From: "Geraci, Charles L. (Chuck) (CDC/NIOSH/EID)" <ciu9**At_Symbol_Here**CDC.GOV>
Subject: [DCHAS-L] Lab Safety Culture and Nanotechnology
Date: Tue, 10 May 2016 19:36:50 +0000
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Pardon the duplication if this has already crossed your desk.


NanoEHS Webinar Series: Applying a Lab Safety Culture to Nanotechnology: Educating the Next Generation of Nanoscientists.


"Applying a Lab Safety Culture to Nanotechnology: Educating the Next Generation of Nanoscientists," a free webinar hosted by the NNCOWednesday May 18, 2016, at 2-3 PM EDT. It is the first event in a series that describes strategies for safe development and use of nanotechnology along the life cycle of nanomaterials and nano-enabled products. This webinar will discuss how an effective culture of safety in the research laboratory facilitates safe and responsible nanomaterial research and meets the national objective of responsible development.

The goals of this webinar are to:




Charles L. Geraci, Jr. – Associate Director for Nanotechnology at the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)

Keith J. Watson  –Vice President of Core Research and Development for the Dow Chemical Company

Larry Gibbs – Associate Vice Provost for environmental health and safety at Stanford University

Craig Merlic – Associate Professor of Chemistry and Executive Director for the UCLA Center for Laboratory Safety

Lori Seiler – Associate Director for Global R&D EHS at Dow Chemical




Charles L. Geraci, Jr.,  Ph.D., CIH

Associate Director for Nanotechnology

National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health

1090 Tusculum Avenue

Cincinnati, OH  45226

 513.533.8339   cgeraci**At_Symbol_Here**


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