Tue, Sep 24, 2019 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM EDT
This webinar for environmental health professionals and the communities they serve will give an overview of the health impacts of extreme storms and flooding, including lung health impacts, and practical tips from local environmental health professionals. Speakers will share their personal experiences and lessons learned while serving communities that have experienced extreme storms and flooding.
Join us for this one-day multi-disciplinary technical seminar featuring industry experts presenting on regional and national issues in the area of asbestos, indoor air quality, EMS/ESA, lead, mold and sampling and analytical.
Friday, October 11, 2019
9:00am - 5:00pm
Hyatt Regency Seattle, Seattle, WA
This outstanding technical seminar earns attendees CEUs from ACAC, ABIH and other certifying organizations. Join us for a fantastic education, great networking, earn continuing education credits...all in one amazing city!
Day 1 (Wednesday, October 16)- General Environmental Health Sessions: Carbon Monoxide poisoning reporting, Source of Lead Poisoning, Safe Spaces for Children, Addressing PFAS in Wisconsin, Drug and Meth Cleanup, Legal Issues with Human Health Hazards, Roundtable Sessions: opioid cleanup, radon in schools, flooding response, algal blooms
The 57th Annual Yankee Conference on Environmental Health will be held from September 11-13, 2019 in Plymouth Massachusetts at Hotel 1620, Plymouth Harbor, 180 Water Street, Plymouth MA 0260.
The Conference is the annual conference of the NEHA New England Affiliates: Connecticut, Massachusetts, Northern New England (Maine New Hampshire, Vermont) and Rhode Island. The theme of this year's conference is “Hands on Environmental Health”.
Artificial Intelligence is being called the new electricity—a technological invention that promises to transform our lives and the world. The resurgence of investment and enthusiasm for artificial intelligence, or the ability of machines to carry out “smart” tasks, is driven largely by advancements in the subfield of machine learning. Machine learning algorithms can analyze large volumes of complex data to find patterns and make predictions, often exceeding the accuracy and efficiency of people who are attempting the same task.
NEHA Region IV Conference Registration Now Open
Visit www.nebraskaneha.com to find registration and conference information. Free Healthy Home and Inspection Basics of Body Art Establishments Workshops on Thursday afternoon.