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South San Francisco, Calif., July 21 -- Unlike church and state, there can be no separation of manufacturing operations and regulatory-compliance considerations.
Maybe that's what the Golden Gate Society for Coatings Technology's Manufacturing Committee was thinking when it devised the program for the 1993 edition of its annual manufacturing seminar, where the program theme was "Process and Compliance." The message that manufacturing processes must be tied to compliance considerations was a point that was made clear by several speakers at the seminar, conducted recently at the Ramada Inn-South San Francisco.
The program featured a review of ISO 9000 standards, a look at MSDS requirements from several perspectives, and a dinnertime assessment of regulatory/legislative issues faced by the California Paint Council.
The program and meeting …