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Re: Vehicle Fleet Maintenance P2 Experts Needed

     Contact Loren Martin with the DynCorp Hanford Fleet Maintenance 
     organization in Richland, Washington.  I've worked with him on quite a 
     few P2 projects and he's come up with quite a few innovative solutions 
     in the vehicle fleet maintenance arena.  He's won several national 
     awards for fleet maintenance P2, has quite a bit of experience in this 
     area, and would be a great fit. I know he would be interested.  His 
     number is (509)376-8743.
     Ron Del Mar
     Fluor Daniel Northwest
     (509) 376-1967

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Subject: Vehicle Fleet Maintenance P2 Experts Needed
Author:  Magnuson.Leif@epamail.epa.gov at ~EXCHANGE
Date:    5/27/98 12:31 PM

Does anyone know of a vehicle fleet maintenance P2 expert who might be 
willing to serve on a national advisory board for the creation of expert P2 
materials for VFM? We need two to three more individuals with significant 
shop floor experince to round out our advisory board. Please send me 
his/her name and telephone number and anything you can tell me about his 
experience/ whether he works well on a team. Thanks.
FYI. This effort is part of a national partnership between US EPA Region 9, 
US EPA DFE/PETE program, NPPR and CCAR to create expert P2 materials for 
auto repair and vehicle fleet maintenance facilities. The auto advisory 
board has met and given direction to EPA Region 9 and our contractor Tetra 
Tech EM, Inc. on proposed areas of focus. The advisory board for VFM will 
meet soon to accomplish the same. The next step is for the contractor to 
develop detailed technical and financial information on the proposed areas 
of focus (borrowing from existing literature/studies where possible). The 
end results of both the auto and VFM projects will be kits of expert P2 
worksheets, fact sheets, videos, training manuals and data collection tools 
for selected P2 fixes. These kits will help auto shop owners and P2 
technical assistance personnel select the best P2 fixes for implementation 
in a given shop. These materials will be available nationally after January 
1, 1999.