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RAMP Up Your Safety Education and Practice

ACS Chemical Health & Safety and the new ACS Center for Lab Safety (one of the seven learning centers found within the ACS Institute) are proud to sponsor the 2021 Virtual AIHceExp, the official conference of the American Industrial Hygienists Association (AIHA). 

This conference gathers annually over 3,900 industrial hygienists, environment, health and safety officers, safety professionals, and more. These are key readers, authors, and reviewers for ACS Chemical Health & Safety. They are also prospective learners who may find useful resources in the new ACS Center for Lab Safety, including “What is RAMP (Recognize hazards, Assess risk, Minimize risk, and Prepare for Emergencies).”

Join ACS Chemical Health & Safety and the ACS Center for Lab Safety on Wednesday, May 26th from 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM for a sponsored Lunch & Learn titled “RAMP Up Your Safety Education and Practice.” Kali A. Miller, Ph.D., Managing Editor of the journal, will present on relevant publication content and best practices in getting your manuscript published. She will also discuss how to start and sustain a student laboratory safety team. Tammy Hanna, Ph.D., Director of New Product Innovation, will then present on the ACS Center for Lab Safety.

Register to attend now!

ACS Chemical Health & Safety is a global platform for ensuring that the chemical enterprise receives access to new safety research works, information, regulatory updates, effective chemical hygiene practices, and hazard assessment tools. The journal maintains that good science is safe science – from concept to execution. Learn how to submit your work

The ACS Center for Lab Safety supports and promotes the safe, ethical, responsible, and sustainable practice of chemistry through easy access to authoritative tools, education, training, and guidance. Explore the learning and resources in this learning center from the ACS Institute


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