Date: Fri, 19 Oct 2007 16:55:31 -0400
Reply-To: "George H. Wahl, Jr." <george_wahl**At_Symbol_Here**NCSU.EDU>
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From: "George H. Wahl, Jr." <george_wahl**At_Symbol_Here**NCSU.EDU>
Subject: New Orleans Meeting


As you know, 28 October is our Deadline for accepting papers for the  
New Orleans next April.

How about thinking creatively this Friday afternoon?

		What was the most exciting safety problem you encountered during  
the last year or two?  Wouldn't it be a great topic to share in our  
New Orleans Meeting since we'll have BOTH AICHE members and ACS  
members to listen???

		Please consider submitting a 15-20 min presentation describing what  
happened, show a few pics, what you've done to insure that it doesn't  
happen again, and include any presentation material you may have  
developed to teach about this "danger".

		This is what we do all the time, right?  Consider sharing your most  
interesting such incident.   You'll be glad you did!!

ALSO -  Likely you know someone else who had such an experience.  How  
about asking that person to submit a short presentation?  A personal  
invitation may be all that the person needs to get moving.

	I like to remember          It couldn't be simpler,  
and it does permit anyone to get to the How to submit a Presentation  

After going to

Select   Meetings    then,  Spring 2008    then,  Technical Programs  
- Submit an Abstract

		or go directly to 
oasys.htm			...........  Couldn't be easier!!

I'd love to be inundated with your insightful presentations!  And  
don't forget about our Symposium Only New Orleans Party!  tba

						Laissez les bon temps roulez!



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