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It can be very costly to be on the wrong side of California Proposition 65 (Prop 65). With updates to the law becoming effective later this summer, it is important to be sure that your company is ready. AAFA has the tools to help you navigate the new Prop 65 warning label options, including requirements for specific chemicals to be listed on your product. Join us as we review what you must know to prepare in the last few months before the updates to Prop 65 become effective.
Attendees of this webinar will learn:
- Best practices for compliance with California Prop 65,
- Acceptable warning language for product labels,
- Differences between the new Prop 65 short form and long form warnings, and
- Risk management based approaches to selecting chemical names for long form warnings.
Government Relations Representative
As a Government Relations Representative, Kristen leads the AAFA sustainability portfolio and serves as liaison to the Environmental Committee. She also serves as liaison to AAFA’s Product Safety Council. Prior to joining AAFA full-time, Kristen worked as a Government Relations intern for AAFA, assisting with the Corporate Social Responsibility portfolio. Kristen holds Bachelor’s Degrees in Fashion Merchandising and Design, and French, with a minor in Chemistry from Virginia Tech.
Senior Vice President, Supply Chain
Nate Herman oversees AAFA’s government relations department, managing the association’s lobbying, policy, and regulatory affairs activities. Nate leads AAFA’s corporate social responsibility (CSR) program, formulating and implementing CSR policy and representing AAFA and the industry on CSR issues before governments, NGOs, and other key stakeholders. Nate also leads the association’s work on sustainability, transportation, logistics, and customs issues. In addition, Nate develops all apparel and footwear industry data and statistics as AAFA's resident economist. Prior to joining AAFA, Nate worked for six years at the U.S. Department of Commerce's International Trade Administration assisting U.S. firms in entering the global market. Nate spent the last two years as the Department's industry analyst for the footwear and travel goods industries. Nate received a Masters of Public and International Affairs from the University of Pittsburgh in 1994 and a Bachelor of Arts in International Relations and Economics from the University of Delaware in 1992.