Going Green and Saving Green: Creating a More Eco-friendly Lab
February 13, 2008
2:00-3:30 pm Eastern (U.S.) time
Early Bird Registration extended to January 31!
What kind of an impact could your laboratory make if you changed a few simple policies to incorporate green practices?
Find out from an expert on creating healthier environments in hospitals how labs can work with their colleagues to help save the planet and save costs. Listen as two laboratoriansone from a hospital lab and one from a reference labdescribe the actions they've taken to reduce their lab's carbon footprint, and the benefits they've enjoyed as a result.
Attend this audioconference and know:
* Actions you can take today to make your lab more environmentally friendly
* How much you can potentially save by adopting certain green practices
* New, more eco-friendly ways to dispose of hazardous waste from your laboratory
* How to incorporate green technologies into laboratory building or renovation projects
* How to streamline your lab to make it more energy efficient
* Janet Brown, Partner Program Manager, Hospitals for a Healthy Environment, Arlington , VA
* David P. Jackson, Senior Vice President, Strategic Services, ARUP Laboratories, Salt Lake City , UT
* Timothy A. Johnson, CT/SLS (ASCP) , Laboratory Safety Manager, Allina Hospitals & Clinics, Minneapolis, MN
Laboratory administrators, directors and managers; hospital administrators, and all others who are involved in managing or improving laboratory processes.
Invite your hospital administrator and safety officers to join you! Presenters will provide information targeted to both audiences.
For more information, go to the meeting Web site http://www.aacc.org/AACC/events/meetings/Green.htm
This program is approved by AACC for 1.5 Category 1 ACCENT credit hours.