From: Harry Elston <helston**At_Symbol_Here**MIDWESTCHEMSAFETY.COM>
Subject: [DCHAS-L] ADV: Chemical Safety Training at Combined SE/SW ACS Regional Meeting
Date: Tue, 27 Oct 2015 08:38:51 -0500
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Please pardon the cross-posting:


Midwest Chemical Safety will be presenting “Effective Chemical Safety Management: A Risk-Based Perspective” at the combined SERMACS/SWRM regional meeting on November 4th in Memphis.  There is still time to register.


This day-long workshop will introduce and apply a number of risk management tools for safety professionals working in the chemical enterprise.  Using course evaluations from the last set of workshops, we have included fundamental toxicology, waste management and field research into the risk evaluation workshop. 


Online registration for the Regional Meeting can be found at the RM Website: (cut and paste into your browser).  Registration for the workshop includes full meeting registration.


On-site registration will be available, but only a limited number of extra workbooks will be available.  If you think you’re going to register on-site, please contact me to ensure I have workshop material for you.


If you need more information, contact me at helston **At_Symbol_Here** (take the spaces out).  Hope to see you there!





Harry J. Elston, Ph.D., CIH

Midwest Chemical Safety LLC

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