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Chemical Safety & Climate Change Resiliency Program Assessment: Opportunities for Collaborating and Moving Forward to Prevent Industrial Accidents

Wednesday, October 10, 2018
10 a.m. - 11 a.m.

Address

100 Cambridge Street, 2nd Floor, Conference Room C, Boston, MA 02114

Overview of Chemical Safety & Climate Change Resiliency Program Assessment: Opportunities for Collaborating and Moving Forward to Prevent Industrial Accidents

Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) students will be presenting their assessment of the effectiveness of the Office of Technical Assistance and Technology’s (OTA) Chemical Safety & Climate Change Preparedness Program, including the trainings and confidential site visits. Their assessment will be used to create recommendations for improvements to the program and serve as a guide for other organizations to follow.

Please join us for this opportunity for you to hear and contribute to recommendations for more collaboration between businesses, first responders and communities.

Please RSVP to Tiffany Skogstrom, OTA Outreach and Policy Analyst, at Tiffany.Skogstrom@State.MA.US.

Who should attend

  • Partnering agencies who helped create OTA’s Chemical Safety & Climate Change Resiliency program and curriculum,
  • Toxics Use Reduction Planners who are interested in fulfilling business’ toxics use reduction needs associated with severe weather and use of hazardous chemicals,
  • First responders and government agencies that are interested in engaging businesses on the topic of climate change and emergency preparedness
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