October 20th – 26th, 2018
The NSC Congress & Expo is the world’s largest annual “must attend” event for safety, health, and environmental professionals. For more than 100 years, professionals have turned to this safety conference for industry-leading technology, education, networking opportunities and the tried and true products and services needed to stay at the forefront and remain competitive within the industry.
OSHA recently unveiled a toolkit for employers and workers, “Transitioning to Safer Chemicals” to engage industry in accelerated research into the viability and substitution of safer chemicals. Elimination or substitution of the most hazardous chemicals aligns with industrial hygiene’s hierarchy of controls and holds the promise of eliminating exposures, reducing accidents, and saving permitting, control equipment, treatment and disposal costs.
Colden Corporation’s Corey Briggs, MS, CIH, CET, FAIHA, AIHA Distinguished Lecturer is pleased to announce that he and his team of senior Health and Safety (H&S) consultants are ready to present “FREEZE FRAME: Focus on Health and Safety”.
This highly energized, interactive seminar takes attendees through a tour of a fictitious workplace using photographs of various hazards, risks, and compliance issues.
Let’s take the time to assess the chemicals stored in our laboratories and minimize hazards by cleaning out and re-evaluating how we store our chemicals. It’s all too often we hear about a chemical reacting spontaneously and creating an unexpected release and putting workers at risk of exposure to hazardous substances.
October 23rd, 2018
Come join Colden Corporation’s New England regional staff at the 2018 New England Section of AIHA (NEAIHA) All-Day Conference and Exhibition on October 23rd, 2018 at the Four Points by Sheraton in Norwood, MA. Corey Briggs, MSPH, CIH, CET, FAIHA, AIHA Distinguished Lecturer and Susan Reynolds, CIH present the highly energized and interactive seminar, “Freeze Frame: Focus on Health and Safety” during the 3:40pm-4:30pm time slot.
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