Find Out What the Future Brings, Come Early

Among many issues of importance, nanotechnology continues to stand out as an all-inclusive safety concern.

For the latest issues regarding nanotechnology--such as which safety assessments to provide your employer or client when introducing nano products into the market, explaining risks to workers, and the necessary precautionary measures--attendees should come early and attend the "Nanotechnology: Being Prepared for the Next Big Thing," pre-conference session # 313, on Saturday, June 23 from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Latecomers who can't make it still can attend the concurrent education session that follows, "Partnering to Move Research into Practice: Safety and Health in Nanotechnology Manufacturing," which intends to promote a better relationship with NIOSH by describing the key components to the agency's partnership with nanotechnology manufacturer Altairnano.

For more information, visit www.asse.org/education/.

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