Date: Fri, 27 Aug 2004 15:27:43 -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: PDA Symposium for San Diego ACS meeting
CHAS members

The Chemical Health and Safety Division (CHAS) is planning a symposium
to explore the use of personal digital assistants and similar hand-held
electronic devices as applied to chemical safety issues for the upcoming
San Diego ACS meeting (3/13 - 3/17, 2005).   This symposium will focus
on applied aspects, including hardware, software and information
resources.  I would especially like to hear about novel uses and success
stories.  I know many members have used "wired" and wireless devices to
great effect for a variety of purposes, now is your chance to share your

If anyone has been involved in an interesting project or has
information, tools or techniques to share, please contact me at
 jim**At_Symbol_Here**, or submit
directly to OASYS at (submissions
accepted from 8/30/04).

I look forward to many great submissions.  CHAS is not able to offer
financial support for participants, but this promises to be an
interesting session and just one part of an overall CHAS program that
will be of great value to anyone involved in laboratory or chemical
safety issues.

Please let me know if you have any questions or comments - Jim

James Kapin

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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