Date: Fri, 10 Jun 2005 16:35:43 -0700
Reply-To: Regina Frasca <rfrasca**At_Symbol_Here**CSUSM.EDU>
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From: Regina Frasca <rfrasca**At_Symbol_Here**CSUSM.EDU>
Subject: CCEHSA-Environmental Law Seminar
Comments: To: LABSAFETY-L**At_Symbol_Here**

I apologize for any cross posting.
The last day for access to this opportunity will be July 10th.  We are 
certainly interested if anybody has any feedback on the product.  Take 
care and thank you for your time.
> Subject:      CCEHSA-Environmental Law Seminar
> Ladies and Gentlemen,
> This is truly a great opportunity for us to bring this event directly 
to you and your desktop.  In collaboration with Joe Murphy at the 
University of San Francisco we are proud to present the following.
> __________________________________
> For those who were unable to attend the Environmental Law Review 2005 
this past April 22nd the presenter, Gary Lucks, JD with Beyond 
Compliance, has graciously given CCEHSA permission to make the 
presentation available to the membership via streaming video (see link 
below). The site will be available for approximately 1 month.
> In addition to the video, there is a link to his Powerpoint 
presentation, a free copy of his latest newsletter, and a copy of the 
flyer announcing the original presentation.
> There is a login screen intended to capture some contact information 
to facilitate our ability to follow up and assess the value of making 
presentations like this available in this medium.
> In testing the site, a small people have had difficulty viewing the 
streaming video. Please contact Joe Murphy at (415) 422-6883 or via 
e-mail at murphyj**At_Symbol_Here** with questions, concerns, or comments.
> Thank you for your time...
> Regina M. Frasca
> Cal State University San Marcos
> Director of Risk Management & Safety
> Work: 760-750-4502
> Fax:    760-750-3208
> rfrasca**At_Symbol_Here** 
> RM&S:  Contributing to a total learning environment by providing 
support, guidance, and leadership,  promoting safety and preserving the 
human and physical resources of the campus community.
> Finance & Administrative Services: Building excellence in service and 
resource management.

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