Good morning, everyone and please pardon the cross-posting
There are plenty of opportunity to get high-quality training and accumulate Certification Maintenance Points for ABIH, BCCP and IHM certifications with an emphasis on chemical safety and chemical risk management.
The Division of Chemical Health and Safety of the American Chemical Society is offering four full-day workshops and one half-day workshop in conjunction with the ACS Spring National Meeting in San Francisco (March 31 and April 1):
Laboratory Waste Management
The Lab Safety Workshop
How to be a More Effective Chemical Hygiene Officer
Reactive Chemical Management for Laboratories and Pilot Plants
Using ACS Lab Safety Resources in the Classroom (Half-day)
Early-bird workshop pricing ($300 full day, $175 half day, Member; $350 full day/$200 half-day Non-Member) is good through the end of this week, February 17th. All workshops require a minimum number of participants. See the Division Website at:
for complete workshop information and course descriptions.
If you cannot make it to San Francisco’s National Meeting, Midwest Chemical Safety is offering two full day workshops in Birmingham, Alabama on March 23 and 24, the week before the ACS meeting:
Effective Chemical Safety Management: A Risk-Based Approach (March 23)
Research Without Rules: Process Safety Management for Research and Small-Scale Chemical Processes (March 24)
Single workshop are priced at $350 for ACS/AIHA/ACGIH/CSHEMA members $375 non-members; or take both for $600 (members), $650 (non-members). A minimum number of participants is required to have the workshops presented.
More information about the workshops and registration can be found at: http://midwestchemsafety.com/workshop.php
Questions? Let me know
Harry J. Elston, Ph.D., CIH
Midwest Chemical Safety LLC
2017 CHAS Chair
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