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Thanks to our speakers, sponsors and all who attended for helping to make this second annual Southern California EHSSENTIALS Symposium another great success!
Couldn’t join us this year? Wondering what you missed? You can download all of the session slide presentations here.
Then make plans to join us next year in 2017. Send us an email here and we’ll notify you when the date is set!
Friday, June 17, 2016
Los Angeles, California
Join healthcare industry peers and EHS professionals for an information-rich, strategy-packed day devoted exclusively to the latest EHS trends, issues, strategies and solutions affecting healthcare facilities today.
NETWORK WITH OTHER HEALTHCARE INDUSTRY EHS PROFESSIONALS
- EHS Leaders and EHS Professionals
- Safety Leaders
- Risk Management Leaders
- Environmental Professionals
- HR Leaders
- Facilities Leaders
MULTI-TRACK PROGRAM ADDRESSING TODAY’S EHS CHALLENGES
- Workplace Violence
- Emergency Preparedness
- Industrial Hygiene
- Hazardous Drugs
- Total Worker Health
- Infection Control
- And More!
- Convenient, efficient, affordable one-day program.
- Only $175 – includes parking pass.
- Convenient public transit options available.
- Choose from a variety of presentations and panels addressing the latest healthcare EHS issues.
- Features real world case studies shared by subject matter experts from Kaiser Permanente, UCLA and other leading healthcare institutions and EHS experts.
- Attendance is limited; register today. Group and student discounts available.
Dr. Jessica Drew de Paz
Environmental Health & Safety
University of California, Irvine
Mindfulness: Promoting Health & Safety by Being in the Moment
A mindful revolution is sweeping our nation! Hear fascinating preliminary results from a recent pilot study, conducted with nurses at UC Irvine Medical Center, demonstrating the numerous benefits associated with practicing mindfulness – a state of being present with focused attention – in the workplace.
Plenary Session Speaker
Tom Lynch, BSBA
Inland Counties Emergency Medical Agency
Local Response to Terrorism:
The San Bernardino Waterman Incident
Based on first-hand involvement in this event, Tom will share how mixed weaponry terrorist attacks have changed the paradigm of active shooter incidents; how to integrate with the larger response system during a terrorist attack; and, how situation awareness helps predict and prepare for these incidents.
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EHSSENTIALS 2016 in
Stanford University Medical Center, Palo Alto
November 10, 2016
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CALL FOR PRESENTATIONS
EHSSENTIALS 2016 at Stanford is seeking speakers to showcase and share their EHS knowledge and expertise with other healthcare EHS professionals. To submit your presentation idea online, please click here.