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The Ft. Myers, Fla. area will be the site of Sherwin-Williams Automotive Finishes’ next A-Plus EcoLean Level 2 workshop Oct. 5-6, 2011, at the Hyatt Regency Coconut Point, in Bonita Springs, Fla.
The EcoLean Level 2 workshop is designed to further educate collision repair owners and managers to maximize profit while reducing the environmental impact of the facility’s process and environmental waste, Sherwin-Williams says. The course is open to all collision center representatives that have previously attended the EcoLean Level 1 workshop.
In Level 2, participants will learn the importance of a complete and accurate repair plan in a lean collision repair facility, as well as marketing and communication tactics they can use to get the word out about going green. The mechanics of an environmental management system as well as compensation solutions of lean collision facilities will be discussed.
“Integrating lean practices into your collision repair facility benefits both the facility and the environment,” said Troy Neuerburg, marketing manager – business services for Sherwin-Williams Automotive Finishes. “EcoLean teaches collision facility owners how to improve the quality, production output and profitability of their facilities, while reducing process and environmental waste.”
After attending the session, participants will leave the two day event with tangible tools to decrease the amount of waste at their facility, but will increase profitability and productivity.
To register for the A-Plus University EcoLean Level 2 workshop online, visit www.sherwin-automotive.com