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Complimentary chemical hazards training for auto repair

Shop owners and technicians in the Maryland area are being offered in-person classroom training at the PPG National Training Center in Glen Burnie, Md

Glen Burnie, Md.—The American Chemistry Council (ACC) Foundation for Chemistry & Initiatives (FCRI) in partnership with PPG is hosting the in-person classroom training on the identification and safe use of chemical hazards for workers in the automotive repair and maintenance industries.

The training will use perchloroethylene (perc) as an example. Perc is commonly used as an automotive parts cleaner/degreaser. Training modules will focus on the hazards of perc, controls to limit exposure, hazard communication, and resources for safe use. Attendees will also walk through a discussion scenario on hazard identification. There is no financial cost to as this is sponsored by an OSHA Susan Harwood Training Grant.

The training will be held on May 31, from 8-11:00 a.m. at the PPG National Training Center in Glen Burnie, Md. Interested participants can register at this link:

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