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Subject: DCHAS Speakers Bureau Launched
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DCHAS Speakers  Bureau Launched   

The Division of Chemical Health and  Safety (DCHAS) of the American Chemical
Society (ACS) has created the DCHAS  Speakers Bureau.  The goal of the  DCHA
Speakers Bureau is to enhance public awareness of chemical health &  safety 
providing professional, qualified speakers for presentations on  CH&S topics
of interest to the scientific community. 
The Speakers Bureau  Committee invites DCHAS members interested in  
participating as speakers to contact the  committee chair for application ma
terials and 
additional information.   
The Committee also  invites organizations interested in having presentations
by DCHAS speakers to  request information about topics and speakers.  A 
summary of potential topics and  speakers is available.  For more  informati
contact the committee chair. 
The Speakers Bureau  is made possible in part by an Innovative Project Fund 
Grant for Divisional  Enhancement.  The grant is provided  by from the ACS 
Council Committee on Divisional Activities.  Funds from the grant will be us
ed to  
help support speaker travel expenses and Speakers Bureau operating  expenses
The DCHAS Speakers  Bureau Committee currently has three members, Robert 
Hill, Russ Phifer, and Jim  Kaufman (Chair). 
Want more  information?  =E2=80=A6. _jimkaufman**At_Symbol_Here**labsafety.org_ 

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