Executive Strategies: Incorporation of Hazmat Regulations for Box Fabricators Webinar | Thursday, October 1, 2020 | 2:00pm EST
Customer requests for “HAZMAT” items can be a significant source of revenue enhancement for box fabricators. Through customer retention, full line service needs, single sourcing strategies, and increased margin for this service; meeting these
customer needs can be a significant revenue source and represent value for customers. These can be good business opportunities, often securing large or high margin accounts, but the Hazardous Materials Regulations [HMR] are complex and tangential
to your core business expertise and focus.
While most box companies that work in the Hazmat area often have a staff member trained in the specifics of the HMR; a higher level overview of the structure of the HMR as it relates to larger
company policies and business strategies can help executive management reduce liability, implement process controls, and supply structure for a successful program.
This webinar is intended to outline the structure of the HMR with respect
to management responsibility in the evaluation and control of regulatory and other risks in the context of capturing revenue associated with performing work on behalf of Hazmat customers.
• Using regulatory expertise to build value for customers
• Building internal structures to assure compliance where the burden falls on you
• Creating consistent internal policies to limit liability
• Identification of internal tasks regulated
by the HMR
• Use of available QMS structures to build a coherent, robust, transparent regulatory management system
AICC Member: $250
AICC Non-Member: $500
*This webinar is included in the All Access Pass
Lonnie Jaycox, CPP, CDGP
Lonnie Jaycox CPP, CDGP is an independent packaging engineer, consultant, and trainer in the implementation of compliance and packaging programs for regulated materials including hazardous materials (dangerous goods). He has
over 25 years' experience designing, testing, manufacturing, selecting, and implementing packaging programs for the transportation of Hazardous Materials. Lonnie is active in industry and related organizations, including: ASTM,
IoPP, AHMP, IHMM, and AICC.
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