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View Resource Work-Related Asthma

Information on work-related asthma. It is one the most frequently recognized occupational illnesses in occupations such as auto body and mechanical shops where painting and sanding operations take...

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View Resource Dealing With Your Hazardous Waste

Hazardous wastes in an auto collision repair shop go far beyond waste paints and solvents: Rags used for solvent wiping, sponges and mops used for cleaning and spray booth filters are also part of...

http://www.abrn.com/abrn/article/articleDetail.jsp?id=58060
View Resource Underhood Service Repair Market Industry Profile

The 2006 Underhood Service Repair Market Industry Profile, is an indepth report of the independent automotive repair market. This article, written by Ed Sunkin, highlights many elements that are a...

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View Resource SYLVANIA Step-By-Step Bulb Type Headlight Replacement

In the Remove and Replace example shown here, the entire headlamp is accessed by easily removing a pin.

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View Resource Body Shop Products -- Managing the Impact

When discussing the hazardous products used in auto collision repair, paint and solvents are the first things that come to mind. This site identifies several other potentially hazardous materials...

http://www.sp2.org/newsletters/sp2vol2iss12/sp2vol2iss12topi...
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