We wanted to be sure you had a chance to come and ask questions or get help on forms and online resources so we've schedule dour annual renewal meeting at our offices on Oct. 17 at either 10 am or 2 pm. We can also come out and help you do open enrollment if you need that as well.
- EHS Check Up
- iLearning Center
- Taking Action on Newsprint Tariffs
- Support Our Suppliers
- Take Advantage of Sales Tax Exemption
- Turn Past Due Into Cash Flow
- Non-compete/Confidentiality Agreements
- CA Prop 65 - New Warning Requirements
We are now offering members for a limited time, a free review of their environmental and safety compliance programs. The safety component involves review of necessary written safety programs, assessment of efforts and procedures for identifying workplace hazards and reducing accidents and exposure to harmful situations and substances. It also includes training of personnel in accident prevention, accident response, emergency preparedness, and use of protective clothing and equipment. The environmental component involves a review of a company’s approach to complying with environmental regulations, such as managing hazardous waste to air emissions.
Call Gerry Bonetto at (909) 214-0944 for more information.
The Printing Industries of America has launched its new and improved iLearning Center and even more exciting news - this eLearning platform is now free for all Printer Members!
The iLearning Center features courses ranging from marketing to prepress to sales and more, all tailored to the printing industry. All courses are developed and taught by industry expert instructors. Your employees can now learn brush up their skills or learn a new technique, all at no cost to you.
Battling back on the newsprint tax (a.k.a. tariffs on uncoated groundwood paper imported from Canada) is a key lobbying priority and next week is a pivotal moment in this advocacy campaign. On July 17th, the International Trade Commission (ITC) will hold a hearing to determine whether to keep harmful tariffs on this critical raw material. Will you help us ensure that decision makers on Capitol Hill and in the Trump Administration hear loud and clear that Print Powers America?
You can help in three ways:
Sign our online petition and ask employees, customers, and other stakeholders to the same. Tell the ITC that trade law should not be used to harm the domestic print and publishing industry employing over 600,000 workers.
Urge your Senators and Representative to co-sponsor the PRINT Act (S. 2835/H.R. 6031). More than a quarter of Senators have signed on to this bipartisan bill and the House bill is gaining momentum. This bill would suspend current tariffs until a study is conducted on the economic consequences of such tariffs on the print and publishing industry.
Become a Print Powers America supporter today! Help us to continue waging important legislative, grassroots, and public affairs battles on behalf of your company and the industry by joining your peers to make a corporate contribution to Print Powers America. Working together we can amplify Printing Industries of America’s legislative advocacy and increase our chance of success.