AESE creates news service

Training Jason Cannon May 1, 2013

Automotive Environmental and Safety Engineering (AESE) is rolling out an electronic news service covering environmental, health and safety (EHS) in vehicle maintenance facilities (VMFs) for cars, trucks, buses and heavy-duty equipment.

Called eLine, AESE says independently reports on EPA/OSHA enforcement actions, new and proposed rules and industry news of interest to VMF and EHS managers. AESE says eLine is a monthly and a re-start of the quarterly EnviroLine that started in 1991 and has been garaged since 2006.

David M. Augenstein, founder and director of AESE, will be the author of this news service.

“I am very happy to be back at the wheel and putting out these very affordable and informative bulletins again,” he says. “As before, people will find it highly useful to keep updated with current news relevant to their jobs. They will look forward to receiving theirs each month on their desktops or mobiles.”

The April issue covers the new OSHA training rule on Hazard Communications in the shop, an EPA fine against a bus maintenance garage for illegal discharge, management tips from EHS managers over multi-state trucking VMFs, and fights over ethanol and new fuel/truck emission mandates, AESE says. It also provides 30 other informative headlines with links such as stories on R-40 refrigerant contamination and defective air bags.

The current free sample can be viewed and shared at http://e-fleet.us/enews.