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Wednesday, January 30, 2008

UT Arlington selected as the Region 6 OSHA center

The Center for Enterprise Development at the University of Texas, Arlington has been selected as one of eight new OSHA Training Instituted Education Centers. CED was chosen based on and evaluation of their occupational safety and health experience, continuing training background, classroom and laboratory availability, and their ability to provide training throughout the region. OTI Education centers provide training courses on OSHA standards and occupational safety and health issues. Last year more than one half million people received training through this program.

The Division for Enterprise Development hosts several programs, including the Center for Environmental Excellence, which Zero Waste is a part of. To find out more visit


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