Date: Wed, 7 Mar 2007 11:21:04 -0600
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 Seminars coming to Orlando and Boulder
The University of Central Florida and University of Colorado at Boulder to
Host Regional EH&S Seminars


Mark your calendar and plan to attend the upcoming CSHEMA-PRIZIM Regional
Environmental Health & Safety (EH&S) Seminar at the University of Central
Florida (UCF) in Orlando, Florida April 16th-17th, 2007.  


(As a side note, for those of you in the west, a Regional EH&S Seminar is
also be planned for June 18th-19th, 2007, hosted by University of Colorado
at Boulder.  Watch for future postings with details about this seminar.)


These seminars are designed for anyone with an interest in campus and
laboratory health and safety, risk management, or environmental compliance.
People from educational institutions or laboratory-based organizations -
either small or large - will benefit from attending.


The UCF seminar will be held at the Live Oak Ballroom at UCF, and easily
accessible from Orlando International Airport.  The program will include a
conference, from Noon to 5 p.m. on April 16th, and 8 a.m. to Noon on April
17th, on a variety of contemporary topics presented by invited speakers.
The conference will be followed by an afternoon workshop focused on the
opportunities and challenges inherent in integrating EH&S and Risk
Management programs.  You can choose to attend the conference or, the
half-day workshop from 1 p.m. - 5 p.m. on the 17th, or both. 


The overall theme of the seminar will be the intersection of EH&S and risk
management spheres.  A featured presentation by the widely known university
EH&S leader, Dr. Robert Emery, will focus on how universities operate and
what this means for effective management of institutional risks.  Dr. Emery
is Assistant Vice President of EH&S, University of Texas Health Science
Center at Houston.  Additional topics will include:

*        EPA's Lab Waste Rule - What Does it Mean for Smaller Campuses? 

*        Special Event Management - Key Players and Considerations 

*        Safety and Risk Management from Afar - Protecting Students and
Staff in Field Science and Research 

*        Fire and Building Code Impacts on Laboratory Design and Renovation 

*        Fuel Management - Regulations Update and Alternative Fuel Prospects


The half-day workshop, moderated by Dr. Emery, will focus on maximizing
synergies among EH&S, risk management, and insurance programs.  


To view the conference agenda and a detailed workshop description, 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) 840-2222 ext 133.  Payment must be
enclosed or registration will not be processed.  Registration is $180 for
the conference and $85 for the Tuesday afternoon workshop.


The Regional EH&S Seminars are provided through a partnership between the
Campus Safety Health & Environmental Management Association (CSHEMA) and
PRIZIM Inc.  The goal of these events is to bring reasonably priced, yet
timely and valuable, professional development opportunities to individuals
from campuses and other laboratory-based organizations who are interested in
EH&S issues and requirements. Professional development credits are


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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