Speakers highlight importance of being ready for just about anything.
David Savastano, Editor07.31.18
In 2018, Sonoma was among the northern California regions devastated by fires. There were some concerns that the 2018 National Association of Printing Ink Manufacturers’ (NAPIM) Annual Convention, scheduled for Sonoma, might have to be moved. However, the region has recovered.
The lessons learned from the fire, from the need to prepare for the worst and how to recover, led to NAPIM putting a focus on how industry can move forward from any disaster. As a result, the convention, which was held at the Sonoma Mission Inn & Spa, Sonoma, CA, from April 20-23, focused on the theme of “Emergency Preparedness.” Speakers covered a range of topics, from the fire itself to workplace violence, cyber security and more.
John Copeland and George Fuchs of NAPIM said the conference was a success.
“I think we had a great theme to work with ‘Emergency Preparedness 2018,’” said Copeland, NAPIM’s executive director. “Our planning committee f
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