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If You Don't Pause, Nothing Worthwhile Will Catch Up With You
"The Balancing Act: How to Use What You Have to Get What You Want
Susan J. Jenkins, Ph.D. CFCS
Fundamentally, our personal and professional lives require a balance between resources and priorities --- "using what we have to get what we want or need." This "balancing act" involves time, money, personal energy, stress and even relationships. Participants will receive strategies and techniques for creating "balance." Hands-on activities will be included in the break-out sessions.
"The American National Standard for Hazardous Chemicals - Material Safety Data Sheets - Preparation (ANSI Z400.1) - Status of the Current Revision ProcessDarlene K. Susa-Anderson
|I.||Summary of the Revision Process|
|II.||Proposed Revisions to the Standard|
|1.||Addition of audience to each section in the standard.
||Placement of HCS status on first page of MSDS due to NACOSH.
||References and Resources
||Section 3 - Hazards Information to include environmental as well as physical and health hazards
||Section 9 - Physical and Chemical Properties to include flash point
||Section 11 - Toxicity Information
||Section 12 - Ecological Information
||Current Status of the Review Process
Find It Now...Harnessing Internet and Communications Technology to Make You More Productive!
The session will focus on how the Internet can be leveraged to drive costs out of product acquisition and procurement channels right now by culminating or minimizing non-value added purchasing activities (NVPAS) like information gathering and vendor communications. Attendees will explore several examples of web sites which improve your productivity and allow you to quickly access information on suppliers and their products. Attendees will also learn how to conduct focused product and service searches using the SciQuest search engine technology.
Everything You Need to Know About Plastics in the Lab...
A comprehensive seminar to providing essential information about how modern plastic labware can improve efficiency, economy and safety in the lab. Find out more about the unique benefits of plastics. Learn "the state of the art" in plastic technology; get to know the unique properties that various designs for new resins provide to the laboratory professional; study the innovative designs for new applications; learn sterilization guidelines and the safety benefits of plastic. This seminar is your best opportunity to learn how plastics can make your lab safer, more efficient, and more productive.
Haz-Mat Training, What you need to know...
This seminar will give an overview of hazardous material training. It will give the attendee a background and understanding of the hazardous materials training levels including an explanation of why this training is important.