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Upcoming events MAY 2014 Guidelines for Laboratory Design: Health and Safety Considerations May 5–9 Harvard School of Public Health Boston, MA Effective Risk Communication: Theory, Tools, and Practical Skills for Communicating about Risk May 19–21 Harvard School of Public Health Boston, MA AIHce 2014 May 31–June 5 San Antonio, TX 78205 Website: http://aihce2014.org/ JUNE 2014 18th Ann. Green Chemistry & Engineering Conf. June 17–19 North Bethesda, MD Website: http://gcande.org Comprehensive Industrial Hygiene: The Application of Basic Principles June 23–27, 2014 Harvard School of Public Health Boston, MA JULY 2014 40th Intl. Pyrotechnics Seminar July 13–18 Colorado Springs, CO Website: http://ipsusa.org/index2.htm AUGUST 2014 2014 Biennial Conf. on Chemical Education August 3–7 Allendale, MI Website: http://www.bcce2014.org 248th ACS Natl. Mtg. & Expo. August 10–14 San Francisco, CA Website: www.acs.org (Note: The date is a correction from earlier postings) OCTOBER 2014 1st International Symposium to Advance Total Worker Health October 6–8 Natcher Conference Center Bethesda, MD 20894 Sponsor: NIOSH Total Worker Health Program Website: http://www.eagleson.org/ conferences/total-worker-health NOVEMBER 2014 2014 AIChE Ann. Mtg. November 16–21 Atlanta, GA Website: https://www.aiche.org/ conferences/aiche-annual-meeting/ 2014 2014 Regional Meetings ONGOING WORKSHOPS Chemical Health and Safety Divisional Workshops Below is the American Chemical Society Division of Chemical Health and Safety standing workshop schedule. These workshops are offered on a regular basis at national and regional ACS meetings. To register online: https://secure.hostwizard.org/ chemical-safety.com/chas/ regform.htm Complete the form including either a purchase order or credit card (MasterCard or VISA). CHEMICAL REACTIVITY HAZARDS, Laboratory Scale, Recognition & Control Presented by: Neal Langerman, Ph.D. $325.00 non-members/$275.00 CHAS members The Process Safety Alliance, in cooperation with U.S. OSHA is presenting a workshop titled CHEMICAL REACTIVITY HAZARDS: Laboratory Scale Recognition & Control. The objective of the workshop is to provide participants with the knowledge and skill to screen processes for potential hazards, recognize when reactive hazards are present, and implement appropriate controls to reduce the risk of an incident associated with the hazards. Workshop attendees will review case studies of actual incidents and do screening examples in order to understand the screening and recognition process. Group discussions of control methods will allow participants to share their experiences and to evaluate methods for controlling reactivity risks. REGISTER AT: https://secure. hostwizard.org/chemical-safety.com/ chas/regform.htm More information: Contact Neal Langerman, Advanced Chemical Safety (858) 874 5577 or neal@chemical- safety.com Laboratory Waste Management Mr. Russell Phifer $375.00 non-members/$325.00 CHAS members This comprehensive one-day course will identify the various regulatory requirements that apply to laboratories that generate hazardous waste, as well Regional meeting Dates Location NORM June 22–25 Missoula, MT CERM October 29–November 1 Pittsburgh, PA SERMACS October 16–19 Nashville, TN NERM No meeting scheduled SWRM November 19–22 Fort Worth, TX MWRM November 12–15 Columbia, MO GLRM No meeting scheduled (only meet in odd numbered year) WRM No meeting scheduled (only meet in odd numbered year) 1871-5532/$36.00 ß Division of Chemical Health and Safety of the American Chemical Society 39 http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jchas.2014.03.008 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

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NORM June 22–25 Missoula, MTCERM October 29–November 1 Pittsburgh, PASERMACS October 16–19 Nashville, TNNERM No meeting scheduledSWRM November 19–22 Fort Worth, TXMWRM November 12–15 Columbia, MOGLRM No meeting scheduled

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Guidelines for Laboratory Design:Health and Safety ConsiderationsMay 5–9Harvard School of Public HealthBoston, MA

Effective Risk Communication:Theory, Tools, and Practical Skills forCommunicating about RiskMay 19–21Harvard School of Public HealthBoston, MA

AIHce 2014May 31–June 5San Antonio, TX 78205Website: http://aihce2014.org/

JUNE 201418th Ann. Green Chemistry &Engineering Conf.June 17–19North Bethesda, MDWebsite: http://gcande.org

Comprehensive Industrial Hygiene:The Application of Basic PrinciplesJune 23–27, 2014Harvard School of Public HealthBoston, MA

JULY 201440th Intl. Pyrotechnics SeminarJuly 13–18Colorado Springs, COWebsite: http://ipsusa.org/index2.htm

AUGUST 20142014 Biennial Conf. on ChemicalEducationAugust 3–7Allendale, MIWebsite: http://www.bcce2014.org

248th ACS Natl. Mtg. & Expo.August 10–14San Francisco, CAWebsite: www.acs.org(Note: The date is a correction fromearlier postings)

OCTOBER 20141st International Symposium toAdvance Total Worker HealthOctober 6–8Natcher Conference Center

1871-5532/$36.00

http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jchas.2014.03.008

Sponsor: NIOSH Total WorkerHealth ProgramWebsite: http://www.eagleson.org/conferences/total-worker-health

NOVEMBER 20142014 AIChE Ann. Mtg.November 16–21Atlanta, GAWebsite: https://www.aiche.org/conferences/aiche-annual-meeting/2014

2014 Regional Meetings

ONGOING WORKSHOPS

Chemical Health and SafetyDivisional WorkshopsBelow is the American ChemicalSociety Division of Chemical Healthand Safety standing workshopschedule. These workshops are offeredon a regular basis at national andregional ACS meetings.

To register online:https://secure.hostwizard.org/chemical-safety.com/chas/regform.htmComplete the form including either apurchase order or credit card(MasterCard or VISA).

CHEMICAL REACTIVITYHAZARDS, Laboratory Scale,Recognition & Control Presented by:Neal Langerman, Ph.D.

$325.00 non-members/$275.00CHAS members

� Division of Chemical Health

cooperation with U.S. OSHA ispresenting a workshop titledCHEMICAL REACTIVITYHAZARDS:Laboratory Scale Recognition &Control. The objective of the workshopis to provide participants with theknowledge and skill to screen processesfor potential hazards, recognize whenreactive hazards are present, andimplement appropriate controls toreduce the risk of an incident associatedwith the hazards. Workshop attendeeswill review case studies of actual

incidents and do screening examples inorder to understand the screening andrecognition process. Group discussionsof control methods will allowparticipants to share their experiencesand to evaluate methods for controllingreactivity risks.REGISTER AT: https://secure.hostwizard.org/chemical-safety.com/chas/regform.htmMore information: Contact NealLangerman, Advanced ChemicalSafety(858) 874 5577 or [email protected]

Laboratory Waste ManagementMr. Russell Phifer

$375.00 non-members/$325.00CHAS membersThis comprehensive one-day coursewill identify the various regulatoryrequirements that apply to laboratoriesthat generate hazardous waste, as well

and Safety of the American Chemical Society 39Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

as provide insight into the options foron-site management and off-sitedisposal. Focus will include discussionon recycling/reclamation techniques,economical handling of wastes andliability issues. Mr. Phifer has over 25years experience in managinglaboratory wastes for academic andindustrial laboratories and is a memberand former chair of the ACS TaskForce on Environmental Health &Safety.

How to Be a More Effective ChemicalHygiene OfficerDr. James Kaufman, Mr. RussellPhifer

$375.00 non-members/$325.00CHAS membersTake a close look at the ChemicalHygiene Officer position, and prepareat the same time for the ‘‘CHO’’Certification exam to be held the nextday. Kaufman, Phifer, and Wahl give adifferent slant to safety issues in thelaboratory, focusing on what you doand how you can do it better. Thepresenters bring a wide variety ofexperience to the table, but the real starsof the workshop are you – pastattendees note the interactive approachfocusingon their problems, fromgettingadministrators involved in safety todealing with regulatory concerns. Thecourse covers all of the content areas ofthe certification exam (presented onSunday through NRCC), including a

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sample test in the same format as thereal one. Whether you are a newChemical Hygiene Officer or an ‘‘old’’one, you will find something to put toreal use in this fast-paced presentation.You can request an application packetfor the Chemical Hygiene OfficerCertification examination by NationalRegistry of Certified Chemists online atnrcc6.org/

The Laboratory Safety WorkshopDr. James Kaufman or Dr. W.H.(Jack) Breazeale

$325.00 non-members/$275.00CHAS membersThis classic presentation on laboratorysafety by the Laboratory SafetyInstitute (LSI) has been attended bythousands of safety professionals. Withexperience in both industrial andacademic laboratories, Jim and Jackgive a ‘‘real world’’ approach to safetyissues in the laboratory. Their storiesare both interesting and pertinent.Interactive demonstrations help youdeal with everything from creativewiring in the lab to administratorswithout a vision of what it means tohave a safe workplace. This is a highlyentertaining and excellent forum tospeak openly about safety problems inyour workplace.

Using Job Hazard Analysis in theResearch LabSamuella Sigmann

Journal of Che

$325.00 non-members/$275.00CHAS membersThe Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) is onemethod to consider hazardsassociated with lab research and guidethe control of those hazards. A JHAcan assist the researcher in uncoveringpotential hazards in synthesis,instrumental studies, physicalmanipulations and more. Identifiedhazards can then be mitigated oreliminated. In this workshop,participants will learn the basicprinciples, required elements, andformat of the common JHA. Examplesof completed tools such as nitric aciddigestion of metal samples, cryogenicwork, and HPLC with THF/DCM/Water will be utilized to examine thetechnique. Each participant willcreate a ready to use JHA based onsome task specifically applicable totheir laboratory. Because you willprepare a ready to implement JHA,attendees should come with a specificidea of a chemical or process theywould to investigate. A laptop or tabletmight be useful for this workshop ifyou would like to create your JHAdigitally

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Laurence Doemeny

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