Originally signed in February 2004, the Alliance focuses on workplace vehicle safety, abrasive wheel machinery and ergonomics. The renewal expands the scope of the agreement to address hexavalent chromium issues.
"Over the past two years," Foulke explained, "we have been working with CCAR to develop a safety section for their online training curriculum that highlights safety and environmental issues in the auto body and repair industry. Our cooperative relationship is working and it is one that is important to continue."
Added CCAR President Robert G. Stewart: "Working together with OSHA, CCAR wants to provide tools, insight and information that can help prevent on-the-job injuries and extend the careers of those who work in the automotive industry."