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AFS Highlights Safety and New Regulations at 2016 EHS Conference


AFS held its 28th annual Environmental Health


and Safety conference August 9-11 in Milwaukee. The three-day conference included over 20 speakers and covered a variety of topics to improve the health and safety of metalcasting workers. This year’s keynote speaker, Patrick K. Stevens,


Division Administrator, Air and Waste Management, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, spoke on Wisconsin’s environmental regulatory program and the current challenges facing manufacturers. Jeff Hannapel and Stephanie Salmon from the


AFS Washington office gave attendees a legislative and regulatory update about current and future en- vironmental and OSHA issues impacting metalcast- ers and the potential outcomes from the upcoming general election. The conference also handed out annual service


awards from the AFS EHS Division 10: • 2016 Childress-Loebler Lifetime Achievement Award: Mark Remlinger, Matthews International Corp.


• 2016 Gary E. Mosher Outstanding New Member Award: Greg Kramer, ME Global Inc.


• 2015 EHS Service Award: Pete Buczek, WGS Global Services LLC.


Advertise. Jim Beckwith,


jbeckwith@afsinc.org 800/537-4237


Webinars With


• 2015 Jonathan Stone Outstanding EHS Contribu- tion Award: Jim Murphy, Harrison Steel Casting Co. Also presented were the 2015 AFS Metalcasting Safe


Year Awards given to AFS Corporate Member facilities that achieved one year (365 consecutive calendar days) without a lost time accident. T e winners were: • Advanced Cast Products, Meadville, Pennsylvania. • Aurora Metals Division LLC, Montgomery, Illinois.


• Bremen Castings Inc., (4th award), Bremen, Indiana. • Charlotte Pipe & Foundry Co. (2nd award), Charlotte, North Carolina.


• Grede Holdings LLC-Brewton Facility (2nd award), Brewton, Alabama.


• Griffin Pipe Products Co. (3rd award), Lynchburg, Virginia. • Hickman, Williams & Co. (2nd award), Oak Brook, Illinois. • McWane Ductile-Ohio (2nd award), Coshocton, Ohio.


To view the Eck Industries webinar, visit www.metalcastingdesign.com/eckwebinar.


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• Neenah Foundry (2nd award), Neenah, Wisconsin. • Oil City Iron Works Inc. (2nd award), Corsicana, Texas. Conference attendees also toured Grede Liberty


Foundry in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. T e conference was preceded by the Advanced Waste Seminar held at the same location.


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