It is easy to become overwhelmed by the mere mention of product safety. PPAI made the bold decision to require any company wanting access to the PPAI marketplace to obtain the Product Safety Aware status indicating that they have a basic understanding of product responsibility obligations - That's the good news. The better news is that it's not just for suppliers anymore.
The Product Safety Awareness Program was designed to foster an industry - wide commitment and a culture where all companies, suppliers and distributors alike, are not only aware of product safety but are also engaged in the discussion.
PPAI and VAPPA are committed to bringing you the opportunity to gain this education. There are two opportunities available to you this fall to do just that. The PPAI Product Responsibility Summit in Bethesda, MD, is a two-day deep dive into the most compelling product responsibility issues facing out industry. The VAPPA Product Safety Awareness Training Seminar is a four-hour abridged course that will help distributors distinguish themselves in the marketplace.
Two Options To Take Your Product Responsibility Knowledge To The Next Level...
OPTION 1: PPAI Product Responsibility Summit - September 28-30, 2015 Bethesda, MD
• Ideal for company principles or legal staff
• Two-day deep dive into the most compelling product responsibility issues facing out industry
• PSA training on day one
• Tours of the CPSC lab and deep discussion of product responsibility challenges including social responsibility and the various state regulations and recalls
• $950 per attendee
OPTION 2: VAPPA's Product Safety Awareness Training - October 19, 2015 in Richmond, VA
• Ideal for all distributor principles and staff
• 4 hour course that will educate your team to the issues around safety and qualify you as Product Safety Early Adopter, a status you can promote in your marketing materials.
• $25 per attendee
Distributors who are "Product Safety Aware" provide their clients with peace of mind knowing that promotional products are not only effective but they are also safe. Corporate social responsibility and compliance aren’t the future or a fad. Your clients expect compliance now. Take advantage of one of these two opportunities this fall.