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SCRS Committee Releases Video on Frame Replacement
Prosser, Washington, February 1, 2013 - On January 23rd, the Society of Collision Repair Specialists (SCRS) held an open board meeting in Palm Springs, California which included a presentation from the SCRS Education Committee, led by committee member Toby Chess. The topic of the presentation focused on areas of friction between repair facilities and insurance companies surrounding proper frame and structural repair approaches; including not-included operations and proper methodology to address welding, pulling, repairing or replacing frames on today's modern fleet.
A video of the presentation was produced for SCRS by Collision Hub, and can be viewed by clicking the following image.
Full Frame Replacement Presented by the SCRS Education Committee
"Toby and the committee have done a great job compiling information that exists in the marketplace and creating presentations that help to educate the industry," shared SCRS Education Committee Chairman Paul Val. "It is our hope that continuing down this path, the committee is able to broaden the understanding of necessary procedures and equipment."
Previous presentations can be found at the following locations:
SCRS Education Committee Presents: Windshield Installation and Safety Concerns
SCRS Education Committee Presents: Squeeze-Type Resistance Spot Welding How and Why
SCRS Education Committee Presents: Blueprinting Tools for Collision Estimating
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