From: DCHAS Membership Chair <membership**At_Symbol_Here**DCHAS.ORG>
Subject: [DCHAS-L] ACS Webinar tomorrow: Lab Safety for Researchers
Date: Wed, 14 Aug 2019 15:48:44 -0400
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Don't forget to register tomorrow's webinar. We will be debuting the latest ACS short video aimed at the research laboratory audience as part of this broadcast!

- Ralph

Hello Ralph,

=EF=BB=BFWhat are researchers expected to know? What rules are they required to follow? What are the legal consequences if they are broken? 
Join program area experts Kali Miller, Mary Beth Mulcahy, and Ralph Stuart during this free interactive broadcast to explore the answers to these questions and learn practical tips for addressing these responsibilities. 
What You Will Learn

  • The most common questions that have been asked by graduate students about legal aspects of their safety responsibilities in the lab 
  • Guidelines and resources for identifying and understanding researchers' regulatory responsibilities 
  • Lessons learned about practical aspects of managing regulations in the research lab setting 
Additional Webinar Resource
What can organizations do to let researchers know that their safety is not only valued but expected? 

Join Hosts Jyllian Kemsley and Matt Davenport during this episode of C&EN's Stereo Chemistry as they talk to experts about the importance of leadership, commitment, and education to transform lab safety from an exercise in compliance to a core element of the central science. 

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