Benefits and Risk Communication for Nanomaterials

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Benefits and Risk Communication for Nanomaterials

Time: November 16, 2010 from 11am to 12:30pm
Location: Your office! This is the advantage of a webinar. Absolutely, no travel.
Website or Map: http://online.krm.com/iebms/c…
Phone: 301-987-0924
Event Type: webinar
Organized By: John DiLoreto
Latest Activity: Dec 16, 2010

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What is the current outlook for companies engaged in nanotechnology, and what risk communication tools are available to assist the people who work in companies that engage in nanotechnology? Learn about the most current approaches to MSDS writing, control banding, and related business communication strategies to assist the occupational safety and health professional. In addition, there are over 800 manufactured consumer products currently listed on the Project on Emerging Technologies website. The International Standards Organization and CEN, the European Communities on Standardization, are developing a broad approach to a labeling standard for products containing manufactured nano-objects. This webinar also is designed to address how to communicate effectively on benefits and risks with the public.

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