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Industrial Ventilation Conference Scheduled

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Auburn University will host the Industrial Ventilation Conference in Birmingham, Ala., on Oct. 20-23, 2003.
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Yaskawa Expands Training Classes

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Yaskawa Electric America has expanded its full range of training programs with two new classes for HVAC-specific E7 and E7/Bypass drives.
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Louisiana Programs Aim For Accreditation

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According to HVAC Excellence, the Louisiana Community and Technical College System standardized its HVACR curriculum and has started a process of accrediting its programs.
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EPA Approves Antimicrobial Product

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Milliken Chemical has received approval from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for its silver-based antimicrobial product, Antimicrobial AlphaSan®, for use in HVAC units and related materials.
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Manufacturers For The Week: 03/31/2003

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A-1 Components Corporation (Miami) has appointed The Richgels Corporation (Westminster, Calif.) as its representative for California, Arizona, Nevada, and Oregon. Copeland Corporation (Sidney, Ohio) promoted Frank Landwehr to vice
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Contractors For The Week: 03/31/2003

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Southern Construction Group (Jacksonville, Fla.) was selected as the design builder for the Boeing Company’s new Flight Training Facility located in Atlanta. Emcor Group Inc. (Norwalk, Conn.) has been
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March 21, 2003: OSHA Announces Enforcement Policy

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WASHINGTON — Employers who expose their workers to serious safety and health hazards and who continue to defy worker safety and health regulations will be subject to an enhanced enforcement
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Man-Hours Remain Stable

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According to SMACNA, statistics in the 2002 Annual Labor Report, issued in February, indicate that while man-hours decreased from 2001 to 2002 in more than three-quarters of responding chapters, man-hours still remain relatively high compared to five years ago.
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OSHA Announces Enforcement Policy

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Employers who expose workers to serious safety and health hazards and who continue to defy worker safety and health regulations will be subject to an enhanced enforcement policy, which was unveiled by Secretary of Labor Elaine L. Chao.
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Chiller Group Holds Meeting

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The Chiller Systems Group held its spring meeting on March 6-7, hosted by Chiller Services Inc. Forty-five representatives attended the meeting from contractors all over the U.S. and Canada.
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