Date: Wed, 17 Feb 2010 14:47:37 -0800
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From: "Debbie M. Decker" <dmdecker**At_Symbol_Here**UCDAVIS.EDU>
Subject: CHAS-At-A-Glance - Spring 2010 National Meeting, San Francisco, CA
Appended is CHAS-At-A-Glance for the upcoming meeting in San Francisco.  Pl
ease consider attending some or all of our technical programming and worksh
ops.  We have a wonderful group of presentations, sure to be interesting an
d informative.

Debbie M. Decker
Program Chair
Division of Chemical Health and Safety
UCDavis - EH&S
1 Shields Ave.
Davis, CA  95616
CHAS-At-A-Glance - ACS Spring 2010 National Meeting
San Francisco, CA   March 19-24, 2010
Please plan on attending the Division of Chemical Health and Safety's Techn
ical Program and Workshops in San Francisco in March, 2010.  We have listed
 for your consideration our workshops and technical programming.  We believ
e we have put together the best technical program to help you be successful
 and work safely in your laboratory.

Workshops:  (see for registration information)

Friday, March 19th:
*         Laboratory Safety - 8:00 - 5:00, Moscone Center, 3018.  Presented
 by Jim Kaufman,  Lab Safety Institute
*         Laboratory Waste Management Workshop - 8:00 - 5:00, Moscone Cente
r, 3016.  Presented by Russell Phifer

Saturday, March 20th:
*         How to be a More Effective Chemical Hygiene Officer - 8:00 - 5:00
, Moscone Center, 3016.  Presented by  Russell Phifer and George Wahl
*         Chemical Reactivity Hazards - 8:00 - 3:30, Moscone Center, 3018. 
 Presented by Neal Langerman
D. M. Decker, Program Chair


Beyond the Bench: Non-Traditional Careers in Chemistry (see CHAL, Mon)

Chemistry and the Developing World (see CHED, Tue)

Sustaining a Work-Life Balance (see BMGT, Wed)

Organometallic Chemistry: Synthesis and Characterization (see INOR, Sun, We
d, Thu)


Executive Committee Breakfast:  8:30 AM: Sun

Social Hour:  5 - 7 PM: Mon

Reception:  6:00 PM: Tue


The Moscone Center

Room 3018 West Bldg.

Teaching Safety, Part 1:  Focusing on Pyrophoric and Reactive Materials
Cosponsored by CCS and ORGN
N. Langerman and G. Wahl, Organizers

1:30 Introductory Remarks.

1:35 1. Teaching safety: Our great responsibility. G. H. Wahl, Jr

1:55 2. Pyrophoric and air/water sensitive chemical hazards. N. Langerman

2:15 3. Transferring air-sensitive reagents. M. Potyen

3:00 Intermission.

3:15 4. Handling pyrophoric reagents. M. Alnajjar

4:00 5. Instructional safety videos for YouTube generation. H. Weizman, D. 
A. Harvey

4:30 Panel Discussion.

The Moscone Center
Room 3018 West Bldg.
Safety in the Undergraduate Classroom
Cosponsored by CCS and CHED
D. Finster, Organizer, Presiding

1:30 Introductory Remarks.

1:35 6. Presenting laboratory safety to undergraduates. J. M. Crockett

1:55 7. Teaching safety 1000 students at a time: Self study for lab student
s. S. M. Kennedy, J. G. Palmer

2:15 8. Safety here, safety there, safety, safety everywhere: Using educato
r and other tools to integrate safety into the curriculum. S. Bradley

2:35 9. New approach for teaching laboratory safety: Four-year textbook for
 undergraduate chemistry. R. H. Hill, D. C. Finster

2:55 Intermission.

3:10 10. Incorporating the new ACS safety guidelines into the undergraduate
 program. S. B. Sigmann

3:30 11. Assessing safety in the teaching laboratory. J. Nail

3:50 12. ACS guidelines for chemical safety education in undergraduate chem
istry programs. W. F. Polik

4:10 13. From nanoparticles to novel protective garments. S. Rajagopalan, C
. Aikens, S. Alam, D. Karote, J. Langemeier, C. Leaym, J. Millette

4:30 Concluding Remarks.

The Moscone Center
Hall D
D. M. Decker, Organizer

8:00 - 10:00
8:00 14. Oh No!  I really did not see that!. F. Wood-Black

8:00 15. Divison of Chemical Health and Safety. D. M. Decker

The Moscone Center
Room 3018 West Bldg.
Laboratory Design and Operation for a Sustainable Planet: Building Gates an
d Removing Fences
Cosponsored by CCS and CEI
S. Fisher and R. Stuart, Organizers

8:30 Introductory Remarks.

8:35 16. Sustainability issues in chemistry laboratories. R. Stuart

9:00 17. Designing a greener lab building. M. Smith

9:25 18. Green chemistry: A strategic approach. M. Murphy, K. Maynard

9:50 19. Laboratory air quality and sustainability. R. Klein, C. King, A. K

10:15 Intermission.

10:30 20. Sash management made simple: A bright vinyl stripe for scientists
. G. M. Guzman, A. P. Doyle

10:55 21. Clean rooms: A great opportunity for high performance conservatio
n. B. J. Crowe, A. Getty

11:20 22. Evaluating strategies for reducing energy use in university labor
atories and research buildings. S. Posner, G. Thompson
The Moscone Center
Room 3018 West Bldg.
Perspectives on Biofuels: Potential Benefits and Possible Pitfalls
Cosponsored by CCS and CEI
R. Lomneth, C. Taylor, and F. Wood-Black, Organizers

1:00 Introductory Remarks.

1:05 23. Unintended consequences: Evaluation of the pros and cons of new te
chnologies and regulatory drivers as they relate to potential changes in be
havior and infrastructure.. F. K. Wood-Black

1:35 24. Biofuels development in an international context: Differing goals,
 strategies, and technologies. L. E. Fernandez

2:05 25. Approaches to biofuels environmental and social sustainability sta
ndards in developing and underdeveloped countries. J. M. Endres

2:35 26. Perspectives in biofuels sustainability and development. G. Viscon

3:05 Intermission.

3:20 27. Projecting an energy future: Granular global scenarios and potenti
als. C. Taylor

3:50 28. Ethics and biofuels: Feedstock selection epitomizes conflicts in s
takeholder values. H. Youngs

4:20 29. Algae, a near term option for clean, sustainable renewable fuels. 
M. Frome

4:50 30. Avoiding the unintended consequences of bioenergy. S. A. Miller

5:20 31. Sustainability of bioenergy from forestry. M. Patton-Mallory

5:50 Concluding Remarks.
The Moscone Center
Room 3018 West Bldg.
Teaching Safety, Part 2:  Focusing on Pyrophoric and Reactive Materials
 G. Wahl and N. Langerman, Organizers

8:30 Introductory Remarks.

8:35 32. Nature of the pyrophoric beast: A review and comparison of safety 
approaches in academic, governmental and industrial settings. D. A. Bunzow,
 R. J. Kelly

9:05 33. Safe use of organolithium compounds in the synthesis of polymers. 
J. M. Pickel

9:35 34. What NOT to say when regulators/police arrive. K. McAllister

10:05 35. Playing with fire: Using pyrophoric chemicals in research. J. Nai

10:25 Discussion.

Ask Dr. Safety about Reproductive Hazards in the Chemical Workplace
Cosponsored by CCS
N. Langerman, Organizer

11:00 Introductory Remarks.

11:05 36. Ask Dr. Safety: Reproductive toxicity hazards. N. Langerman, H. E
lston, A. Hall

11:35 Panel Discussion.

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