Director, Labor Occupational Health Program, UC Berkeley
Presented by CROET and Oregon Health Authority, Public Health Division
Friday, June 15, 2012, Ambridge Event Center, Portland, Oregon
8:00am - 3:45pm | Presentations & Panels
3:45pm - 5:00pm | Posters, Reception & Networking
To share the economic and health case for reducing toxic materials in the workplace. Current global and Oregon policies addressing and impacting use of toxic materials in the workplace will be briefly summarized. Diverse workplaces will share success stories and lessons learned in moving towards safer alternatives.
- Explain the business and health case for reducing the use of toxic materials at work - learn now these strategies will save your organization money and better protect the health of your employees.
- Describe case studies demonstrating how other organizations have reduced the use of toxic chemicals in their work and manufacturing processes.
- Identify strategies to initiate and support reducing toxic chemicals within your organization and at your workplace.
- Network with others interested in creating safer and healthier spaces.