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Date: Thu, 20 Mar 2014 15:23:35 -0400
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Would you like to attend in person?  There are ten seats available on a first come, first served bases (one per organization please).  Lunch will be served starting at noon.  Contact me for directions.

Free LSI Webinar Hosted by BioRAFT on 

Wednesday, April 2, 2014 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EST

Register Now for Free CHO Webinar

What does it take to become the best Chemical Hygiene Officer (CHO)? OSHA requires over 40,000 laboratories in the United States to have a CHO, but they provide little guidance in what it takes to be good at the job. LSI has counseled and trained thousands of Chemical Hygiene Officers, and reviewed and written countless Chemical Hygiene Plans (CHPs). 

Dr. James A. Kaufman, LSI Founder and President/ CEO, will share with you years of experience and insight into what it takes to hire, support, and be "The Best Chemical Hygiene Officer." 

Webinar participants will learn:  

=B7        Background on the OSHA Lab Standard and the CHO role 

=B7        Responsibilities of the Best CHO 

=B7        Hiring and training the Best CHO 

=B7        Supporting and protecting the Best CHO 

=B7        What's in the Best CHO's CHP 

=B7        How to get the resources for your CHO and CHP

<<Register for Free CHO Webinar>>


James A. Kaufman, Ph.D.

The Laboratory Safety Institute (LSI)

A Nonprofit International Organization for
Safety in Science and Science Education

192 Worcester Street, Natick, MA 01760-2252
508-647-1900  Fax: 508-647-0062 
Cell: 508-574-6264  Res: 781-237-1335
Skype: labsafe; 508-319-1225



Chair, ICASE Committee on Safety in Science Education

International Council for Associations of Science Education


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