Date: Thu, 5 Jul 2007 17:28:15 EDT
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From: NRCC6**At_Symbol_Here**AOL.COM
Subject: Re: CHAS Workshops Schedule Boston, August 17-18
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In a message dated 7/5/2007 4:38:42 PM Eastern Standard Time,  
ecgrants**At_Symbol_Here**UVM.EDU writes:

How To  Be A More Effective Chemical Hygiene Officer
CHAS Members   $325.00   Non-CHAS Members  $375.00
August 18, 2007   8:30 AM - 4:00 PM
Presented by Dr. James Kaufman, Mr. Russell Phifer, Dr.  George Wahl, Jr.

Take a close look at the Chemical Hygiene Officer  position, and  
prepare at the same time for the NRCC -CHO  Certification exam to be  
held the next day. Kaufman, Phifer and Wahl  give a different slant to  
safety issues in the laboratory, focusing  on what you do and how you  
can do it better. The presenters bring a  wide variety of experience  
to the table, but the real stars of the  workshop are you =E2=80=93 past  
attendees note the interactive approach  focusing on their problems,  
from getting administrators involve in  safety to dealing with  
regulatory concerns. The course covers all of  the content areas of  
the certification exam, including a sample test  in the same format as  
the real one. Whether you are a new Chemical  Hygiene Officer or an  
"old=" one, you will find something to put to  real use in th
is fast- 
paced presentation.

To request an application to sit for the NRCC Chemical Hygiene Officer  
certification exam, please send an email to _nrcc6**At_Symbol_Here**aol.com_ (mailto:nrcc6**At_Symbol_Here**ao 
.  Put CHO in the Subject  line.  Completed applications and supporting 
documents should arrive at  NRCC by August 1, 2007 in order to be processed 
in time 
for the August 19, 2007  exam date in Boston.  

Gilbert E.  Smith, Ph.D.
Executive Director
National Registry of Certified  Chemists
927 S. Walter Reed Drive, #11
Arlington, VA  22204

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