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American Industrial Hygiene Association

Sacramento Valley Section

CIH meets CSI: Industrial Hygiene
and the County of Sacramento Coroner/Crime Lab

September 18, 2008     11:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.

SVS Section


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Date: September 18, 2008
Time: 11:30 a.m. - 3:00 p.m.
CM Points ABIH 0.5 CM point - #08-2474
Speaker

Mark Cameron, CIH.

Topic

CIH meets CSI: Industrial Hygiene and the County of Sacramento Coroner/Crime Lab
Crime scene response and lab support expose personnel to a variety of hazardous conditions. This seminar will provide a presentation on industrial hygiene topics and monitoring as applied to crime labs followed by a tour of the modern Sacramento County Crime lab which incorporates some of the latest safety tools and procedures. Includes a Tour of the Sacramento County Crime Lab

Cost: $5.00 - AIHA SVS, Ergonomics Roundtable and Sacto ASSE members
$5.00 - student members
$10.00 - non-members
[brown bag (bring your own) lunch]
Place: County of Sacramento Coroner/Crime Lab
4800 Broadway, 1st Floor Conference Room
Sacramento, CA 95820
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PLEASE REGISTER BY
September 10th
By FAX to: Amalia Neidhardt at (916) 483-0572
Phone: (916) 574-1768
or mail to:
    Amalia Neidhardt MPH, CIH
    Senior Safety Engineer
    DOSH Research & Standard Health Unit
    2211 Park Towne Circle, Suite # 1.
    Sacramento, Ca. 95825
    or e-mail your request by filling in the information below......



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