From: roberth_hill**At_Symbol_Here**
Subject: Re: [DCHAS-L] 2017 CHAS Awards and CHAS Fellows
Date: Wed, 7 Dec 2016 15:13:31 -0500
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Thanks to all of you for this award.  It was a complete surprise to me as well.  I am honored to be associated with all of the great people in CHAS - it is a great organization that has many highly dedicated professionals who are passionate our safety and the ACS.  Hope to see you in San Francisco.  Thanks. Bob

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From: Doug Walters
Sent: Dec 7, 2016 12:26 PM
Subject: [DCHAS-L] 2017 CHAS Awards and CHAS Fellows

I am announcing the CHAS 2017 Awardee early this year as I will be on a Fulbright in Vietnam from Jan. 7 to June or July.

Please note-The SafetyStratus College/University award will be announced by Neal Langerman in January after a site visit.

Doug Walters
2016-2017 CHAS Awards Chair

The 2017 Awards:

Howard Fawcett Award,
for outstanding contributions to the science, technology, education and communication of chemical health and safety.

Monona Rossol, BS (chem), MS, MFA

For her dedication to furthering chemical safety in the Arts, Crafts and Theater professions.
Monona is the Safety Officer for Local 928 of the United Scenic Artists, International Alliance of Theatrical State Employees (IATSE)

Tillmanns-Skolnick Award,
for outstanding service to the division.

Robert H. Hill, PhD
 Past Chair Committee on Chemical Safety, Past Chair CHAS 

2017 CHAS Fellows:

Larry Gibbs
Dennis Hendershot
Robert H. Hill
Kimberly Jeskie
Jyllian Kemsley
Ken Kretchmann
Peter Reinhard
Monona Rossol
Ellen Sweet

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Robert H. Hill, Jr., Ph.D.

Stone Mountain, GA 30087



"The Safety Ethic: I value safety, work safely, prevent at-risk behavior, promote safety, and accept responsibility for safety." 

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