Date: Wed, 9 Feb 2005 15:21:17 -0500
Reply-To: "Reinhardt, Peter (Environment Health and Safety)"

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From: "Reinhardt, Peter (Environment Health and Safety)"

Subject: Excellent EHS Seminar at UNC this March!
Excellent EHS Seminar at UNC this March!

Free Environmental Guide for March 22nd Attendees!


Don't miss the CSHEMA-PRIZIM Environmental Health & Safety (EHS) seminar
and workshop on March 22 and 23, 2005! This program is designed for
anyone interested in campus and laboratory health and safety,
environmental compliance, emergency preparedness or environmental
management systems. People from educational institutions or
laboratory-based organizations - either small or large - will benefit
from attending.


The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill will host this event. It
will be held at the William and Ida Friday Center, just 15 miles from
the Raleigh-Durham International airport. The program will include a
day-long seminar on a variety of topics presented by invited speakers,
followed by a half-day focused workshop on emergency planning and
response. You can choose to attend the one-day seminar, the half-day
workshop, or both. 


Featured topics at the seminar will include: 

*        The essentials of an effective EHS program

*        How to deal with mold and indoor air quality problems

*        Lessons learned from a campuswide blackout

*        The laboratory classification system used by EPA's Research
Triangle Park laboratory

*        Elements of fume hood management

*        RCRA rule changes under consideration for academic
laboratories, explained by a speaker from the Environmental Protection


The half-day workshop will address emergency planning and the role of
EHS in responding to all types of campus emergencies. The workshop will
help you build effective relationships with police, student health,
facility services, the local fire department and other entities when
dealing with an emergency.


Attendees of the one-day seminar on March 22nd will receive a FREE copy
of the APPA/CSHEMA Environmental Compliance and Assistance Guide for
Colleges and Universities-a $110 value-courtesy of our sponsor, Clean
Harbors Environmental Services (see The
program is also sponsored by ARCADIS (see


For complete agendas, travel details and to register, visit, complete the registration form, and
mail or fax it to 301-840-0139, or call Ms. Dana Mooney at PRIZIM Inc.
at (301) 840-9316 ext 133. Payment must be enclosed or registration will
not be processed. Registration is $225 for the one-day seminar and $95
for the half-day workshop. Small institutions (one EHS employee) will
receive a discount of $175 and $80. Seminar registration includes lunch
and an evening social.


Another CSHEMA-PRIZIM Regional Seminar will be held at the University of
California-Irvine on April 28 and 29. Details are at the above site.


These 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 eLS&EM.





Peter A. Reinhardt, Director

Department of Environment, Health & Safety

University of North Carolina

212 Finley Golf Course Rd., CB# 1650

Chapel Hill, NC   25717-4440 

919-843-5913  Fax: 919-962-0227  Cell: 919-883-7027



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