Online registration open for AASP/NJ's Northeast 2010

Jan. 1, 2020
With a slew of new mandatory state and federal regulations coming into effect soon, the Alliance of Automotive Service Providers of New Jersey (AASP/NJ) has scheduled several training seminars at this year's Northeast 2010 automotive repair trade sho

With a slew of new mandatory state and federal regulations coming into effect soon, the Alliance of Automotive Service Providers of New Jersey (AASP/NJ) has scheduled several training seminars at this year’s Northeast 2010 automotive repair trade show at the Meadowlands Exposition Center (MEC) in Secaucus.

The 33rd edition of the show will take place March 19 through 21, 2010. Free registration is now open at www.aaspnjnortheast.com.

One of the key highlights is the training on EPA Paint Stripping and Miscellaneous Surface Coating Operations rule, being presented by the EPA’s Deborah Craig. The course, which will offer training certification, prepares shop owners and painters for the new EPA regulations scheduled to go into effect in early 2011. The training will be available in group and individual sessions.

AASP/NJ Executive Director Charles Bryant, who will present the N.J. Auto Body License Law Compliance Seminar, will provide mandatory training information to New Jersey collision repairers. This class will review the entire compliance section of the New Jersey Auto Body License Law that NJ-MVC investigators look at during compliance inspections and explain to attendees how they can become compliant. Attendees of the meeting will also be given a full package that will include forms and step-by-step instructions on how to come into full compliance.

These two seminars will be joined by two I-CAR courses - Damage Analysis of Advanced Automotive Systems (DAM07), and Vehicle Technology and Trends (NEW10) - as well as presentations on topics such as drying waterborne paint; legal perspectives on auto insurance, DV and fraud; hindsight perspectives on insurer litigation; P-Page Logic; collision repair issues today; air bag electrical systems troubleshooting; diagnostic drivability, healthcare and its effect on business owners and food safety.

Paint manufacturers DuPont, PPG and Sherwin-Williams will also be on hand for seminars on paint application and waterborne products, and the “Fat Margins: Pricing for Profit” workshop will be running three times on Saturday, March 20 to help every facet of the industry - from collision and mechanical repairers to gasoline/C-store professionals - become more profitable in their daily operations.

For more information about AASP/NJ, please visit www.aaspnj.org.

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