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LEHDER to Host AWMA Breakfast Series on Environmental Toxicological Assessments with the New EASR Regulation

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AWMA Ontario SectionLEHDER is pleased to be hosting the AWMA Breakfast Series teleconference session on June 1, 2017. 

The Sarnia Breakfast will teleconference into the session taking place in Hamilton.  

The Toxicological Assessments with the New EASR Regulation session on will be presented by Tania Onica and Brianne Attard with the Human Toxicology and Air Standards Section of the Ontario Ministry of the Environment and Climate Change.

This presentation is an introduction to toxicological assessments of contaminants without limits. It covers the screening process using the Ministry's Air Contaminants Benchmark (ACB) List and provides a general overview of the elements of a toxicological assessment of contaminants in air. At the end of this session, participants will be able to more effectively screen out contaminants using the ACB list and will have a better understanding of the components of a toxicological assessment.

TIMES:

Sign-In and Breakfast - 7:30 A.M. (Please email us with any food allergies or restrictions one week prior to your registered session).

Presentation - 8:00 A.M. until 9:00 A.M.

LOCATION:  SESSION COSTS: 
 
LEHDER Environmental Services Limited
Suite 210, 704 Mara Street
Point Edward, Ontario
N7V 1X4
Contact: Shawna Graham
Tel: 519-336-4101 ext 252
$30 AWMA Member
$40 Non-member
$10 AWMA Student Member
$15 Student Non-Member
$5 No prior notification surcharge

REGISTRATION & ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

For additional information and to register for this session, please visit:

Toxicological Assessments with the New EASR Regulation
http://awma.on.ca/breakfast-meetings/sarnia-breakfast-series

Online registration requires payment via PayPal.   You may also pay cash at the door; funds will be forwarded to AWMA and a receipt will be provided.  To prevent the "$5 no prior notification surcharge" please email us if you are attending so the necessary arrangements can be made.