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Awardee Meeting Presentations

Worker Education and Training Program
Spring 2006 Awardee Meeting and Technical Workshop

Learning from Disasters:
Health and Safety Training in the Aftermath of Hurricane Katrina

Tuesday, March 7, 2006

NIEHS Update (2MB)

Joseph "Chip" Hughes, Sharon Beard, Ted Outwater, Patricia Thompson, Jim Remington, and Carolyn Mason, NIEHS

Clearinghouse Update (112KB)

Deborah Weinstock, NIEHS Clearinghouse

Breakouts:

Grants Management Issues (269KB)

Carolyn Mason, NIEHS

MWT/BMWT Issues (7MB)

Sharon Beard, NIEHS

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