OSHA Provides Sustainability Training to Collision Repair Companies

The Society of Collision Repair Specialists is providing collision shop operators across the nation with sustainability training.

A group taking steps to offer sustainable, free safety training is the Society of Collision Repair Specialists, which is offering a Green Sustainability School to collision shop operators across the country, including a series of online training sessions from OSHA.

These OSHA training sessions educate employees on work safety regulations and how to save energy and dollars while protecting the environment.

SCRS is focusing this initiative on collision shop operators. In addition to the training gained by the employees, operators will receive Track Green Garage, a program that allows energy to be monitored instantly through online, real-time measurements.

The program is part of a larger sustainability initiative, GreenSweep, provided by GRC-Pirk Management Co., a professional engineering firm. GRC-Pirk chose SCRS to be the primary provider of the Green Sustainability School in the collision repair industry.

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