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From: "Debbie M. Decker" <dmdecker**At_Symbol_Here**UCDAVIS.EDU>
Subject: DivCHAS At-A-Glance Programming at Salt Lake City National Meeting

CHAS At A Glance - Spring 200 9 National Meeting - Salt Lake City

Please plan on attending the Division of Chemical Health and Safety=92s Technical Program and Workshops in Salt Lake City, March 2009.=A0 We have listed for your consideration our workshop and technical programming.=A0 We believ e we have put together the best technical program to help you be successful and work safely in your laboratory.

Workshop (see the DivCHAS website for registration information)

Saturday, March 21, 2009:< /o:p>

=B7         How to be a More Effective Chemical Hygiene Officer - presented by Jim Kaufman, Russell Phifer and George Wahl


Final Program, 237th ACS Nation al Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, March 22-26, 2009

D. M. Decker, Program Chair


Green and Sustainable Chemistry Education: Preparing Students for Challenging and Emerging Careers (see < span style='font-style:italic'>CHED, Wed)

Integrating Nanoscience into the College and High Schoo l Classroom (see CHE D, Sun)

Naturally Nano (see CHED, Tue)

Green Chemistry (see YCC, Mon)

Small Chemical Businesses and Nanoscience (see SCHB, Tue)

Executive Committee Luncheon:< /b> Sun (Sheraton, Market West Room)


Sheraton -- Executive Room A

Health and Safety Concerns of Polymeric Nanomaterials

Cosponsored by POLY=87 and NANO
D. M. Decker and J. M. Pickel, Organiz ers

1:30 =97 Intr oductory Remarks.
1:35 =971. Untold promise an d unknown risks: Science-based decision-making for nanotechnology. E. J. Amis
1:55 =972. Perspectives on h ow the US Food and Drug Administration regulates nanotechnology in food contac t articles, including food packaging materials and components of food process ing equipment. E. S. Furukawa
2:15 =973. An overview of rules, regulations, consensus standards, and professional organization activities aimed at ensuring the safety of nano R&D. B. Stockmaier
2:35 =97 Intermission.
2:50 =974. Risk communicatio ns for researchers and staff engaged in nanomaterials development. B. Ogle
3:10 =975. Withdrawn.
3:30 =976. Health and safety guidance from the Univers ity of California for nanomaterial use. D. M. Decker
3:50 =977. Effectiveness of personal protective equipment (PPE) and engineering controls for nanomateri als. M. Hoover, R. Shaffer Jr.
4:10 =97 Discussion.


Squatter's Pub Brewery, 147 West Broadway< /p>

Social Event - Sponsored by IHI Environment al

Pat Schumann, Organizer

5:30 - 7:30 PM

Salt Palace Convention Center -- Hall 5


D. M. Decker, Organizer

8:00 - 10:00

8. I can't believe they did that. F. Wood-Black
9. Laboratory safety for che mistry students: A new textbook. D. C. Finster , R. H. Hill Jr.
10. Don't horse around with safety. T. Black, F. Wood-Bl ack
11. Why chemists do =93unwise=94 things: Learning lessons from our mistakes. R. H. Hill Jr., D. C. Finster


Sheraton -- Executive Room A

Health and Safety Concerns of Polymeric Nanomaterials

Cosponsored by POLY=87 and NANO
D. M. Decker and J. M. Pickel, Organiz ers

9:00 =97 Intr oductory Remarks.
9:05 =9712. Polymers as nanomaterials. J. M. Pickel< br> 9:25 =9713. Toxicology consi derations of nanomaterials. R. Ogle
9:45 =9714. Development of methods for sampling of nanoparticles. S. Hollenbeck, J. Jankov ich
10:05 =97 Intermission.
10:20 =9715. Exploring the nanoworld: Analyzing envrionmental nanoparticle samples. G. S. Casuccio
10:40 =9716. Environmental exposure assessments for nanomaterials in the R&D environment. T. Zontek
11:00 =9717. Withdrawn.
11:20 =97 Discussion. < /o:p>


Sheraton -- Executive Room A

Hazardous Waste at Academic Laboratories: Final Rule Panel Discussion

D. M. Decker, Organizer

1:30 =9718. Hazardous waste at academic laboratories: Final rule panel discussion. D. M. Decker, N. Langerman, R. W. Ph ifer

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