This live, 60 minute webinar, co-sponsored with the Fashion Jewelry and Accessories Trade Association (FJATA ) will provide an overview of CPSIA, Prop. 65 requirements, ASTM Children's Standards, ASTM Adult's Standards, Green Chemistry compliance issues, and an introduction to the theory and practice of how XRF supports QA/QC functions.
This webinar will highlight the benefits of using XRF as a screening tool for supply chain quality control, and discusses managing risks of using XRF as a screening tool. It will discuss:
- Compliance issues (CPSIA and Prop 65)
- ASTM Children's and Adult Standards
- Green chemistry compliance issues
- Basic theory and use of X-ray Fluorescence (XRF) as a screening tool
Be Prepared For The Increase In Regulatory Enforcement
Recently, there has been a substantial increase in enforcement in regulatory compliance, with a focus on consumer products, and the fashion jewelry industry as one of the main targets. We will present the regulation updates and show how X-Ray fluorescence (XRF) technology can help you manage your regulation risk while lowering your testing costs.
Recent changes to the CPSIA, the Consumer Product Safety Improvement Act, and other consumer product regulations are having a significant impact on fashion jewelry products. The increased enforcement and compliance requirements for this law create the need for fashion jewelry manufacturers, as well as brand holders, to become properly educated about its impact.
If you are in the jewelry business and work in corporate management; product design & development; HS&E; regulatory affairs; engineering; or responsible for product compliance/testing/certification, this webinar will increase your understanding of regulatory compliance in the US.
Brent is the Executive Director, FJATA and brings 40 years of jewelry industry experience to the Association. He has held senior management positions in both fashion and precious metals companies. He began his career by founding Brevonne Creations Inc., a jewelry manufacturer, and later transitioned to costume jewelry as President of Alexis Ashley, a division of Weingeroff Enterprises Inc. Brent has also served as: CEO of Jody Coyote Inc.; President and CEO of Nordic Group LLC; and COO at Dolath Inc., a manufacturer of gold chain.
Sheila joined Keller and Heckman in 1980. Ms. Millar works with clients to navigate the array of federal and state requirements related to business regulation. Ms. Millar counsels clients on risk management and product safety strategies, compliance with CPSC requirements, including new CPSIA requirements, green chemistry and other product safety laws. She chairs the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) Marketing and Advertising Commission Working Group on Sustainability.
Megan is an Applications Scientist at OlympusNDT, Analytical Instruments Division, and focuses on XRF applications for jewelry and precious metals. She has a Ph.D. in Chemistry and extensive experience in a wide range of analytical laboratory techniques.
Jiaxin is the Business Development Manager for Consumer Products/RoHS Regulations in the Analytical Instruments Division, at OlympusNDT. Jiaxin has extensive knowledge in regulatory compliance and has successfully hosted similar events.