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Subject: [DCHAS-L] Congratulations 2019 CHAS Award Winners!--- For more information about the DCHAS-L e-mail list, contact the Divisional membership chair at membership**At_Symbol_Here**dchas.org Follow us on Twitter **At_Symbol_Here**acsdchas
On behalf of the Awards Committee, it gives me great pleasure to announce to the Division Membership the winners of the 2019 ACS Division of Chemical Health and Safety (CHAS) Awards.
Thank you to everyone who submitted nominations and suggestions, and to the Awards Selection Subcommittee members for evaluating the nominees and providing me with advice and support!
Please join me in congratulating the following recipients, who have already been notified individually and will be recognized at the CHAS awards symposium in San Diego.. I will also be sending an announcement through the DCHAS-L listserv..
Howard Fawcett Award:
Outstanding contribution to the science, technology, education and communication of chemical health and safety
- Samuella Sigmann
Outstanding, long-term service to the Division of Chemical Health and Safety
- Harry Elston
Lifetime Achievement Award:
A lifetime of dedication and service to the American Chemical Society, the ACS Division of Chemical Health and Safety, and the field of chemical health and safety
- Ken Fivizzani
- Doug Walters
SafetyStratus College and University Health and Safety Award:
The most comprehensive laboratory safety program in higher education (undergraduate study only)
- University of Pittsburgh, Department of Chemistry and Department of EH&S
CHAS members in good standing who have provided continuous service with 15+ years of CHAS membership or 7+ years of membership with at least 3 years of active participation
- Kuespert Daniel R
- David Finster
- James Kaufmann
- Chris Incarvito
- Marta Gmurczyk
More information about each of these awards can be found at DCHAS.org.
Kimi Brown, NCRR-CHO, CSP
CHAS Awards Committee Chair 2019
Sr. Lab Safety Specialist
University of Pennsylvania
Robert H. Hill, Jr., Ph..D.
Stone Mountain, GA 30087
"The Safety Ethic: I value safety, teach safety, work safely, prevent at-risk behavior, promote safety, and accept responsibility for safety."
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