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Subject: Plan Ahead for Lab Safety Programs in 2004

From: "Laboratory Safety Institute" 
Subject: Plan Ahead for Lab Safety Programs in 2004
Date: Thu, 16 Oct 2003 15:21:52 -0400

Dear Friends,

LSI would like to invite you and your colleagues
to join us at one of our Lab Safety Short Courses
during 2004 for lab supervisors, lab workers,
scientists and science educators.

Plan Ahead for Winter/Spring 2004

             January 13-14         San Juan, PR
             January 14-15         Pensacola, FL
             January 20-21        San Jose, CA
             January 21-22        Little Rock, AR
             February 4-5          Columbia, SC
             February 5-6          Honolulu, HI
             February 10-11       Memphis, TN
             February 11-12       Raleigh, NC
             February 24-25      Beaumont, TX
             February 25-26      Framingham, MA
             March 3-4               New Albany, IN
             March 17-18            Des Moines, IA
             March 23-24           Riverside, CA
             April 7-8                 Tulsa, OK
             April 14-15              Cherry Hill, NJ
             April 20-21             Albany, NY
             April 21-22             Milwaukee, WI
             April 29-30            Toronto, Canada
             May 12-13               Cincinnati, OH
             May 18-19               Portland, OR
             May 19-20              Wichita, KS

Here's Our Tentative Summer and Fall 2004 Schedule

May 11-14 Mott Community College, Flint, MI
May 25-28 William Rainey Harper College,  Palatine, IL
June 15-18 Southwest Texas State University, San Marcos, TX
June 23-26 Seattle University Seattle, WA
July 6-9 Gallaudet Univ. (Sign Language Interpreted)    Washington, DC
July 13-16 University of Nevada, Reno Reno, NV
July 20-23 University of CA, San Diego San Diego, CA
July 27-30 College of Charleston Charleston, SC
August 3-6 Northeastern University Boston, MA
August 10-13 Ohio Wesleyan University Delaware, OH

The Summer, 24-hour Short Course starts with a
half-day.  Then, we have two full days and end
with a half-day.  We cover all the topics in the
two-day course plus radiation safety, blood borne
pathogens, compressed gases, tour some labs, and
have even more discussion.

Next Fall (2004), LSI's Two-Day Short Course locations are:

Sept 28-29               Cleveland, OH
Sept 29-30               Greensboro, NC
Oct 5-6                    Arlington, TX
Oct 6-7                    Golden, CO
Oct 12-13                 Long Beach, CA
Oct 14-14                 Fairfax, VA
Oct 26-27                Mesa, AZ
Oct 27-28                Charlotte, NC
Nov 2-3                   Hollywood, CA

Nov 3-4                   Marietta, GA

Nov 16-17                Sandy, UT
Nov 17-18                Annapolis, MD
Nov 22-23               Ottawa, Canada
Dec 1-2                   Decatur, GA
Dec 7-8                   West Palm, FL
Dec 8-9                   New Orleans, LA
Dec 14-15                Springfield, MA
Dec 15-16                Baltimore, MD

How to Attend for FREE
After you register, for every participant you recruit who
attends LSI's 2004 short courses LSI will
refund 20% of your registration fee!

For more information and registration materials
call or email:  Ana Adams:  508-647-1900,

Or visit our website's training page at:
< >Training/Events
Schedule (2003) and (2004)

Sign up Today:
< >Laboratory
Safety Program Registration
Form< >

Learn more about:
< >Graduate
Credit for LSI Short Course

We hope to hear from you,


Ana Adams
Operations Manager

Laboratory Safety Institute
192 Worcester Road
Natick, MA 01760
Office Phone 508-647-1900
Fax Phone 508-647-0062
Website < >

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