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IWPA adds online compliance training

The International Wood Products Association will be offering three courses from its Wood Trade Compliance Training via live online classes on the Zoom platform.

The course topics include Advanced Wood Trade Compliance, Wood Products Supply Chain Mapping, and Formaldehyde Emission Regulations.

“IWPA’s courses have served as a critical tool to provide the training and resources for wood trade professionals to successfully fulfill their role in sourcing decisions,” IWPA’s executive director Cindy Squires said in a statement.

“Our live, virtual courses will deliver the same intensive and interactive instruction on sourcing and compliance. These courses will equip attendees with due diligence tools that reflect the legal requirements and the industry’s need for flexibility to adjust their corporate standards and procedures based on the particular specifications of their product, the country of origin and the complexity of their supply chain.”

For more, visit www.iwpawood.org.

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