The environmental, health and safety (EH&S) committee of RadTech, the Association for Ultraviolet (UV) and Electron Beam (EB) Technology, has developed a video detailing safe handling practices for UV/EB curable materials.
“RadTech has adopted the principles of product Stewardship. As such, we are taking a proactive approach to promote the safe handling of UV and EB curable materials,” said Maureen Waite of Sartomer Company, chair of the RadTech EH&S Committee. “This safety video is a great tool for communicating the safety of UV/EB technology throughout industry. We would like all companies that handle UV or EB curable materials in their workplace – or are considering use of the technology – to obtain a copy of the video. The video can be used internally as part of a supplier company's training program and sent to customers for use as a training tool in their facilities.”
The video outlines proper handling and storage practices and the appropriate protective equipment that should be worn when handling UV and EB curable materials. Equipment safety is also reviewed. Copies of “UV/EB Curing-A Safe Choice” are offered free of charge as a service of the RadTech membership. Please e-mail RadTech at firstname.lastname@example.org for a copy. Copies of the video will also be distributed at RadTech’s new event, uv.eb WEST 2005, Feb. 10-11, Renaissance Hotel, Los Angeles, CA.
Precision IBC Announces New Ownership
Precision IBC, Inc., Fairhope, AL, has closed on its transfer of ownership to Thomas Weller and Anthony Beard.
Van Finger Jr., Precision’s founder and CEO, has elected to retire effective immediately.
Mr. Weller currently serves as the chairman of City Capital Corporation, a real estate and corporate management firm that is based in New Orleans, LA, and is the chairman of Penn Terminals, Inc., a privately owned container terminal in Philadelphia, PA.
Mr. Beard will continue to serve as president of Precision IBC, Inc., and will also assume the title of CEO. He has more than 12 years experience in the intermediate bulk container industry. Prior to joining Precision IBC in January 1999, he served Hoover Material Handling Group in the position of rental operations manager. He holds a bachelor of science degree in accounting from the University of South Alabama.
“Anthony has been a critical part of Precision IBC’s success and will be responsible for guiding our company’s growth in other areas of IBC services and products,” said Mr. Weller. “He has a strong team of professionals who rely on him and I am confident he will take this business to an even higher level.”