"Dinner and Discover" with Manny Ehrlich of the U.S. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board (CSB)
AIChE is teaming up with American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE) to present a "Dinner and Discover" with Manny Ehrlich of the U.S. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board (CSB). We are honored to have Manny Ehrlich, CSB commissioner/board member fly in from Washington DC to present on his experiences while investigating for the CSB.
We are also pleased to congratulate the 2018 Colorado State Science Winners for the Rocky Mountain Section of AIChE who are invited to join us to display their poster and presentation. Logan Klein, 1st place Senior Division; Emma Stone and Reiley Leak, 2nd place Senior Division; Liliana Petrecca, 1st place Junior Division; Kooper Grinstead, 2nd place Junior Division.
Presenter: Manny Ehrilich, CSB Commissioner/Board Member
Date: Tuesday, May 15
Time: 6:00 Networking & Dinner
Location: C. B. & Potts, 6575 South Greenwood Plaza Blvd, Englewood, CO 80111
Menu: Southwestern Buffet including beef and chicken fajitas, beef enchiladas, served with sour cream, cheese, guacamole, flour tortillas, lettuce, tomatoes, jalapeños, seasonal rice and black beans. Chips and salsa. Soda, coffee, and tea.
Please RSVP by THURSDAY, May 3 (early RSVPs are greatly appreciated!) You may RSVP via email at firstname.lastname@example.org indicating your name, phone number, and number of attendees and pay at the meeting. Or you may RSVP and pay online by selecting your membership level in the Paypal drop down box and clicking on the "BuyNow" button to pay by credit card. For Paypal, please indicate any food allergies.
Cost: AIChE and ASSE Members $20; Non-members $25, Students/Unemployed $10; Add $5 for attending meeting without RSVP
What is the Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board (CSB)?
The CSB is an independent federal agency charged with investigating chemical incidents. Headquartered in Washington, DC, the agency's board members are appointed by the President and confirmed by the Senate. The CSB conducts root cause investigations of chemical incidents at fixed facilities. Root causes are usually deficiencies in safety management systems, but can be any factor that would have prevented the accident if that factor had not occurred. The agency does not issue fines or citations, but does make recommendations to plants, regulatory agencies such as the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), industry organizations, and labor groups. Congress designed the CSB to be non-regulatory and independent of other agencies so that its investigations might, where appropriate, review the effectiveness of regulations and regulatory enforcement.