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NIOSH NPPTL PPT Program Stakeholders Meeting, March 29, 2011

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Information Update: Personal Protective Technology Program Stakeholder Meeting, March 29, 2011

Information for the March 29 PPT Stakeholders meeting has been updated. Additional general information is available as well as expanded information for each of the sectors being highlighted.

We hope that you will consider attending if you are interested in learning about current and anticipated PPE research and initiatives, as well as assisting NIOSH by communicating your unique insight as a stakeholder and specialist within your field.

You may register electronically or you can download the Adobe PDF and fax it to 412-386-4951. On–site registration also will be available, however, space is limited. This meeting will also be available through remote access capabilities (Microsoft Live Meeting), whereby participants can simultaneously listen and participate over the internet. To register to attend by remote access, complete the registration form and check the “remote access attendee” block. This option will be available to participants on a first-come, first-serve basis and is limited to the first 100 participants.

For questions please contact John Sporrer at 412-386-6435, fax 412-386-4951 or e-mail npptlevents@cdc.gov.

PPT Program Stakeholder Meeting Announcement Letter (December 6, 2010)

March 30 Workshops

General Information for All Attendees [PDF - 26 KB]

Agriculture Agenda [PDF - 50 KB]

Pesticide Applicator Re-certification Credits [PDF - 37 KB]

Healthcare Agenda [PDF - 34 KB]

Mining Agenda [PDF - 18 KB]

Public Safety Agenda [PDF - 18 KB]

Presenter Biographies [PDF - 32 KB]

 
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