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Your Environment. Your Health.

Keeping Quality Current: An Update of the NIEHS Minimum Criteria for Worker Health and Safety Training for Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response

Worker Education and Training Program
Spring 2005 Awardee Meeting and Technical Conference
March 30 - April 1. 2005
Manhattan Beach, California

From March 30th - April 1st, the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences (NIEHS) was proud to sponsor the Spring WETP Awardee meeting and Minimum Criteria Technical Conference in Manhattan Beach, California. A meeting of NIEHS awardees took place from 8:30 am to 1:30 pm on Wednesday, March 30th. The technical conference started that afternoon with a keynote presentation and plenary panel, continued with breakout sessions on Thursday, the 31st, and concluded before noon on Friday, April 1st. Over 100 experts participated in this major effort to revise a national guidance document for training hazardous waste workers and emergency responders. John Moran and Donald Elisburg, consultants to the National Clearinghouse, developed the draft guidance document.


Click on the links below to view the agendas for the Awardee Meeting and Technical Conference.


Click on the links below to view presentations given at the Awardee Meeting and Technical Conference.
Please note: Only sessions with presentations available are listed.

Meeting Reports

Click on the links below to view the Awardee Meeting and Technical Conference report.

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