Skin Hygiene Seminar Taking Place May 9

"Our seminar will teach manufacturing industry professionals how to protect their most valuable asset: their employees' hands," said STOKO Skin Care Senior Technical Manager Armand Coppotelli.

The May 9 Hampton Roads Industrial & Facility Maintenance Show in Virginia Beach, Va., will include an educational seminar presented by STOKO Skin Care by Evonik Senior Technical Manager Armand Coppotelli about skin safety and hygiene. The trade show is a free event lasting from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The seminar will explain to plant engineers, plant managers, and facility managers how using sustainable products will reduce risks, save time and money, and improve workers' health.

"Occupational dermatitis costs the manufacturing industries over $1 billion a year," Coppotelli said. "Our seminar will teach manufacturing industry professionals how to protect their most valuable asset: their employees' hands. Saving their skin will help companies reduce health care costs and lost work time significantly, leading to considerable savings on the bottom line."

Greensboro, N.C.-based STOKO will be exhibiting at booth 305. To register for the seminar or the trade show, visit this website.

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