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Safety Training Program

Thursday, 9 August 2007 - 10:00 am
IUPAC General Assembly and Congress | Torino, Italy


Poster Viewing

Environmental Safety and Management Training: Its Impact on Rubber Research Institute of Nigeria [abstract]
Isiaka O. Bakare
, Rubber Research Institute of Nigeria, Benin City
Improving Safety Culture in a Developing Economy: A Build-Up from IUPAC-UNESCO-UNIDO Fellowship Experience [abstract]
Tersoo C. Gwaza, Shell Petroleum Development Company, Port Harcourt, Nigeria
The Regional Conference on Occupational Health and Safety Management in East Africa [abstract]
Kelvin Khisa, Kenya National Cleaner Production Centre, Nairobi
Building Capacity in Environment, Health and Safety in Kenyan Businesses [abstract]
Jane B. Nyakang'o, Kenya National Cleaner Production Centre, Nairobi
Improvements in Occupational Health and Safety Management in Turkey [abstract]
Esma Toprak, Department of Chemical Engineering, Bogazici University, Istanbul, Turkey
Improving Safety Management with Scientific Safety Management Philosophy [abstract]
Zhang Guo-Hong, Unilever China, Beijing
10:45 The IUPAC-UNESCO-UNIDO Safety Training Program - Overview [abstract]
Mark C. Cesa, INEOS USA LLC, Naperville, IL USA; Chairman, IUPAC Committee on Chemistry and Industry
11:00 Industrial Use of Metals, Risk Assessment and Prevention of Health Effects [abstract]
Gunnar F. Nordberg, Department of Public Health and Clinical Medicine, Umea University, Sweden
11:30 Distance Learning In Toxicology: The IUPAC Contribution [abstract]
John H. Duffus, The Edinburgh Centre For Toxicology, Edinburgh, Scotland
12:00 Panel Discussion
All speakers and presenters

Financial support is gratefully acknowledged from IUPAC, IUPAC Committee on Chemistry and Industry (COCI), and UNESCO, and from Host Companies: AstraZeneca (UK), BP Chemicals (USA), Bristol-Myers Squibb (USA), Mitsui Chemicals (Japan), Sankyo (Japan), and Sasol (South Africa)

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