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We wish to thank all of our Exhibitors for supporting the annual California CUPA Forum Training Conference. Please take a moment to visit our exhibitor websites to learn more about their products and services.

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CUPA-2018
Booth: 1
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Lindsay Brooks, UL Supply Chain & Sustainability

UL helps companies demonstrate safety, confirm compliance, enhance sustainability, manage transparency, deliver quality and performance, strengthen security, protect brand reputation, build workplace excellence, and advance societal well being.

CUPA-2018
Booth: 2
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Bryan Leiker, Metal Finishing Assoc of CA

The Metal Finishing Associations of California represent surface finishing companies in both Southern California, and Northern California. As a Chapter of the National Association for Surface Finishing (NASF), members adhere to the highest standards of service, ethics, and quality in the industrial surface finishing industry. Our Associations represent the interest and needs of nearly 161 members, ranging from small metal platers to some of the worlds largest technology corporations and professionals in the surface coatings industry. We are the states leading advocate exclusively devoted to promoting and maintaining a healthy business climate for industrial surface finishers. Through effective representation of its membership before various branches of government on critical issues facing the surface technology community, our organizations work to promote a strong and expanding industrial base in the State of California. Another fundamental role of the organization is in educating our communities on the vital role of surface technology in the global manufacturing value chain.

CUPA-2018
Booth: 3
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Scott Goad, Contractor Safety Data Co

Contractor Safety Data helps contractors and service providers manage their safety records and programs so that they are always as up to date and accurate as possible. Facilities who subscribe to our service can access our database to evaluate these safety records and programs before they hire potential contractors and service providers. CSD specializes in compliance with the Contractor section of the EPA-RMP and OSHA-PSM regulations.

CUPA-2018
Booth: 4
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Matt Peterson, DTSC

The mission of DTSC is to protect California's people and environment from harmful effects of toxic substances by restoring contaminated resources, enforcing hazardous waste laws, reducing hazardous waste generation, and encouraging the manufacture of chemically safer products.

CUPA-2018
Booth: 5
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Meghan Graham, Hedgerow Software US Inc

Our comprehensive environmental health data management solution is designed to manage all programs and regulatory processes with a framework that supports e-government and encourages standardization and consistency. Agencies across North America rely on Hedgehog every day to gather and provide accurate data.

CUPA-2018
Booth: 6
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Jennifer Lorenzo, CAL FIRE - Office of the State Fire Marshal

The mission of the State Fire Marshal is to protect life and property through the development and application of fire prevention engineering, education and enforcement.

CUPA-2018
Booth: 7
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Eddy Tabet, FACILITR

Facilities documents are different than generic documents. They present unique challenges and opportunities. Which is why weve created facilitr. Were launching soon.

CUPA-2018
Booth: 8
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Eddy Tabet, TEC Accutite

TEC Accutite is the US distributor for Edinburgh Instruments gas sensors and monitors. Edinburgh Instruments are capable of detecting and measuring carbon dioxide, methane, carbon monoxide, and refrigerants - for your process control, personal safety, air quality, and environmental monitoring needs.

CUPA-2018
Booth: 9
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Tahtia Pearce, CGRS Inc

CGRS began almost 30 years ago as an environmental consulting, compliance and construction company providing industry and regulatory compliance expertise and services to owners and operators in the upstream and downstream petroleum industry. Over time we have diversified to meet the ever changing customer needs by becoming experts in the markets of Natural Resources/Environmental, Liquid and CNG Fueling, Oil & Gas, Water and Waste Water. And we are always on the lookout for the next opportunity to help our clients succeed. We have evolved to offer a much wider range of services: Compliance Inspection and Testing, Permitting, Engineering/ Design, Construction, Design/Build, Leak Detection, Water Quality Sampling and Assessment, Air Emissions Management, SPCC, Mapping and Aerial Services, Reclamation and Material Managementjust to name a few Our expertise is multifaceted; we have subject matter experts in diverse yet synergistic areas and truly are a one stop shop for our customers.

CUPA-2018
Booth: 10
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Melinda Blum, Cal EPA

In 1991, Californias environmental authority was unified in a single Cabinet level agencythe California Environmental Protection Agency (CalEPA). Our mission is to restore, protect and enhance the environment, to ensure public health, environmental quality and economic vitality. We fulfill our mission by developing, implementing and enforcing environmental laws that regulate air, water and soil quality, pesticide use and waste recycling and reduction. Our departments are at the forefront of environmental science, using the most recent research to shape the states environmental laws.