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Posted: Oct 03, 2011

Conference: Working Safely with Nanomaterials

(Nanowerk News) The British Occupational Hygiene Society is hosting an International Conference on Working Safely with Nanomaterials in Edinburgh, Scotland on 6 July 2012. The venue will be the Royal College of Physicians in Queen Street.
Authors:- "The UK Nanosafety Partnership Group " –comprising of UK Nanosafety Forum, HSE, BOHS, IOM, HSL , Env Agency and other individual experts in the nanotechnology field.
The one day session on Working Safety with Nanomaterials will feature the newly launched generic guidance and discussion on issues relating to how to working safely with nanomaterials.
This is your opportunity to ask questions on Nanosafety and other regulator issues.
In order for this meeting to go ahead and be successful, we need to know the number of people who will attend. We know times are difficult and we want to keep costs down. We hope to cost the event at £100 per delegate for the day conference.
Please let us know if you and any of your colleagues will be attending this event by replying by 30 October 2011 to Janet Huggan, Janet E Huggan jhuggan@staffmail.ed.ac.uk. Information regarding the conference can be obtained by contacting June Freeland. Chair of the UK Nanosafety Forum: june.freeland@strath.ac.uk
On behalf of the UK Nanosafety Partnership Group, we look forward to welcoming you to the historic city of Edinburgh to help us make this a stimulating and memorable conference.
Source: UK Nanosafety Partnership Group
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