Subject: [DCHAS-L] ADV: CHAS Workshops
Date: Tue, 28 Feb 2017 07:58:54 -0800
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Registration is still open for the CHAS chemical safety workshops in San Francisco


Three are confirmed to be presented:

Friday:             Lab Safety Workshop

Saturday:        How to be a more effective CHO workshop

                        Recognition and Control of highly reactive chemistry workshop


The Cannabis workshops, Lab Waste workshop, and Using ACS hazard and risk tools workshops are pending a few more registrants.


You can get more information or register at


Sign up now – all attendees are also invited to the CHAS open meeting on Sunday, 2 April and CHAS-CHAL social, Monday, 3 April.

You do not need to register for the ACS meeting to attend these events.






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