Date: Mon, 15 Feb 2010 10:03:08 -0500
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Subject: Upcoming HF acid safety webinar

As part of our product stewardship activities relating to the production 
and shipment of HF acid, my employer, Honeywell International, offers 
free on-line training seminars on first aid and medical treatments for 
HF acid exposures.

The next training session is:
Tuesday, March 2, 2010
9:00 am to 10:30 am Eastern Standard Time

To register for the seminar, go to the website 

=46rom the menu running across the top of the page, choose "Technical 
Services and Training", and then "On-Line HF Training Seminars".

Then select "HF First Aid and Medical Treatment Seminar".  Select 
"register online".  You will receive an e-mail confirmation of your 
registration with a computer link to view the presentation, and a call 
in number to hear the audio portion.  (You can accomplish the same 
registration by selecting "On-Line Training Seminars" from the HFAcid 

This is an interactive seminar you will have the opportunity to ask 
questions online during the seminar as well as via phone line at the end 
of the seminar.

If your facility may provide treatment for individuals exposed to HF 
acid, I also encourage you to download Honeywell's monograph on First 
Aid and Medical Treatment.  It is available from the same website.  =46rom
 the homepage of on the right hand side of the page under 
"Download Technical Docs" select "HF Medical Book".  The monograph is in 
the PDF format.

I am confident that you will find this training and information to be 
valuable in your work as occupational health professionals and free of 
commercial bias.

Liz Jennison, MD
Associate Medical Director
Honeywell International

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