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|Established in 1980||February 1999|
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March Mini-Symposium Meeting
I am looking forward to 1999 with enthusiasm. We have lots of instructive and fun activities planned for the new year. The first two activities of 1999 will be as follows. First, Roseanne Harding of Environmental Strategies will conduct a seminar on ISO 14000 on March 12, 1999. Second, Dr. Ed Klinenburg will conduct an ergonomics seminar on May 7, 1999.
A number of other programs, as well as, the fall symposium are already under development. However, we need your help to make this a successful year. If you have ideas on the types of programs and subjects that you would like to have training on or information about, please call me at 916-567-4245 or e-mail a note to: firstname.lastname@example.org. I do want to hear from you.
In addition to the above, we plan to enhance the employment opportunity section of the newsletter by actively notifying potential employers of the availability for free advertising in our local section newsletter. Further, we intend to work with the ASSE and some local professional environmental organizations and have assigned Carol Barake, a board member, to attend all the meeting of these various organization and keep us all informed as to their activities as well. Finally, we will be asking local section members to attend a number of local activities, such as career days and governmental conferences, as part of our community outreach program.
I look forward to serving you all.
I would like to thank all of you for your support in 1998. I have passed the gavel on to Bill Collier, who has been my right arm for the past two years. I am confident that Bill and this year's board will serve you well. I will remain active in the local section as Past-President and newsletter editor.
Please continue to support our local section events and help us out when you can by writing a newsletter article, contributing your time at an outreach event or assisting with an event.
Thanks again, Audrey Eng
EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETING MINUTES
JANUARY 12TH, 1999
|1999 Meeting Planner|
|March 12||ISO 14000
(0.5 cm pts) |
|Mar/Apr||CIHC Legal Issues |
|May 7||Ergonomics (0.5 cm pts) |
|June 5-11||AIHCE - Toronto, ON ( possible 6.5 cm pts)
|July 9||Indoor Air Quality |
|Fall||Symposium (1 cm pt) |
|Fall||Vendor's Event |
|Oct/Nov||CIHC Conference |
|Dec 10||Holiday Meeting |
Check out their new web page at: http://www.aiha.org/aihce99/info.html
|Our National Board Coordinator is Monty Herr. |
You can reach Monty at Lawrence Livermore Labs:
PO Box 808
Livermore, CA 94551
Save a Tree. Get your newsletter off the web or by email. The board has recommended that newsletters be sent by electronic means when available. If you have a new email address please forward that information to Rocky Rockswold at email@example.com
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Please contact Ed Klinenberg or Steve Smith if you need more information about CIHC.
Ed Klinenberg, Ph.D., CIH
643-0311 ext. 342
Steve Smith, CIH
Items of Interest
CAREER OPPORTUNITIESAs a service to our members, we offer the opportunity to post employment announcements. Job ads will run for one month unless renewed.
Send your job announcements to:
Larry Bellani, CIH State of California 1304 O St. Rm 300 Sacramento. CA 95814 email: email@example.com
State Personnel Board24 Hour Job Info 916-445-0538
The Program includes a monthly stipend, tuition and fees (partial to full payment), practicum dislocation allowance, pratical hands-on research experience at DOE or other government facilities, and travel expenses. Amalia Neidhardt, one of our own members, was a recipient of this graduate fellowship program.
For an application or more information you can contact:
You may submit an article or advertisement to Audrey Eng, editor.
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It was first posted on February 16, 1999.