32nd Annual CMTA/IEA Environmental Training Symposium & Conf.

By Michael Shaw

Capitol Update, Sept. 9, 2016 Share this on FacebookTweet thisEmail this to a friend

October 5 & 6, San Diego Convention Center -- Early bird registration has been extended!  Register by close of business Wednesday, September 14 to receive your discount.

Register here  |  See the program

 

Featured Panelists:

Captain John Adametz -- Commanding Officer, Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southwest

Session: Plenary - Collaboration and Compliance

 

Bill Allayaud -- California Director of Governmental Affairs, Environmental Working Group

Session: Chemicals of Concern

 

Mike Evans -- General Manager - Regulatory Affairs, Shell Energy North America

Session: State of the Grid

 

Philip M. Fine, Ph.D. -- Deputy Executive Director - Planning & Rule Development, South Coast Air Quality Management District

Session: Strategies to Tackle Air Quality Challenges

 

Allan Hirsch -- Chief Deputy Director, Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment

Session: Prop 65 Update

 

Kathleen Johnson -- Director, Enforcement Division, Environmental Protection Agency Region 9

Session: TSCA Update

 

Barbara Lee -- Director, Department of Toxic Substances Control

Session: Environmental Excellence Awards Luncheon Plenary

 

Garry MacPherson -- Associate Vice Chancellor, UC San Diego

Session: Plenary - Collaboration and Compliance

 

Michael Shaw -- Vice President, Government Relations, California Manufacturers & Technology Association

Session: Environmental Excellence Awards Luncheon Plenary, and Moderator of SB 32 Update

 

Meredith Williams, Ph.D. -- Deputy Director for the Safer Products and Workplaces Program, Department of Toxic Substances Control

Session: Chemicals of Concern

 

We are expecting approximately 400 attendees consisting of environmental health and safety professionals, environmental engineers, consultants, attorneys and government affairs representatives. The attendees represent manufacturing, biotech and high tech companies, as well as federal, state and local regulators.

We hope to see you in San Diego on October 5 & 6.

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