Environmental Basics for Automotive/Collision Repair - Lexington, KY
Mar 11, 2008
from 08:00 am to 12:00 pm
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Tuesday, March 11, 2008
8:00 AM - 12 Noon EST
Bluegrass Community and Technical College – Leestown Campus
164 Opportunity Way
This workshop applies toward the training requirement for the new EPA rule. Recently, the EPA has released new regulations affecting all automotive/collision repair shops engaged in painting activities. Now is the time to learn about these requirements and what you can do to reduce their impact on your business and improve your working environment. More information about the final EPA regulation for autobody/refinishing paint shops can be found at the Design for the Environment website.
Who should attend:
- Shop owners
- Automotive painters
- Repair specialists
- Paint suppliers
$35.00 per person, includes continental breakfast and workshop materials.
(Payable by Visa, MasterCard or check. Please remit check to KPPC at 420 Lutz Hall, U of L, Louisville, KY 40292)
A certification of completion will be provided for proof of training credits to be applied toward new EPA rule requirements.
To register for this event:
Registration requested by March 6, 2008.
Kevin Sikora is a certified industrial hygienist/senior safety engineer and Jeff Aigeldinger is an experienced auto refinisher and former shop manager. Mary Cushmac is an environmental protection specialist and chemist. Kevin and Jeff are EPA contractors with the Eastern Research Group (ERG). ERG provides technical support for the DfE project.
This workshop is being offered through a partnership between the Kentucky Pollution Prevention Center and the Kentucky Division of Compliance Assistance.
For questions concerning registration, please contact KPPC at 502-852-0965 or send email to email@example.com.