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Subject: CHAS-At-A-Glance - Fall National Meeting - Boston, MA 8/22-25,

CHAS-At-A-Gla nce – ACS Fall 2010 National Meeting

Boston, MA=A0 August 22-25, 2010

Please plan on attending the Division of Chemical Health and Safety’s Techni cal Program and Workshops in Boston in August, 2010.=A0 We have listed for your consideration our workshops and technical programming.=A0 We believe we hav e put together the best technical program to help you be successful and work safe ly in your laboratory.=A0 We have also listed a Presidential Event that is foc used on laboratory safety.

Workshops:=A0 (see for registration information)

Friday, August 20th:

=B7          Laboratory Safety – 8:00 – 5:00, Boston Convention and Exposition Center, 102B.=A0 Presented by Jim Kaufman,=A0 Lab Safety Institute

=B7          Laboratory Waste Management Workshop – 8:00 – 5:00, Boston Convention and Exposition Center, 102A.=A0 Presented by Russell Phifer

Saturday, August 21st:

=B7          How to be a More Effective Chemical Hygiene Officer – 8:00 – 5:00, Boston Convention and Expositi on Center, 101.=A0 P resented by Jim Kaufman, Russell Phifer and George Wahl

=B7          Chemical Reactivity Hazards, Laboratory Scale, Recognition & Control – 8:00-3:00, Boston Convention and Exposition Center, 102A.=A0 Presented by N eal Langerman

=B7          HAZWOPER 8 Hour Refresher Training Workshop8:00 R 11; 5:00, Boston Convention and Exposition Center, 102B.=A0 Presented by Stefan Wawzyniecki< /o:p>


D. M. Decker, Program Chair


MIT Graduate Student Symposium: Mon

Sponsored by CHED, Cosponsored by AGRO, ANYL, CHAS, COLL, GSSPC, HIST, I&EC, INOR, NUCL, ORGN, POLY, and PRES

Monday AM:

Chemistry and Policy: Solving Problems at the Interface

The Interface, Health, Environment, and Securi ty

Monday PM:

Chemistry and Policy: Solving Problems at the Interface

Th e Scientist in Public Service, Energy, and Innovation< /h4>


Executive Committee Breakfast:=A0 8:30 AM: Sun=A0 Bosto n Convention and Exhibition Center, 211

Social Hour:=A0 5:30 – 7:30 PM: Mon – Joint reception presented by DivCHAS and the Division of S mall Chemical Business, with additional sponsorship by NIOSH and Elsevier – STIX Restaurant, 35 Stanhope Street



Boston Convention & Exhibition Cent er

Room 213

Awards Symposium

D. Walt ers, Organizer, Presiding

1:35 1. Reflections on fifteen years in health and safety in academia. D. M. Decker

1:55 2. Laboratory safety at Princeton. R. M. Izzo

2:15 3. Understanding the safe use and limitations of laboratory fume hoods, biolog ical safety cabinets and ventilated balance enclosures. A. T. Chinni, J. R. Rizzo

2:35 4. Laboratory ventilation: 2010 Revision of ANSI Z9.5. L. DiBerardinis

2:55 5. Beyond ANSI/ASHRAE 110: Factorin g turbulent intensity into the chemical fume hood test protocol. F. Memarzadeh

Ask Dr. Safety: About Handling Air/Water Reactive and Pyrophoric Materials

N. Lang erman, Organizer, Presiding

3:35 6. Nature of the pyrophoric beast: A review and comparison of safety approache s in academic, government, and industrial settings. D. Bunzow, R. Kelly

3:55 7. Utilizing solvent recycling and other methods to reduce quantities of hazar dous waste generated. S. Brehio

4:15 8. ATOMICS in action: An injury-fre e career at Los Alamos National Lab. M. Montalvo


Boston Convention & Exhibition Center

Room 213

Conside ring the Human Element:=A0 Hazards Analysis and Accident Investigation

K. Jesk ie, Organizer, Presiding

9:05 9. Fundamentals of human performance improvement: Part I. M. McIntosh

9:55 10. Fundamentals of human performance improvement: Part 2. M. McIntosh

10:45 11. Using human performance fundamentals while investigating events in a fundamental chemistry research organization. M. Ross

11:10 12. “They did what?!” Fighting our own human instincts so we can le arn from minor laboratory accidents. K. Jeskie


Boston Convention & Exhibition Center

Room 213

Conside ring the Human Element:=A0 How we Prepare Chemists for Work

K. Jesk ie, Organizer, Presiding

12:35 13. Human factors in accident prevention. R. Lippman

1:00 14. Old hazards don't change, but older researchers do. K. P. Fivizzani

1:40 15. Training strategies for high throughput user facilities. J. M. Pickel

2:05 16. Learning not to repeat someone else's mistakes. K. Jeskie

The Sch ool Chemical Cleanout Campaign (SC3) Needs You

R. Phif er, Organizer, Presiding

3:05 17. Schools chemical cleanout campaign (SC3): ACS/EPA partnership. K. Meson< /o:p>

3:25 18. Chemical management for the future: How universities can assist k-12 school s with safe chemical management. S. Morin

3:45 19. Keeping our schools safe: The importance of responsible chemical management from a k-12 teacher's perspective. J. Miele

4:05 20. How you can help your school district manage their chemicals. R. Phifer


Sci- Mix

D. M. D ecker, Organizer

8:00 - 10:00

21. Did I really see that? Can you spot the hazard. F. K. Wood-Black< /p>

22. Division of Chemical Health and Safety. D. M. Decker


Boston Convention & Exhibition Center

Room 213

Chemica l Life Cycle Management

L. M. S troud, Organizer, Presiding

9:05 23. Web-based relational chemical and product database. G. R. Thompson

9:25 24. State of chemical surplus sharing programs at colleges and universities. M. W. Weil

9:45 25. "Green" criteria to support green principles. G. R. Thompson

10:05 26. Web-based modules for assessment of "green" chemicals, products, processes and waste. G. R. Thompson

10:40 27. Lean six sigma tools for a Glovebox Glove Integrity Program. M. E. Cournoyer

11:00 28. Enhancing the shelf-life and safety of peroxide-forming solvents. A. Apblett, N. Materer, D. Bussan

11:20 29. Shelf life and storage of chemicals: Applications for chemical inventory management. I. G . Cesa

11:40 30. Full lifecycle approach to chem ical safety management. K. Blake


Boston Convention and Exhibition Center

Room 210B

Pres idential Event:=A0 Laboratory Safety

Cospons ored by: BCST/NRC, CCS, CHAS, NAS

Frank Walworth, Organizer

1:30 Introductory Remarks

1:40 32. Prudent practices in the laboratory: Handling and management of chemical hazards. William F. Carroll Jr., Barbara L. Foster, Kathryn Hughes

2:10 33. Development of chemical safety program at Chulalongkorn University. Supaw an Tantayanon

2:40 34. Promoting chemical laboratory safety and security in developing countries. Charles P. Casey, Tina M. Masciangioli

3:20 35. The state of chemical safety in laboratories of African universities . Temechegn Engida

4:00 36. Safety in academic laborato ries: The perspective of the US Chemical Safety Board. John Breslan d


Boston Convention & Exhibition Center

Room 213

Chemist ry in Preventing and Combating Disease

R. Hill , Organizer, Presiding

8:35 31. Synthetic versions of cellular materials: Potential new therapies and risks . C. Mickelson

8:55 32. Fighting global tuberculosis with chemistry. J. S. Baum

9:15 33. Non-invasive means for estimating a smoker's uptake of harmful chemicals. < strong>C. H. Watson

9:35 34. Application of chemistry to end-of service life determination of personal protective equipment. J. L. Snyder

10:10 35. Using soyscreen in an oil-based biopesticide formulation to protect Beau veria bassiana conidia from degradation by ultraviolet light energy. R. W. Behle, D . L. Compton, J. A. Laszlo

10:30 36. Determination of =E1–amanitin in human urine by negative ion MRM and LC/MS/MS. C. Pit tman, S. Lemire, L. Swaim, R. Johnson

10:50 37. Ultra-trace determination of beryllium in occupational hygiene samples. K. Ashley

11:10 38. Determination of total reactive isocyanate group (TRIG) using 1,8-diaminonaphthalene (DAN) as a derivatizing reagent. R. P. Streicher, D. Bello, F. Nourian, K. Ernst


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