Transparency and Traceability Across the Supply Chain

Instructor: Richard Maksimoski
Product ID: 704183
  • Duration: 60 Min

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The attendee will leave this session with more confidence, vision, and productivity. The confidence is knowing that you have more tools to keep your product in compliance with regulatory and company standards. The ability to establish the necessary processes will allow you to have confidence that your company will be safe.

Why Should You Attend:

The webinar is an overview of how to maintain traceability and transparency across the entire supply chain from project origin to the final customer/consumer. Without an effective process to address this topic, a company can be highly vulnerable to organizations, suppliers, and factories that strive to minimize cost while maximizing risk to their customers.

The key points to be covered in these critical issues include:

  • Transparency: It will cover both domestically produced and imported products. Though imported products (especially from Asia) typically pose more risk and potential for compliance issues, domestically produced products are by no means risk-free. This topic will be explored in depth with a process recommended to address prior to and after the start of production.
  • Traceability: Product raw materials and chemicals as well as packaging can be vulnerable to adulteration throughout the supply chain. By implementing a clear process for tracing these components from origin to final destination, a company will not only have confidence in their supply chain system, but will also be able to trace the source of the issue back to the origin, allowing for shared accountability and greater potential for restitution.

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • Processes for maintaining visibility throughout the supply chain
  • Simple process for tracing product from origin to final destination
  • Forms for documenting and maintain compliance
  • How to audit your internal processes for continuous improvement
  • Approach to insure initial and ongoing supplier/factory compliance
  • Why there is more to cost that the product quote

Who Will Benefit:

  • Vice presidents of quality and operations
  • Managers in compliance, QA/QC, and sourcing
  • Supervisors of personnel who conduct audits
  • QA/QC personnel
  • Factory personnel
  • Anyone related to supply chain, sourcing, purchasing

Instructor Profile:

Formerly the vice president and head of R&D/quality for Elmer’s Products, Inc., Richard Maksimoski has over 30 years of R&D experience at a broad range of CPG companies and industries including: Elmer’s Products (stationery, toy, office, hardware); Scotts Miracle-Gro (lawn and garden, pesticides); Jergens/Kao Brands (skin care, cosmetics, food); Kraft Foods (full range of food products); Procter & Gamble (cosmetics, hair care).

Mr. Maksimoski formed Maximum C/Q, LLC in July 2009 as a compliance, quality, and new business development consulting firm to help clients develop their growth strategy, manage project execution, source their production needs, and enable complete confidence in the compliance and quality needs to launch products.

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