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American Industrial Hygiene Association
Sacramento Valley Section
|Established in 1980||June 1998|
The Center is a 21st century research facility using advanced nuclear techniques in such areas as non-destructive testing using neutron radiography, production of "doped" silicon and planned treatment of inoperable tumors. There is no other facility in the world with its capabilities.
If you wish to attend this tour, please contact George Anastas, Advisor to the River City Section by e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) or fax (916/278-5447). George will need name, company affiliation, citizenship and social security number no later than 11:59 a.m., Monday, June 15, 1998. George will then provide the information to Base Security; Persons not on the "master" list will not be able to enter the facility.
The arrangements are to meet outside McClellan at 5:30 p.m., pass through Security at 5:45 p.m. and begin the tour at 6:00 p.m. George will provide details to the tour participants. The tour should last about 1 to 1 1/2 hours. No cameras are allowed and please wear comfortable footwear. Students of the River City Section will assist with the tour and we ask for a $1.00 per person donation to the River City Section.
The Scholarship Fund is a perpetual fund (self-supporting due to interest), where our one-time contribution would make a lasting effect. In addition, since the Scholarship Fund is managed by AIHA, it requires no additional effort on our part. To ensure that some of this money stays in Califomia,, local section members should take responsibility for promoting the ftind and encourag-ing eligible students to apply. The scholarship is available to students in approved Industrial Hygiene programs.
The board is recommending a $1,000 contribution to this worthy cause. Please fax back the enclosed ballot by June 8. Ballots from paid members will be tallied and a majority vote will rule.
Additions to the Directory:
Please add our newest member:
Jim Bucha, CIH
We would especially 1ike to thank all of our vendors:
...and the many other vendors who are not listed here.
Plans for next year's event have already begun. We hope to draw a larger attendance for our vendors by having an aftemoon event open to all.
|1998 Meeting Planner|
|June 8||Board Meeting |
|June 11||Mini-Symposium |
|July 16||Board Meeting |
|Aug 10||Board Meeting |
|Aug 13||Section Meeting |
|Sept 24||SVS Annual Symposium and Tour |
|Oct 8||Section Meeting |
|Nov ??||CIHC Conference |
|Dec 11||Holiday Meeting |
|Actual expenses (for 1997): $8,228.36||Actual income (for 1997): $8,558.45|
|The 1998 budget is hereby submitted for your review. It shall be presented to the members for adoption at the June mini-symposium.|
This is a highly debated issue. Some believe that local sections should still be able to have affiliate and student members. But all full memberships would also require National membership.
Your comments on this topic can be made to your local board.
Send your joh announcements to..
Larry Bellani, CIH
State of Califomia
1304 O St., Rm 300
Sacramento, CA 95814
State Personnel Board
24 Hour Job Info: (916) 445-0538
The 50th Anniversary of the NCS will be celebrated in conjunction with Past Presidents' Night on July 14th. Our speaker will be Elizabeth Treanor from the Organization Resource Counselor in Sacramento. For more information Check Out Their Website!
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It was first posted on June 8, 1998.