The Campus Safety Health and Environmental Management Association (CSHEMA) is hosting a regional conference at the University of Washington on June 13-15 to discuss a variety of interdisciplinary topics. The target audience is EH&S professionals and employees with responsibilities for environmental health and safety at colleges and universities.
A sneak peek at the tentative agenda shows topics ranging from chemical facility anti-terrorism preparedness to organizational resilience, including a number of sessions led by UW health and safety experts:
- Occupational Health and Safety Program for Animal Care (Katia Harb)
- Communicable Disease Outbreaks (Sheryl Schwartz and Karen Crow)
- Laboratory Safety (Tracy Harvey and Alex Hagan)
- New International Fire Code Rules (Mark Murray)
- Health and Safety Program Evaluation (Jude Van Buren)
- Legacy Radioactive Waste (Mike Zittle)
- Pharmaceutical Waste (Matt Moeller and Doug Gallucci)
This event will take place on the University of Washington campus at the Husky Union Building (4001 E Stevens Way NE, Seattle, WA 98195).
Wednesday, June 13
Noon – Welcome and Introduction
12:15–5 p.m. – Conference Sessions
Thursday, June 14
8:30 a.m.–Noon – Sessions
Noon–1 p.m. – Lunch provided
1–5 p.m. – Conference Sessions
Friday, June 15
8:30 a.m.–Noon – Conference Sessions
Noon – Adjourn
More details will be available soon. Don’t miss your chance to learn about best practices and network with other environmental, health and safety colleagues from around the region.
Register on the CSHEMA website by May 16.