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Your Environment. Your Health.

Awardee Meeting Presentations

Worker Education and Training Program
Fall 2003 Awardee Meeting and Technical Workshop
December 3-­5, 2003
Research Triangle Park, NC

Training from the Inside Out: Assessing and Refining Our Programs


NIH Update (463KB)
  NIEHS Update (1MB)
Joseph Hughes, Sharon Beard, Ted Outwater, Patricia Thompson, and Carolyn Mason,
National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS)

National Clearinghouse Update (367KB)
  National Clearinghouse Website Update (878KB)
Bruce Lippy, Kerry Murray, Maria Polis, and Katherine Anderson,
National Clearinghouse for Worker Safety and Health Training (National Clearinghouse)

Setting the Stage: Challenges and Emerging Issues (929KB)
Glenn Paulson, University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey (UMDNJ)

Annual Self-Audit: A tool to achieve consistency and track compliance with procedures and policies (91KB)
Carol Rice, Midwest Consortium

How we use, organize, and manage consortia (146KB)
Cindy Herleikson, Laborers-AGC Education and Training Fund

Fall 2003 Business Breakout Meeting: CONSULTANTS, CONSORTIUM, OR PURCHASED SERVICES - What is the appropriate mechanism to use? (272KB)
Carolyn Mason, NIEHS

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