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- COVID-19 Resource Channel
PRINTING United Alliance is committed to providing our Functional Printing Community with the most up-to-date resources on COVID-19. Stay informed by visiting the COVID-19 Resource Channel.
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TAGA Presents is a free two-day event (on March 11 and March 23) featuring top industry thinkers giving you insights into technology breakthroughs and impacts in printing, graphic communications, and related fields. Our March event examines developments in sustainable packaging, color matching across processes, mining big data from MIS solutions, and the state of printed electronics.
TAGA Presents features top industry thinkers giving insights into technology breakthroughs and impacts in printing, graphic communications, and related fields. This event* examines developments in sustainable packaging, color matching across processes, advances in business intelligence, and the state of printed and hybrid electronics. It is presented by the Technical Association of the Graphic Arts (TAGA).
* TAGA Presents is a free two-day event held on March 11 and March 23. Registering once will automatically sign you up for both days. Specific login instructions will be provided upon registration which is applicable for both days.
PRINTING United Digital Experience’s Key Takeaways
December 11, 2020By Lauren Searson, Managing Editor, PRINTING United Alliance
PRINTING United Journal, December 2020
Making Kanban Personal
December 11, 2020By Rhonda Huskins, Regional VP, South Carolina Manufacturing Extension Partnership
PRINTING United Journal, December 2020
The Global Print Event of 2020: The PRINTING United Digital Experience
September 30, 2020By Denise M. Gustavson, NAPCO Media
PRINTING United Journal, September 2020
OSHA Proposes Changes to Hazard Communication Standard
February 24, 2021OSHA has proposed changes to its Hazard Communication Standard to meet the current version of the Global Harmonization Standard requirements. There are many proposed changes impacting labels, hazard determination, and Safety Data Sheets.
Ontario and Quebec Update their COVID-19 Workplace Requirements
February 16, 2021Two Canadian provinces provide updated guidance to businesses operating during the COVID-19 pandemic.
OSHA Issues New Guidance for COVID-19 Safe Work Practices
February 3, 2021In response to the Executive Order signed by President Biden, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) released on January 29, 2021, new guidance on mitigating and preventing the spread of COVID-19 in the workplace.
PRINTING United Alliance Partners with IT Strategies to Address Evolution of Printing Industry Classifications
February 25, 2021Industry professionals are invited to participate in special Standards Committee tasked with creating taxonomy roadmap that can be adopted into global and U.S. systems.
PRINTING United Alliance Commends Review of Legislative Proposals Providing United States Postal Service (USPS) with More Sustainable Financial Footing
February 24, 2021Latest hearing represents first step in advancing postal reform legislation through the 117th Congress.
Sun Chemical Releases Winter 2021 Regulatory Newsletter
February 10, 2021The latest newsletter features details about the reclassification of titanium dioxide in Europe as well as regulatory updates for cosmetics, toys, and more.
PRINTING United Alliance Announces Student Scholarship Program Now Open for 2021-22 Academic Year
February 4, 2021PRINTING United Alliance awards $50,000 in educational assistance to students pursuing a degree in Printing or Graphic Arts.
PRINTING United Alliance Supports National Association of Manufacturers and The Manufacturing Institute’s 'This is Our Shot' Campaign Against COVID-19
February 3, 2021This is Our Shot urges industries to get vaccinated against COVID-19 as a pivotal step toward saving lives and returning the manufacturing economy to normal operations .