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Metal Finisher Reaches Agreement with Air Board
Hixson Metal Finishing and SCAQMD reached an agreement over air emissions at the Newport Beach, California, finishing plant.
Sam Huffman passes; Was Founder of CAPSCO, Carolina Plating and Stamping Co.
Formerly Carolina Plating and Stamping Co., Huffman was a longtime member of AESF, NAMF and NASF.
Nominating Committee Seeks Industry Input on NASF Board
The NASF Nominating Committee is in the process of identifying candidates for the NASF Board of Directors elections to be held in November 2013. Committee is charged with identifying candidates that represent the broad membership of the NASF.
Group says EPA favored environmental groups in information requests
CEI found that environmental groups had their fees waived about 90 percent of the time, while other groups had their fees waived less than 10 percent.
DHS Holding 60-Day Comment Period on Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards
DHS says the program will affect approximately 192,000 people and cost about $4.7 million to operate and maintain.
OSHA Review of Workplace Chemicals Standards
As part of its regulatory review effort, OSHA is developing a Request for Information seeking input to help identify ways to address occupational exposure to chemicals.
NASF Continues to Challenge EPA Chromium Air Rule
NASF filed a legal challenge to the final rule in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, the most powerful court in the nation besides the U.S. Supreme Court.
New interactive online tool helps employers assess workers' exposure to cadmium
The Cadmium Biological Monitoring Advisor analyzes biological monitoring results provided by the user; data used to determine the biological monitoring and medical surveillance requirements that must be met under the general industry cadmium standar...
Law Firm Begins "Conflict Minerals Rule" Resource Center
U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission adopted Conflict Minerals Rule, aimed at reducing a significant source of funding for armed groups that are committing human rights abuses in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The ‘conflict minerals’ inclu...
NASF's SUR/FIN Returns To Chicago In 2013
Conference officials fully expect the 2013 conference to outperform last year’s event in both size and attendance due to the ever strengthening popularity of its technical sessions and increased global attendance.