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CIP Level 1 Course Updated for Coatings Inspectors

As the first step in AMPP’s flagship Coating Inspector Program (CIP), the CIP Level 1 course teaches more than 5,000 students annually to properly perform basic coating inspections using nondestructive techniques and instrumentation

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Forget B2B or B2C: Why Digital Engagement Is Actually P2P

Thinking about how one person communicates with another has become a cornerstone in digital engagement. This is no longer a passing trend but a new way of being, and organizations who embrace this approach will reap the rewards.

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Coatings and Consultants: A Crucial Conversation

High-level discussions between industry experts and association members offers a welcomed opportunity for an in-person exchange with consultants, contractors, and other stakeholders.

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What to Expect From an Outsourced Accounting Firm

Pandemic or not, cash flow issues are more than just a headache. They’re a “make or break” for your business. The good news is that there are things that companies can do to manage these problems.

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Paint Is Complicated: Inspector Training Opportunities

One way to ensure that you’re ready to tackle the challenges of paint is to get the right training. The Master Painters Institute (MPI), a subsidiary of the Association for Materials Protection and Performance (AMPP), offers three training courses that may be a good place to start.

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Tampa Hosts Second Annual MPI Commercial Coatings Summit

AMPP is teaming up with the Master Painters Institute (MPI) for the second annual MPI Commercial Coatings Summit, which unites different areas from across the commercial coatings industry while providing opportunities to get the latest information on current issues.

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OSHA Provides Notice of Proposed Changes to Lead Standards

Comments on proposed changes to the federal Lead Standards for General Industry and Construction are being accepted through Oct. 28, 2022, and OSHA has put together a list of more than 60 specific questions on which the agency is seeking input. Here’s a look at what the potential changes could be.