Colleagues, I am sending this out for a colleague of mine. If you have any questions please contact her. From: Mona Voss [mailto:vossmona**At_Symbol_Here**fhda.edu] Foothill-De Anza Community College District Presents "Journey Together Towards Compliance" A conference for understanding and prioritizing compliance with hazardous materials and hazardous waste laws WHEN: Tuesday August 30, 2005, 8:30 to 5:00 PM WHERE: De Anza College 21250 Stevens Creek Boulevard Cupertino, CA 95014 Campus Center, Student Center Room AB Join your colleagues, Santa Clara County experts, experienced inspectors, prestigious university leaders, legal experts, and industry pathfinders to experience the breadth of the compliance issues in your educational community. We will be discussing how to set priorities in planning and budgeting, what the experienced inspectors in charge of hazardous material and fire codes focus upon during your inspection, what are the components of a focused EH&S program, what contribution industry is making within the County, how attention to compliance protects your campus from legal ramifications, and what support or outsourcing is available. The final agenda is attached. The event will also include: * A breakfast snack and lunch * A tour of the energy efficient facilities having LEED certification, photovoltaic arrays, and cogeneration units will follow the speakers There is no charge for the program, however, in order to plan for seating and refreshments, please register by August 19. For registration please contact: Donna Toyohara, Business Services 650-949-6202 toyoharadonna**At_Symbol_Here**fhda.edu Mona Voss, Director EH&S 650-949-6146 vossmona**At_Symbol_Here**fhda.edu Who should attend: Board Members, Supervisors, Chief Business Officers, Technical Compliance Staff, Hazardous Material Coordinators, Director of Facilities or Plant Services from any school or educational facility in Santa Clara County "Journey Together Towards Compliance" Conference for understanding hazardous materials and wastes August 30, 2005 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. De Anza College 21250 Stevens Creek Boulevard Cupertino, CA 95014 Attendees: Administrators, Facilities Managers, and Educators in Santa Clara County Please bring: Enthusiasm, a dedicated mind, and a note pad Subject Matter=09 Check In and Breakfast=09 High Level Perspective * Welcome to the Compliance Journey * What leaders must know=09 Local Agencies and Experts Discuss Common Issues * County Health Department presents key findings * Basic fire awareness and procedures are paramount * Water quality and discharges affect the campus=09 DTSC has a state wide approach for all generators * Campuses have similar waste types * DTSC offers publications and guidance=09 Lunch - De Anza Campus Center Conference Room=09 The Program Matures at Stanford * Who are the regulatory agencies and what are the rules? * The Solution: Proactive Programs * Managing continual improvement - Plan-Do-Check=09 The Legal Perspective * Environmental discernment applies to all * How to mitigate frequently encountered situations=09 Industry Sees a Direction and Tools * HP participates in UNIDOCS to the benefit of all * Solutions and focus transfer=09 Wrap Up and Visits to Energy Efficient Buildings * Attendees share contacts * Tour of LEED certified energy efficient buildings=09 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**csusm.edu 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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