Make the Most of Your SuperCorrExpo® Experience

Participate in Specialty Trainings: Hazmat Packaging & the Production & Maintenance Forum

AICC, The Independent Packaging Association, is offering Hazmat Packaging: Roles and Responsibilities Under the HMR and the Production & Maintenance Forum during SuperCorrExpo®, August 10-11, in Orlando, Fl. 

Hazmat Packaging: Roles and Responsibilities Under the HMR

Most box makers face the situation routinely: customers want them to supply “hazmat packaging” [4G, 11G, 50G boxes]; and these are good business opportunities often securing large or high margin accounts, but the HMR are complex and tangential to your core business expertise.

What are your responsibilities under the HMR? Your customers’? What exactly does your government expect of you?  How do we get this right? What are the risks?

This seminar focuses on three categories of specific regulatory issues surrounding the roles of the box fabricator under the HMR for the tasks the routinely performed on behalf of their hazmat customers and is designed to help answer the questions above including strategies for compliance with the least internal friction.

Production & Maintenance Forum

Take a break from the pressure of urgent ship dates and equipment breakdowns to focus on innovations in packaging technology, as well as the skills and standard practices required to prevent emergencies and keep machines running at optimal levels. 

Participants will return to their own plants with a greater understanding of new and traditional technologies and how the standard practices (SOPs & Decision guides). Make best practice your standard practice.

Registration for either seminar is $795. Attendees can also get a discount on SuperCorrExpo® registration.  

More information about these programs can be found at www.SuperCorrExpo.org

Questions about training and the value a well-trained workforce brings to a company can be directed to Taryn Pyle, Director of Education & Leadership Development, tpyle@aiccbox.org, or Chelsea May, Education and Training Manager, cmay@aiccbox.org or 703.836.2422.