 1.00 credit offered Recorded On: 08/30/2017

    Join Cory Halliburton for this session on the pillars of independent contractor classification. This session will also discuss the legal and tax pitfalls that may arise in the event of misclassification. This session qualifies as a Product Safety Aware elective.

    Cory Halliburton

    Attorney At Law

    Cory Halliburton is an attorney with the law firm of Weycer, Kaplan, Pulaski & Zuber. He has served as General Counsel for PPAI since May 2014 and since that time he has participated in just about every PPAI Board meeting and strategic planning session and has reviewed hundreds of contracts for PPAI. He also supports in-house counsel of publicly traded companies and executives in the tax-exempt organizations space in their drafting and negotiation of substantial vendor agreements. 

    Cory Halliburton graduated Magna Cum Laude from Texas Tech University School of Law in 2003 and, among other accolades, was the recipient of the 2013 Outstanding Young Lawyer Award from the Fort Worth-Tarrant County Young Lawyers Association.

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  • To Exempt Or Not to Exempt, That Is The FLSA Question

    Contains 4 Component(s), 1.00 credit offered Recorded On: 08/09/2017

    Join Cory Halliburton for this webinar on the factors, requirements and other business and legal matters affecting employee classifications under the Fair Labor Standards Act. This session qualifies as a Product Safety Aware elective.

    Cory Halliburton

    Attorney At Law

    Cory Halliburton is an attorney with the law firm of Weycer, Kaplan, Pulaski & Zuber. He has served as General Counsel for PPAI since May 2014 and since that time he has participated in just about every PPAI Board meeting and strategic planning session and has reviewed hundreds of contracts for PPAI. He also supports in-house counsel of publicly traded companies and executives in the tax-exempt organizations space in their drafting and negotiation of substantial vendor agreements. 

    Cory Halliburton graduated Magna Cum Laude from Texas Tech University School of Law in 2003 and, among other accolades, was the recipient of the 2013 Outstanding Young Lawyer Award from the Fort Worth-Tarrant County Young Lawyers Association.

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  • Go-Go Bananas: Challenges of Product Liability and Indemnification Up and Down the Stream of Commerce

    Contains 4 Component(s), 1.00 credit offered Recorded On: 07/19/2017

    Promotional products industry professionals should understand how liability for product defects may arise and flow within the stream of commerce, and how the players in the stream may allocate (or may be statutorily required to allocate) risk through indemnity and other arrangements. 

    The existence or scope of liability and indemnity in a particular product stream depends on common law principles, statutory law and state reforms, contractual agreements and public policy. In this presentation, we will consider the various moving parts within the concept of product liability and indemnity with the hope that we will all gain good knowledge that will improve your individual businesses and the promotional products industry as a whole.This session qualifies as a Product Safety Aware elective. 

    Cory Halliburton

    Attorney At Law

    Cory Halliburton is an attorney with the law firm of Weycer, Kaplan, Pulaski & Zuber. He has served as General Counsel for PPAI since May 2014 and since that time he has participated in just about every PPAI Board meeting and strategic planning session and has reviewed hundreds of contracts for PPAI. He also supports in-house counsel of publicly traded companies and executives in the tax-exempt organizations space in their drafting and negotiation of substantial vendor agreements. 

    Cory Halliburton graduated Magna Cum Laude from Texas Tech University School of Law in 2003 and, among other accolades, was the recipient of the 2013 Outstanding Young Lawyer Award from the Fort Worth-Tarrant County Young Lawyers Association.

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  • Making Your Import Compliance Manual Work for You

    Contains 4 Component(s), 1.00 credit offered Recorded On: 07/12/2017

    Do you have an import compliance manual that works for your company?  In this session Michelle Schulz will explore how to develop a practical import compliance manual that satisfies US government expectations while taking into account your business goals.  This webinar will help you address the regulatory compliance of your products before you produce and distribute them. This session is an elective for the Product Safety Aware program.

    Michelle Schulz

    Partner and Co-Founder

    Michelle Schulz is co-founder and co-chair of Gardere’s International Trade Practice. In addition, she co-chairs the firm’s broader International Practice Group, which provides end-to-end solutions for global business transactions and litigation worldwide. As a leading authority in international trade law, Schulz represents a range of corporate clients in matters relating to U.S. trade regulations such as the International Traffic in Arms Regulations, the U.S. Export Administration Regulations, and the various sanctions and embargoes administered by the Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control. She also routinely represents clients in government investigations, audits, disclosures, fines, penalties, and forfeitures. She also guides corporate clients on export and import policies and procedures, export licensing, duty savings, and other trade compliance matters.

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  • Legislation And Agencies That Regulate The Use of Promotional Products

    Contains 3 Component(s), 1.00 credit offered Recorded On: 05/31/2017

    Promotional products fall under the jurisdiction of a variety of government agencies and their regulations. Join Ben Kornblet for this overview, and learn which agencies and which regulations apply to your product. This webinar will help you address the regulatory compliance of your products before you produce and distribute them. This session is an elective for the Product Safety Aware program.

    Ben Kornblet

    Manager of Global Consumer Regulatory Affairs

    Ben Kornblet is the Program Manager for Global Regulatory Affairs Manager in UL’s Consumer and Retail Services division where he leads a team that advises clients on how global legislative and regulatory activity might impact a client’s supply chain. Prior to joining UL in 2015, Mr. Kornblet was the Principal of BKC Group where he provided regulatory and business consulting services to clients with interests in the regulatory developments at the Consumer Product Safety Commission and the Food and Drug Administration. In total, he has spent 15 years in Washington working on legislative and regulatory policy on a variety of issues including product safety and the environment.  Mr. Kornblet holds a JD from Syracuse University, a Master in Public Administration from Syracuse’s Maxwell School of Public Citizenship, and a BA from Tulane University. 


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  • Creating a Functional Export Manual

    Contains 4 Component(s), 1.00 credit offered Recorded On: 05/17/2017

    How is your export manual working for you?  Drafting an export compliance manual can be daunting and time-consuming, but the real challenge is often in making it functional.  In this interactive session, Michelle Schulz will discuss day-to-day challenges and tested solutions for creating a functional export manual.  Using case examples, Schulz will venture beyond the “legalese” into the implementation phase in a global business environment. This session is an elective for the Product Safety Aware program.   

    Michelle Schulz

    Partner and Co-Founder

    Michelle Schulz is co-founder and co-chair of Gardere’s International Trade Practice. In addition, she co-chairs the firm’s broader International Practice Group, which provides end-to-end solutions for global business transactions and litigation worldwide. As a leading authority in international trade law, Schulz represents a range of corporate clients in matters relating to U.S. trade regulations such as the International Traffic in Arms Regulations, the U.S. Export Administration Regulations, and the various sanctions and embargoes administered by the Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control. She also routinely represents clients in government investigations, audits, disclosures, fines, penalties, and forfeitures. She also guides corporate clients on export and import policies and procedures, export licensing, duty savings, and other trade compliance matters.

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  • Exploring The New Toy Safety Standard ASTM F963-16

    Contains 4 Component(s), 1.00 credit offered Recorded On: 04/26/2017

    Join Sue DeRagon for this session on the new toy standard. The new edition of the U.S. Standard Consumer Safety Specification for Toy Safety, ASTM F963-16, was published on October 20, 2016 and supersedes ASTM F963-11. The updated standard includes numerous changes, including significant new requirements for battery-operated toys, expanding materials, toys with magnets, and projectile toys. Compliance to ASTM F963-16 will be mandatory per CPSC’s final rule for products manufactured on or after April 30, 2017. Many retailers are already requiring compliance. Learn details about the changes in ASTM F963-16 to assess your products’ compliance. This session is an elective for the Product Safety Aware program.

    Susan DeRagon

    Senior Technical Consultant

    Susan DeRagon is the Senior Technical Consultant for Asia Inspection. Ms. DeRagon has over 25 years of experience in the toy and premiums industry, and has worked with PPAI as a technical consultant since 2008. Ms. DeRagon has conducted numerous technical seminars and webinars, and works closely with companies to provide the highest level of quality service in the areas of product testing, quality assurance, safety evaluations and inspections.

    Ms. DeRagon is an active member of the Toy Industry Association and the American Society for Testing and Materials, participating on several toy and children's product standards committees. She is also on the Board of Directors for ICPHSO, the International Consumer Product Health and Safety Organization.

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  • Technology: Know The Rules And Dangers When Shipping Electronics 2017

    Contains 4 Component(s), 1.00 credit offered Recorded On: 04/12/2017

    Join George Kerchner for this session on Knowing the rules and dangers of transporting batteries. If you ship batteries and other technology products this session is a must for you to attend. Shipping regulations, intended to protect against hazards, are different for air, land and sea, international and domestic transportation. These regulations have often been regarded as complex and difficult to understand for many shippers. To complicate matters even more, as of April 2016, when shipped alone, Lithium-ion power banks carry more stringent shipping regulations than in the past. Learn first-hand what your obligations are under these complex regulations as we attempt to break it all down in plain language. This session is an elective for the Product Safety Aware program.

    George Kerchner

    Executive director

    George  Kerchner has served as the executive director of PRBA-The Rechargeable Battery Association (www.prba.org) since 2006.  He represents PRBA at domestic and international transportation forums such as the United Nations Subcommittee of Experts on the Transport of Dangerous Goods, and the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Dangerous Goods Panel.  

    Kerchner is also a senior regulatory analyst with the law firm of Wiley Rein LLP in Washington, D.C.  He provides dangerous goods consulting services and regularly conducts dangerous goods training programs for shippers of lithium batteries and other dangerous goods.

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  • U.S. Customs Incentive Programs: C-TPAT and ISA

    Contains 3 Component(s), 1.00 credit offered Recorded On: 03/08/2017

    If your company is currently an importer or exporter, you’ll want to attend this webinar. Our featured speaker will discuss two incentive-based partnership programs offered by U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP).  The Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) was created in the aftermath of September 11, 2001. C-TPAT is a supply chain security program that rewards member-companies with benefits in return for tightening up supply chain security protocols. Participants are granted incentives such as fewer CBP cargo examinations and front of line privileges in the event an exam is required. C-TPAT is also open to U.S. exporters. Our speaker will also discuss the Importer Self-Assessment Program (ISA). Qualified participants in the ISA program are removed from CBP audit pools. Participation in C-TPAT is a prerequisite to applying for ISA. This webinar is ideally suited for any company engaged in importing or exporting and for any person involved in international trade compliance, logistics or security. This session is an elective for the Product Safety Aware program.

    Michael Laden

    Founder and CEO

    Michael Laden is the Founder and CEO of Trade Innovations and specializes in customs compliance and supply chain security consulting. Mr. Laden has more than 35 years of experience in the international trade industry. 

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