From: DCHAS Membership Chair <membership**At_Symbol_Here**DCHAS.ORG>
Subject: [DCHAS-L] Last Reminder: ACS Webinar on Creating a Lab Safety Culture for Industrial Chemists, Educators, and Grad Students
Date: Mon, 8 Oct 2018 12:25:05 -0400
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Don't forget to register at
for Thursday's ACS webinar on Creating a Lab Safety Culture for Industrial Chemists, Educators, and Grad Students. More than 800 people have already registered for the webinar. It is available for free live to everyone; the archived version will be available to ACS members in about a week.

Webinar description:

How can you develop your safety skills and support a safe lab to work in everyday whether you are in industry or academia? In 2018, the American Chemical Society recognized that chemical safety as an integral part of its strategic mission. During this free interactive broadcast, join ACS President Dr. Peter Dorhout as well as three experts in a lively discussion of how this initiative influences their roles as educators, industry and graduate students as well as the valuable new ACS lab safety resources for both the teaching and research chemistry laboratory.

What You Will Learn
? What safety knowledge, skills, and attitude does industry expect of the chemists it hires
? How graduate students can impact the safety conditions and programs in their research labs
? What faculty members can do to model safe practices in the teaching and research labs

Webinar Details
? Date: Thursday, October 11, 2018 at 2-3 pm ET
? Fee: Free to Attend
? Download slides on day of the Live broadcast


Dr. Peter K. Dorhout
American Chemical Society

Dawn Mason
Eastman Chemical Company

Dr. Dominick Casadonte
Texas Tech University

Kali Serrano
University of Illinois

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