From: Jessica Martin <jessica.a.martin**At_Symbol_Here**UCONN.EDU>
Subject: [DCHAS-L] Feb. 7th, 2 PM to 6 PM ET - ACS CHAS Empowering Academic Researchers to Strengthen Safety Culture Workshop
Date: Fri, 8 Jan 2021 09:38:41 -0500
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Hello Everyone,

We are holding ACS CHAS workshop "Empowering Academic Researchers to Strengthen Safety Culture" again on Sunday, February 7th, 2 PM to 6 PM ET by Zoom. The workshop is only $25 per attendee! 

I would appreciate it if you would spread the word among STEM folk in your networks! The workshop is designed for graduate students and postdocs working in STEM departments, as well as for faculty and safety professionals interested in supporting the development of Laboratory Safety Teams (LST) and the strengthening of safety culture. We've had advanced undergraduate students join us as well and benefit from the experience! If your department has already established an LST, this workshop can also help it grow and mature - as well as strengthen connections among students across universities who are working hard to strengthen safety culture.

For more information and for registration information, please go to the following link:

The deadline to register is Friday, January 29th!

Any questions? Feel free to email me! 

Thank you so much for your support!

Jessica A. Martin
NSF Graduate Research Fellow
Joint Safety Team 
Pinkhassik Group, Department of Chemistry
University of Connecticut

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