It's a Small World: From Global to Local Threats
October 22, 2016
8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
615 North Wolfe Street
Baltimore, MD 21205
Presented by the three chapters of the American Association of Occupational Health Nurses (AAOHN - Maryland Area, Seneca Valley, and Metropolitan Washington, DC) in partnership with the Maryland College of American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (ACOEM).
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The Chesapeake Region Safety Council is a private, non-profit, non-governmental public service organization whose mission is to provide the safety training and education that will reduce disabling injuries and save lives. Every year, we train more than 15,000 people in safety practices proven to protect life and promote health.
Limited Exhibitor opportunites are available!
We are seeking exhibitors (cost $200.00) to participate in this prestigious biennial conference, awarded “Best one-day educational event” by the American Association of Occupational Health Nurses in 2014. Please contact Barbara Hayden for details.
Who should attend?
Nurses, Doctors, Industrial Hygienists, Safety Managers, anyone who has a stake in workplace safety.
Continuing Education credits
6 continuing education credits will be requested from ACOEM and AAOHN.
Links to Directions
Please click on the following links to open Google Maps with directions to the garage and to the school entrance:
- Driving directions to the Washington Street parking garage.
- Walking directions from the garage to the school.
Scheduled Keynote Speakers
- Morning Keynote "Basic Workplace Violence Prevention & Planning"
Chief Operating Officer at SJR Security Consulting Services, LLC
- Lunch Keynote "Lessons Learned From Flint Michigan: Implications for our Community"
Congressman Elijah Cummings
Maryland 7th District
- Afternoon Keynote "Insectborne Disease Update in the Time of Zika"
Thomas C. Quinn, MD
Johns Hopkins Schools of Medicine & Public Health
Three Concurrent Tracks
- Bioterrorism and Food Safety
Melanie Abley, PhD
USDA-Food Safety and Inspection Service
- Building Biosafety and Biosecurity Cultural Competence
Dana Perkins, PhD
Department of Health & Human Services
- The Role of the Occupational Health Professional in Supporting Biological Personnel Reliability Programs
Roger McIntosh, MD
US Army Public Health Command
Workplace Violence Track
- Assessing Risk and the Operation of the Threat Assessment Team
Steve Rutledge, MS
SJR Security Consulting Services, LLC
- Promoting a Healthy and Civil Workplace Using the ANA Position Statement
Ruth Francis, MPH, MCHES
American Nurses Association
- Lessons Learned from a Safety Perspective: BP Oil Spill, Sugar Factory Explosion, Active Shooter and Workplace Electrocution
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Occupational Medicine Track
- Driving Better Care in Workers’ Compensation
Marianne Cloeren, MD, MPH
Managed Care Advisors, Inc.
- PTSD and Return to Work Issues
Aaron M. Jacoby, PhD
VA Maryland Healthcare System (VAMHCS)
- Legionella Outbreak- Exposure Assessment and (unusual) Source Identification
Hung Cheung, MD, MPH
Please contact us if you have any questions about the conference: