Date: Wed, 12 Apr 2006 05:45:10 -0500
Reply-To: Leigh Leonard <lleonard**At_Symbol_Here**PRIZIM-INC.COM>
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From: Leigh Leonard <lleonard**At_Symbol_Here**PRIZIM-INC.COM>
Organization: PRIZIM Inc.
Subject: Excellent EH&S Seminar in June!
Colleagues, please excuse the cross posting:




K. Leigh Leonard



301.840.2222 ext. 114



The Catholic University of America to Host Regional EH&S Seminar


Please mark your calendar and plan to attend the upcoming CSHEMA-PRIZIM
Regional Environmental Health & Safety (EH&S) Seminar at The Catholic
University of America (CUA) in Washington, D.C. on June 1 and 2, 2006.


This seminar is designed for anyone with an interest in campus and
laboratory health and safety, environmental compliance, or emergency
preparedness issues. People from educational institutions or
laboratory-based organizations - either small or large -- will benefit from


The seminar will be held at Caldwell Hall at CUA, located in Washington,
D.C. and easily accessible from Washington Reagan National Airport. CUA is
conveniently located on the Brookland-CUA stop of the Metro Red Line. The
program will include a day-long conference on a variety of contemporary
topics presented by invited speakers, and followed by a half-day focused
workshop on fire safety management. You can choose to attend the one-day
session, the half-day workshop, or both. 


The overall theme of the seminar will be strategies for containing new
threats and building on new opportunities. A featured presentation will be
how to respond to the emerging threat of pandemic flu, by Peter Reinhardt,
Director, Environment, Health and Safety at University of North Carolina at
Chapel Hill. There will also be a unique panel discussion focusing on the
conversation among representatives EH&S, Facilities Management, and academia
around sustainability issues at the University of Maryland.  Additional
topics will include:

*        Living with CBRN - Retooling Emergency Management to Terrorist

*        Vulnerability Assessments for Campus Buildings

*        Fire Safety Management - On and Off Campus

*        Update on Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasures (SPCC)
Plans and the new rule for management of academic laboratory wastes


The half-day workshop will address emerging fire safety issues, including
off-campus fire safety, and the essential elements of a robust fire safety
management program.


To view the agenda and workshop descriptions, obtain 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 $180 for the one-day
session and $85 for the half-day workshop.


The Regional EH&S Seminars are provided through a partnership between the
Campus Safety Health & Environmental Management Association (CSHEMA) and

The goal of these events is to bring reasonably priced, yet timely and
valuable, EH&S 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 EH&S
professional practices in academia. 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 EH&S management issues. It seeks to support client EH&S
managers and their organizations through ethical, creative, and sometimes
magical applications of science, management, and communications.  Many know
PRIZIM Inc. through their participation in the widely recognized Laboratory
Safety & Environmental Management Conference.

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