Technical Sessions

Below is a list of technical sessions by date and time. You may read the session description by downloading the conference program or the CSHEMA 2014 Annual Conference Guide, available through the Guidebook app.

Monday, July 28

Block 1: 9–9:45 a.m.

  • Designing Your First Tabletop Exercise – Crystal Ballroom G, Terrace Level
  • Finding Your CSHEMA Community – Crystal Ballroom A, Terrace Level
  • Incident Command System Implementation – Crystal Ballroom I, Terrace Level
  • Integrated Pest Management For a Greener Campus – Crystal Ballroom C, Terrace Level
  • The Machine Safeguarding Assessment – Crystal Ballroom H, Terrace Level
  • The Story of an RFP – Crystal Ballroom B, Terrace Level

Block 2: 1–1:45 p.m.

  • Benchmark Using BLS Occupational Injury Statistics – Crystal Ballroom G, Terrace Level
  • From Humidity to Hurricanes: Mold Prevention and Remediation – Crystal Ballroom C, Terrace Level
  • A Good Inventory is Hard to Find – Crystal Ballroom H, Terrace Level
  • Planning for Laboratory Fires and Other Emergencies – Crystal Ballroom B, Terrace Level
  • Post-Earthquake Research Animal Care Team – Crystal Ballroom I, Terrace Level
  • Regulatory Hot Topics from Government Relations – Crystal Ballroom A, Terrace Level

Block 3: 2–2:45 p.m.

  • Balancing Energy and Safety – Crystal Ballroom C, Terrace Level
  • Building Safety Engagement – Crystal Ballroom H, Terrace Level
  • Business Continuity for Higher Education – Crystal Ballroom G, Terrace Level
  • Essential Elements of a Fire Life Safety Program – Crystal Ballroom B, Terrace Level
  • Evaluating Hazards in Research Laboratories – Crystal Ballroom A, Terrace Level
  • Exercise Design and Development – Crystal Ballroom I, Terrace Level  

Block 4: 3–3:45 p.m.

  • Digging into Sustainability – Crystal Ballroom C, Terrace Level
  • The Future of Safety – Crystal Ballroom H, Terrace Level
  • Minors on Campus: How to Know Who is Doing What – Crystal Ballroom I, Terrace Level
  • Penn State Case Study: Building a Lab Banding Tool – Crystal Ballroom G, Terrace Level
  • Reliably Upgrading Fire Alarm Systems – Crystal Ballroom B, Terrace Level  

Tuesday, July 29

Block 1: 9–9:30 a.m.

  • CSHEMA Vital Statistics Resource Modeling Report – Crystal Ballroom C, Terrace Level
  • Cloud-Based Fire and Life Safety Program Management – Crystal Ballroom B, Terrace Level
  • Dual-Use Research Oversight – Crystal Ballroom A, Terrace Level
  • New Technology Protects Lab Research and Vaccines – Crystal Ballroom I, Terrace Level
  • Personal Protection and Academic Laboratories – Crystal Ballroom G, Terrace Level
  • Successful Safety Program Development – Crystal Ballroom H, Terrace Level

Block 2: 9:45–10:15 a.m.

  • Changing the Culture of Safety – Crystal Ballroom G, Terrace Level
  • Data Management for a Radiation Safety Program – Crystal Ballroom I, Terrace Level
  • Development of a Controlled Substances Program – Crystal Ballroom C, Terrace Level
  • Producing Research Safety Videos and Animation – Crystal Ballroom H, Terrace Level
  • Results from the 2013 Hood Summit – Crystal Ballroom A, Terrace Level
  • University Firefighter: A Town-Gown Relationship – Crystal Ballroom B, Terrace Level

Block 3: 10:30–11:15 a.m.

  • Breaking Barriers to Cultivate Safety Partnerships – Crystal Ballroom G, Terrace Level
  • Institutional Biosafety Committees Practices Survey Results and Conclusions – Crystal Ballroom I, Terrace Level
  • Risk Perception and the Assessment of Hazards – Crystal Ballroom C, Terrace Level
  • Roof Access and the Bottom Line – Crystal Ballroom H, Terrace Level
  • Safety Accidents Lessons Learned – Crystal Ballroom A, Terrace Level
  • Value of a Robust Chemical Inventory System – Crystal Ballroom B, Terrace Level

Block 4: 2:45–3:15 p.m.

  • Best-in-Class Contractor Management – Crystal Ballroom I, Terrace Level
  • Extracting Optimum Use of Chemical Inventory Data – Crystal Ballroom B, Terrace Level
  • Implementing a Safety Eyewear Program – Crystal Ballroom G, Terrace Level
  • Meeting the Challenges of an Effective Communication System – Crystal Ballroom A, Terrace Level
  • Reporting and Documenting Student Injuries – Crystal Ballroom H, Terrace Level
  • What to Expect When You're Inspecting – Crystal Ballroom C, Terrace Level  

Block 5: 3:30–4:15 p.m.

  • Active Shooter Preparedness – Crystal Ballroom A, Terrace Level
  • Disposal of Controlled Substances – Crystal Ballroom I, Terrace Level
  • Expanding the Scope of EHS – Crystal Ballroom H, Terrace Level
  • Implementing Campus-Wide Chemical Inventory System – Crystal Ballroom B, Terrace Level
  • Protective Apparel for NFPA70E and Lab Safety Programs – Crystal Ballroom C, Terrace Level
  • Safety Culture or Safety Climate? – Crystal Ballroom G, Terrace Level

Block 6: 4:30–5:15 p.m.

  • Air Sampling Basics – Crystal Ballroom I, Terrace Level
  • ChemStewards for Labs – Crystal Ballroom G, Terrace Level
  • Green Lab Pilot Program – Crystal Ballroom C, Terrace Level
  • Implementing a Radio Frequency Safety Program – Crystal Ballroom H, Terrace Level
  • Safe Concentrations of Peroxides – Crystal Ballroom B, Terrace Level
  • Simulation Enhances Emergency Management Education – Crystal Ballroom A, Terrace Level


Wednesday, July 30

Block 1: 10:45–11:15 a.m.

  • Building your EHS Department Culture and Brand – Crystal Ballroom H, Terrace Level
  • EHS and Emergency Management – Crystal Ballroom B, Terrace Level
  • Leadership Change in EHS – Crystal Ballroom G, Terrace Level
  • Sustainable Groundwater Cleanup – Crystal Ballroom C, Terrace Level
  • Weapons of Mass Destruction – Crystal Ballroom A, Terrace Level

Block 2: 11:30 a.m.–Noon

  • Automate EHS Data Collection and Workflow – Crystal Ballroom G, Terrace Level
  • Historic Spill Discovered During Demolition – Crystal Ballroom C, Terrace Level
  • Laboratory Safety Culture Advancement Program – Crystal Ballroom H, Terrace Level
  • Noise Exposures and Controls – Crystal Ballroom A, Terrace Level
  • Severe Weather Planning – Crystal Ballroom B, Terrace Level
  • Value of Early Intervention in Injury Management – Crystal Ballroom I, Terrace Level

Block 3: 12:30–1 p.m.

  • Collaborative Shop Safety – Crystal Ballroom H, Terrace Level
  • Cost-Effective Radioactive Waste Management – Crystal Ballroom I, Terrace Level
  • Legionella in Campus Buildings – Crystal Ballroom C, Terrace Level
  • Managing EHS Considerations for Nanomaterials – Crystal Ballroom A, Terrace Level
  • Opening an Emergency Community Shelter on Campus – Crystal Ballroom B, Terrace Level
  • Research Safety Officers – Crystal Ballroom G, Terrace Level

Block 4: 1:15–1:45 p.m.

  • Carcinogen Use in Research Laboratories – Crystal Ballroom G, Terrace Level
  • Ergonomics: Challenges and Risk Reduction Efforts – Crystal Ballroom A, Terrace Level
  • Integrating with Your Community – Crystal Ballroom B, Terrace Level
  • Minor Changes, Major Issues – Crystal Ballroom H, Terrace Level
  • Safety Inspection Software Applications – Crystal Ballroom C, Terrace Level

Block 5: 2–2:30 p.m.

  • Are Your Liquid Nitrogen Tanks Safe? – Crystal Ballroom B, Terrace Level
  • Assessment of an Online Chemical Inventory System – Crystal Ballroom C, Terrace Level
  • Comparing Inspections and Lab Incident Reports – Crystal Ballroom A, Terrace Level
  • Integrating Smart Detection in Campus Buildings – Crystal Ballroom H, Terrace Level
  • Mindful Health & Safety Research Program – Crystal Ballroom G, Terrace Level
  • Safety Training in Action – Crystal Ballroom I, Terrace Level

Block 6: 2:45–3:15 p.m.

  • Cryogenic Liquid Handling and Engineering – Crystal Ballroom B, Terrace Level
  • Design and Installation of a Gas Detection System – Crystal Ballroom H, Terrace Level
  • Laboratory Safety Culture – Crystal Ballroom G, Terrace Level
  • Life After the Dow Initiative – Crystal Ballroom I, Terrace Level
  • Mobile App: The Liaison Between Safety and Security – Crystal Ballroom A, Terrace Level
  • Princeton Meningitis Outbreak – Crystal Ballroom C, Terrace Level

Block 7: 3:30–4 p.m.

  • Centralization of a Laboratory Safety Program – Crystal Ballroom G, Terrace Level
  • Creating Connections with a Lab Safety Fair – Crystal Ballroom H, Terrace Level
  • EHS Detective Work – Crystal Ballroom C, Terrace Level
  • An Integrated Approach to Controlled Substances – Crystal Ballroom B, Terrace Level



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