OSHA redesigns web pages

OSHA has redesigned its State Plans, Enforcement, and Law and Regulations webpages.  The State Plans webpage features an interactive U.S. map with new jurisdictional information, contact information, links to the 28 State Plan webpages, and information on states under federal OSHA jurisdiction. The Enforcement page includes information on OSHA’s inspection process, a listing of OSHA’s national and local emphasis programs, and

U.S. EPA highlights today’s refrigerant regulations

from https://www.searchautoparts.com/motorage/legislative-news-service-repair/us-epa-highlights-today%E2%80%99s-refrigerant-regulations?page=0,0&_hsenc=p2ANqtz-89oS5ZD9TCWTTPVnjt6TxRVNHm4oUuXCwbwF01AWPpcatzprQeWTee-E4qN3vz6ptJrk2s7-liz7gqiHUH29cwgvRhUQ&_hsmi=66439687   Recently the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) contacted [us] regarding the importance of vehicle repairers staying informed about federal regulations governing mobile air-conditioning refrigerants. Section 609 of the Clean Air Act (CAA) governs the most important requirements affecting service technicians, shop owners, and refrigerant retailers. EPA notes three general guidelines relative to refrigerant

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CCAR joins TechForce to inspire the next generation of automotive technicians

  Palatine, IL — September 20, 2018 — The Coordinating Committee For Automotive Repair (CCAR) is pleased to announce its support for the nonprofit TechForce Foundation’s new national initiative, FutureTech Success®, an effort aimed at fueling the pipeline of tomorrow’s workforce of technicians. FutureTech Success is an industry-wide, multi-faceted initiative to help inspire the next

California Governor signs AB 3141

  September 18, 2018 — Sacramento, CA The 2018 California Legislative session was extremely successful for the automotive repair industry. The California Automotive Business Coalition (CalABC) along with other industry leader groups which includes: The Oil Changers Association, IAPA, ASCCA, CAWA, CAA, ACA, ITW, Tire Dealers Association with support letters from CNCDA and AAA (See Association