Date: Thu, 10 Feb 2005 08:28:54 -0500
Reply-To: Joe Crockett <jcrocket**At_Symbol_Here**BRIDGEWATER.EDU>
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From: Joe Crockett <jcrocket**At_Symbol_Here**BRIDGEWATER.EDU>
Subject: Re: Excellent EHS Seminar at UNC this March!
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>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.

This looks like a very interesting seminar that will have information that
many academics will need - BUT why is it scheduled in the middle of the
week. For a lot of us, we will have to cancel classes and labs to attend,
and the school calendar has no make-up days in it. A major university will
have a person dedicated to safety who has no academic responsibilities. For
a business, it is not a problem. At the smaller educational institutions, a
member of the faculty is normally the responsible person. I'm looking at my
schedule to see what I can do.

However, people scheduling these seminars could get more in touch with the
people they are trying to reach.

Joe Crockett

"If we knew what it was we were doing, it would not be called
research, would it?" - Albert Einstein

Joseph M Crockett
Professor of Chemistry
Bridgewater College of Virginia
Bridgewater, VA 22812

McKinney Center for Science and Mathematics - Office 307


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