On May 22nd, Dean W. Woodard, Director of the Office of Education, Global Outreach and Small Business Ombudsman, CPSC, will be speaking to interested business in the metropolitan Dallas/Fort Worth Region. The presentation will be an overview of U.S. regulatory requirements for consumer products (including children’s products) and will also explain the requirements and benefits of registering as a small batch manufacturer with CPSC. The presentation is free and open to the public. The presentation was initiated by the CPSC’s Office of Education, Global Outreach, and Small Business Ombudsman. The program will take place in the Trinity Room on the ground floor of the Earle Cabell Federal Building in downtown Dallas. The conference room is adjacent to the main lobby on the ground floor. The Cabell building is located at 1100 Commerce Street. Please allow time to pass through security. Advance registration is requested (but not required) to ensure adequate seating. Please RSVP at: email@example.com. You may contact Dean W. Woodard at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or to schedule a time to speak individually.
Wednesday, May 1, 2013
CPSC Strategy, Import Surveillance, and Product Testing
Dean W. Woodard, Director of the Office of Education, Global Outreach, and Small Business Ombudsman, Consumer Product Safety Commission, will be speaking, May 21st, to attendees at the National Retail Federation’s Supply Chain Summit in Dallas, Texas. The presentation, titled CPSC Strategy, Import Surveillance, and Product Testing was requested by Jon Gold of the National Retail Federation. This program will focus specifically on issues related to CPSC’s efforts to ensure safety in the marketplace. Testing of all manufactured goods will also be discussed.