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Dr. D’Arcy holds B.S. and M.S. degrees in chemistry from Oakland University and a Ph.D. in Industrial Health from the University of Michigan. He is certified in both toxicology and comprehensive practice by the American Board of Industrial Hygiene. Employed by General Motors for 31 years he is currently a Technical Fellow managing a research program on the control of health risks in the manufacturing environment including the development and introduction of safe biostable metal removal fluids. He is past chair of the AIHA Aerosol Technology Committee, a major contributor to ORC’s Management of the Metal Removal Fluid Environment and to several ASTM metal removal fluid and aerosol standards. He has published 47 articles in the scientific literature. He is an AIHA Fellow and is the recipient of the Warren A. Cook and Frank A. Patty awards in industrial hygiene as well as the GM Safety Fellow award.