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21st Annual California Industrial Hygiene Council (CIHC) Conference

12/5/11 to 12/7/11
Hotel Nikko
San Francisco, CA
United States
Contact: Chris Laszcz-Davis and Ed Klinenberg
This year’s CIHC Conference is titled, “Driving EHS Change in a Challenging Economy.” Of particular note this year,  Dr. John Howard, MD, Director of NIOSH, Ellen Widess, Chief, Cal-OSHA and Dr. Charles Geraci, Coordinator, NIOSH Nanotechnology Research Center, have agreed to speak at the Conference along with a panel of world class experts on a variety of topics.

Key topics at this year’s Conference will be Government and Regulatory Challenges; Emerging Issues; Environmental Drivers Today; Global Energy Issues and Impact on EHS; Non-Traditional Industrial Hygiene Practice; and Emergency Preparedness, Response & Recovery.

Speakers include Dr. Barbara Materna, Chief, Occupational Health Branch, CA Dept of Public Health; Staci Geis, Assistant U.S. Attorney, Northern California Department of Justice; Cristina Amorin, VP, Life Technologies; Philip Martien, Sr., Advanced Project Advisor, Bay Area Air Quality Management District (BAAQMD); Steve Messner, Principal, Air Sciences & Climate Change, ENVIRON International; Dr. Michael Kosnett, Associate Clinical Professor, University of Colorado School of Medicine & Department of Environmental & Occupational Medicine; Kelli Gallion, Manager, Emergency Planning, Southern California Edison San Onofre Power Plant; Walt Rostykus, VP, Humantech; and Ben Wu, Manager, Biomass Science & Conversion Technology, Sandia National Laboratories.

Continuing education certification points for the conference are being pursued with ABIH, BCSP and REHS.  CIHC has also arranged for a 2-hour management training session (day 3) for additional certification points.



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