ExTA Secretary Update for March Newsletter
Welcome members and supporters to our latest newsletter.
ExTA are now planning to deliver newsletters to our membership base four times every year.
We have also decided to allow our members to utilise our website home page to showcase new product and service releases.
The format will feature the new product on our homepage with a link to a page containing additional information as required.
The product release will remain on the home page for a period of 4 to 6 weeks, after which time, it will be relocated to a new product release section of our website for as long as the member negotiates for it to remain on the website.
There will only be a small once off cost applicable which will be a cost recovery basis for the coding of the web page.
ExTA are also offering its members a free notification service for Product Notices.
If your organisation needs to inform the industry of product issues/ recalls etc., we will put an industry notice on our website and email all members and supporters to inform them of the notice.
This service is free to all member organisations.
Please address any queries you have on either of the above to myself via the contact us form.
For those who are not aware, The ANZEx certification scheme was transferred from Standards Australia to JAS-ANZ (Joint Accreditation System of Australia and New Zealand) in August 2016.
JAS-ANZ have setup an technical advisory committee which currently has three members of the ExTA management committee as members. One of these members, Tim Webster, solely represents ExTA.
As always, we are looking for interesting articles for our newsletter and website. If you have something you would like to submit, please forward it to myself at the above email address.
Also remember that our forum is operating. It would be great to see greater use been made of this facility.
If you do not have, or have forgotten your login, please let me know at the above email and I will address your issues.
Best wishes to all for the New Year.