Date: Fri, 19 Sep 2003 09:14:00 -0700
Reply-To: Jim Kapin <jim**At_Symbol_Here**CHEMICAL-SAFETY.COM>
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From: Jim Kapin <jim**At_Symbol_Here**CHEMICAL-SAFETY.COM>
Subject: Safety in the arts (speakers wanted!)
In-Reply-To: <3F67BE42.2D83D1E2**At_Symbol_Here**>
Hi CHAS members,

At the CHAS Program Planning meeting at the NYC ACS meeting there were
several people who recommended we expand our "Safety in the
Entertainment Industry" symposium to "Safety in Arts and Entertainment"
and include subjects relating to hazards of painting, pottery,
sculpture, etc.

With that in mind - who has something to share?  I welcome ideas
suggestions, etc. but what we really need are people who have some
experience in these or related areas and are willing to present at the
Anaheim meeting (3/28/04 - 4/4/03).  Feel free to pass this message on
to anyone who might be interested.

Thanks for your help and let me know what you think - Jim

James Kapin
(CHAS Program Co-Chair)
Advanced Chemical Safety
7563 Convoy Court
San Diego,  CA 92111
Ph 858-874-5577 Cell 619-990-5955 fax 858-874-8239

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