Winston-Salem, NC (PRWEB) September 04, 2015
Inmar announced today that its regulatory experts will address the Consumer Health Products Association (CHPA) joint meeting of its Product, Quality and Manufacturers, Dietary Supplements and Supply Chain Committees.
With the complex regulatory landscape for hazardous waste handling rules constantly evolving in the consumer goods industry, it can be difficult for companies to navigate, stay abreast of all the changes and remain compliant. Richard Sieg, Inmar Regulatory Counsel, and Michael Foy, Inmar Director of Manufacturer Business Development, will present on the dynamics of the current state of regulation and discuss strategies for enabling executable compliance programs.
The session will cover updates on current regulatory developments for consumer goods manufacturers and provide a look at which states are most stringently regulating hazardous waste handling in the supply chain.
Discussion will also explore manufacturers’ risks in the current regulatory environment, the retailer’s perspective and approaches, coupled with recommendations of ways to collaborate for compliance across the entire supply chain continuum.
Sieg is Inmar’s Regulatory Counsel. He has worked on all sides of regulatory concerns as a regulator, an industry-compliance environmental engineer and as legal counsel for commercial and industrial clients. He has published articles and presented for national publications and the NC Bar Association on regulatory compliance concerns.
Foy brings more than 20 years of logistics industry experience and works with Inmar’s manufacturing clients to optimize their supply chains through efficiency improvements, reducing returns volume and costs, and improving supply chain visibility. His work with manufacturers includes recalls and returns management across all industries.
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The Consumer Healthcare Products Association (CHPA) is the 134-year-old trade association representing the leading manufacturers and marketers of over-the-counter (OTC) medicines and dietary supplements. Every dollar spent by consumers on OTC medicines saves the U.S. healthcare system $6-$7, contributing a total of $102 billion in savings each year. CHPA is committed to promoting the increasingly vital role of over-the-counter medicines and dietary supplements in America’s healthcare system through science, education, and advocacy. For more information about CHPA, visit http://www.chpa.org.
Inmar is a technology company that operates intelligent commerce networks. Our platforms connect offline and online transactions in real time for leading retailers, manufacturers and trading partners across multiple industries who rely on Inmar to securely manage billions of dollars in transactions. Our Promotions, Supply Chain and Healthcare platforms enable commerce, generate meaningful data and offer growth-minded leaders actionable analytics and execution with real-time visibility. Founded in 1980, Inmar is headquartered in Winston-Salem, North Carolina with locations throughout the United States, Mexico and Canada.
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