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FSC Reaches Out to Performers with Testing Services Survey

Diane Duke

Adult Production Safety & Health Services (APHSS.org), which is operated by Free Speech Coalition (FSC) is reaching out to performers with a survey on the performer testing program. The survey is meant to gather feedback about the APHSS.org testing program and will be sent to performers, producers and agents that have signed up for the program.

The survey is multiple choice and those that fill out the survey will be able to send their comments on APHSS.org and its affiliated testing facilities. This information will be used to improve the testing program, and help to provide the best program possible to performers and other APHSS.org participants.

All information gathered will be kept completely confidential.

“We want to reach out to the performers, producers and agents, to get feedback on their experience with APHSS.org,” FSC Membership Director Joanne Cachapero said. “So we encourage everyone that receives the survey to please, take the time to respond. Those responses will help to further develop a program that serves the needs of the industry and the best testing experience for APHSS.org members.”

The Adult Production Health & Safety Services (APHSS.org) Survey will be sent today using survey website Zoomerang.

If you have questions about the survey, or APHSS.org, please contact Joanne at joanne@freespeechcoalition.com.

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