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Puget Sound PDC Schedule in Ellensburg May 3, 2019 at Central Washington University and attend to sharpen your knowledge-base and collect CEU’s

Jan 21, 2019

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Greetings!

The PDC Committee is proud to announce the release of our 2019 Event Schedule – Click Here.

Registration is open for the 2019 PDC Friday, May 3, 2019 at Central Washington University, Student Union Building, located in Ellensburg, WA.

Do you have funds left in your 2018 Budget you need to spend? Register Early & Save – Click here.

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Attendee Registration (save $50) – Click here

Sponsor/Exhibitor Registration (save $100) – Click here

Sponsorship & Exhibitor Opportunities – Click here

To register by mail or fax – Click here

Group Discounts – Additional discounts are available for Groups of 4 or more attendees – save $100, email safety@pugetsoundpdc.com for more details.

CEU’s – Attendees will receive 0.6* Continuing Education Unit (CEU) Credits for attending the PDC (*pending approval).

2019 Event Schedule – Click here If you have any questions, please call Erika May at 661-472-6591 or email safety@pugetsoundpdc.com.

 

Sincerely,

Erika May

Puget Sound ASSP PDC Planning Committee

safety@pugetsoundpdc.com

www.PugetsoundPdc.com 661.472.6591

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The 2019 NOHC Planning Committee is accepting abstracts for the upcoming 2019 Northwest Occupational Health Conference in Bend Oregon

Jan 14, 2019

The 2019 NOHC Planning Committee is accepting abstracts for the upcoming 2019 Northwest Occupational Health Conference in Bend Oregon at the River House on the Deschutes Conference Center.   Mark your calendars October 23 – 25, 2019CLICK HERE to submit an abstract.

Check out photos from the 2018 Chapter Ugly Sweater Holiday Party

Dec 07, 2018

December 5, 2018 the Lower Columbia Basin Chapter enjoyed an evening out with colleagues and friends.

Charitable contributions were donated from Chapter members in the form of Non-Perishable food items for the local food bank as well as unwrapped toys for girls and boys which were given to the Marine Toys for Tots which will make a difference in some children’s holiday this year.

We also enjoyed giveaways and door prizes, an ugly sweater contest, and a festive white elephant exchange.

Our Holiday Party is an annual event where we contribute to the needs of our local communities in the lower Columbia basin.  Non-members are always welcome to attend and participate with us as we strive to make a positive impact.

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Columbia Basin College’s Industrial Health and Safety Technology AAS Degree Program

Jan 22, 2018

Columbia Basin College’s Industrial Health and Safety Technology AAS degree program has been approved and is now accepting students. The first IHST program course is set for next fall, but students can begin taking classes right away to complete their General Education.

Please help us pass the word out to those with High School students and others interested in a Health and Safety career. Those with CSP’s and CIH’s might consider taking a class or two to earn points toward their recertification.

Information on CBC’s IHST program can be found at http://www.columbiabasin.edu/index.aspx?page=2293