Small scale manufacturers bring us beautiful, delicious, creative, sustainable and useful products that we enjoy every day. It takes a tremendous amount of patience, skill and wisdom to bring so many supplies, ingredients and machines together to create these amazing products.
Join us for a focused discussion with specialists about resources, safety regulations, and requirements for makers and small scale manufacturers as they bring locally made products to businesses near you.
Our speakers include Erin Adams of the Seattle Good Business Network who will share about her work with small scale manufacturers and the power of the circular economy to revolutionize not just what manufacturers make but how they make their products every day.
We will hear from Jim Lawrence, Consultation Manager, L&I Division of Occupational Safety and Health (DOSH) who will present practical safety tips, resources and free L&I consulting services available to every manufacturer in Washington state.
We will also welcome Shelton Stile, President/Owner/Founder of South 2 West Boiled Peanuts who will offer valuable insights from the perspective of a food based enterprise in Washington.
This webinar is presented by the Washington State Microenterprise Association (WSMA) in partnership with the Washington State Department of Labor & Industries for Employer Outreach and Education, the Washington State Division of Occupational Safety & Health, the Seattle Good Business Network, South 2 West Peanuts and The Seattle Public Library's Library to Business Program.