Safety/Compliance Seminar underscores manufacturers' commitments.April 14, 2014 -
AEM's annual product safety and compliance seminar, taking place in Chicago (Schaumburg), IL from April 29–30, offers industry forum by and for equipment manufacturers for discussion of critical issues involving design, manufacture, and use of their products. Seminar will feature "Standing the Test of Time: Product Safety that Endures" theme and offer 20+ focused sessions from basic safety-and-compliance-process best practices to latest regulations, standards, and technology.
AEM Product Safety and Compliance Seminar Underscores Manufacturers' Commitment to Safety
Association of Equipment Manufacturers
6737 West Washington St., Ste. 2400
Milwaukee, WI, 53214
Press release date: April 7, 2014
Hundreds of off-road equipment industry professionals will gather April 29 – 30 in Chicago (Schaumburg), Illinois at the Association of Equipment Manufacturers’ (AEM) annual product safety and compliance seminar, seeking the latest industry knowledge to help them fine-tune company programs.
The AEM event is developed specifically by and for equipment manufacturers as an industry forum to discuss critical issues involved in the design, manufacture and use of their products.
With the theme of “Standing the Test of Time: Product Safety that Endures,” the seminar offers more than 20 focused sessions from basic safety-and-compliance-process best practices to the latest regulations, standards and technology. The content is global in reach and applicable to the day-to-day jobs of safety professionals from beginners to mid-level to seasoned employees.
For added value, attendees can also participate at no charge in an optional April 28 half-day fundamentals course, The Cornerstone of Product Safety, before the seminar.
And the AEM Product Liability Seminar will be held May 1. The liability seminar uses a mock trial (based on an actual case and facilitated by a team of experienced trial lawyers) to help AEM member professionals put their product safety and liability practices into the context of real-world litigation.
All three events are at the Hyatt Regency Schaumburg in Schaumburg, Illinois. For more information and to register, visit the Education section of the AEM website www.aem.org.
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