Date: Fri, 28 Jan 2005 18:58:41 -0500
Reply-To: Larry Gibbs <lgibbs**At_Symbol_Here**STANFORD.EDU>
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From: Larry Gibbs <lgibbs**At_Symbol_Here**STANFORD.EDU>
Subject: CSHEMA Regional EH&S Spring Seminars

CSHEMA Spring 2005 Regional EH&S Seminars

Please mark your calendar and plan to attend upcoming CSHEMA-PRIZIM
Regional Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) Seminars:

        March 22 and 23, 2005, hosted by the University of North Carolina
at Chapel Hill

        April 28 and 29, 2005, hosted by University of California-Irvine

These seminars are designed for anyone with an interest in campus and
laboratory health and safety, environmental compliance, emergency
preparedness issues or environmental management systems. People from
educational institutions or laboratory-based organizations-either small or
large-will benefit from attending.

To obtain details and to register, visit:

The Regional EHS Seminars are provided through a partnership between the
Campus Safety Health & Environmental Management Association (CSHEMA) and
PRIZIM Inc. The goal of these events is to bring reasonably priced, yet
timely and valuable, EHS professional development opportunities to
individuals from campuses and other laboratory-based organizations.

Professional development credits are available.

CSHEMA is an international organization dedicated to excellence in EHS
professional practices in academia. It represents the voice of the
profession with more than 900 members who have committed to the CSHEMA
mission and purpose. Since 1953, CSHEMA has led important educational
events for its members and related professionals.
PRIZIM Inc. is a highly respected technical management consulting firm
specializing in EHS areas. It seeks to support the mission of client EHS
managers and their organizations through ethical, creative, and sometimes
magical applications of science, management, and communications. Many know
of PRIZIM Inc. as the publisher of the electronic information service

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