With the widespread appearance of COVID-19 around the globe, product compliance is more important than ever.
First and above all, we hope that you and your loved ones are safe, healthy, and can do everything in your power to avoid contracting COVID-19. Now is the time to review the facts, listen to medical experts, and follow directions. We will make it through this tough time.
Over the last four to six weeks, we have been on the road with little down time. We have been actively engaged in helping companies get products out the door to regions of the world that need it most. Our number one priority is to work with supply chains and tier 1 companies to get valuable supplies to those who need it.
In addition to critical products, it is also important that we do what we can to stabilize the world’s economies. Everyone together can do this by keeping companies in business, people in jobs, and parts and products moving to where they are needed. Part of moving products around the world is understanding and complying with global product regulations.
How have we helped? We are helping our clients by quickly training employees on material compliance regulations, starting compliance programs and data collection, as well as providing a gap assessment of where they are now and where they need to be.
With travel limited and in some places shut down, we are being asked to provide compliance training and consulting via online sources.
Currently, we offer training, consulting, and data collection services via our Zoom audio/video platform and through conference calls. We are in the process of building out online training to further reduce the need for global travel. Although we love being on site with customers and touring their facilities to better understand how products are made, now is not the time.
If your company needs help with any of the global product regulations, whether it be training, consulting, and/or data collection – contact us at email@example.com or go to our contact page and submit a request.
We will respond quickly and help in whatever way we can.
For up to date information on COVID-19, please check the Center for Disease Control (CDC) website:
Stay safe, stay healthy. We hope to talk with you soon.