EHSSENTIALS 2018
 

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Thursday, May 3, 2018
UCLA
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
  • Students and Professionals Seeking Healthcare Employment
  • Emergency Management Professionals

MULTI-TRACK PROGRAM ADDRESSING TODAY’S EHS CHALLENGES

  • Changes to CMS
  • Chemical Spill Response
  • Sharps Handling
  • Hazardous Waste
  • USP 800
  • Santa Rosa Fire Response
  • Workplace Violence
  • Mobility as Medicine
  • Multi-Agency Emergency Exercises
  • Influenza Epidemic Insights

Keynote Speaker

CurtisCMS – Challenges in the Physical Environment
Richard Curtis RN, MS, HACP
Chief Executive Officer, Center for Improvement in Healthcare Quality

Plenary Session

GoodinBakerThe Fire Department is Taking a Last Stand. What Happened When Our Hospital Heard These Words.
Judi Goodin, RN
Safety Leader, Kaiser Permanente Santa Rosa Medical Center
John Baker, RN
Clinical Nurse Educator, Kaiser Permanente, Santa Rosa Emergency Department

  • Convenient, efficient, affordable one-day program.
  • Only $175 – includes lunch, snacks and 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. Discounts available for students and groups of 3+ from same organization.

CEUs available

Southern California Educations and Research Center

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Sponsors: BSI, Kaiser Permanente, UCLA Industrial Hygiene Program (IHP)

Environmental, Health & Safety Symposium for Healthcare