From: "Secretary, ACS Division of Chemical Health and Safety" <secretary**At_Symbol_Here**DCHAS.ORG>
Subject: [DCHAS-L] Reducing Chemical Hazards: The First Move June 6th - Portland, OR
Date: Wed, 24 May 2017 12:29:35 -0400
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Green Chemistry at Ecology
Reducing Chemical Hazards: The First Move
June 6th - Portland, OR

Registration at

$49 early bird/$69

Early bird ends May 6th!

Flyer is here

It is crucial to make informed decisions when choosing chemicals in products, processes, and supply chains. Companies striving to easily identify hazardous chemicals when making chemical management decisions can now make a first move using the GreenScreen =AE List Translator. This automated tool helps you understand known impacts of chemicals on human health and the environment and categorize which chemicals to avoid when purchasing and designing.

Join the training to:
=B7       Understand the value of chemical hazard assessments and related tools and resources.

=B7       Define GreenScreen =AE List Translator origins, methods, strengths, and limitations.

=B7       Obtain GreenScreen =AE List Translator results for chemicals of interest using automated databases.

=B7       Use this tool to inform chemicals management and sustainability decisions and prioritize action.

It is strongly recommended that you view this webinar recording: First Line of Defense: A Tool for Chemical Hazard Assessment prior to attending. It can be found at

Highlights from participants from the Seattle training:

"I would recommend this class to anyone who has responsibility or control over chemicals, materials or substances in some capacity- no matter the type of business"

"This subject matter is a "win-win" because paying attention to chemical hazards protects people/environments AND saves money for corporations AND government"

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