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PIMA COUNTY, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Pima County is offering its fifth annual seminar for those who work with hazardous materials, thanks to a grant from the federal government, it's all free. 

This seminar was put together by officials with Pima County and it begins today at 8 a.m. at the Desert Diamond Casino Conference Center, off Nogales Highway. 

Business leaders from mining, petroleum and construction industries are expected to attend, which will give them an opportunity to ask questions and gather ideas on how to comply with new and updated federal and public safety requirements. 

According to Pima County officials 100 people have signed up so far, but a few walk-ins will be taken.

The seminar is expected to end by 5 p.m.  

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