NEHA 2003 AEC and Exhibition

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NEHA 2003 AEC and Exhibition


National Enviornmental Health Association 67th AEC and Exhibition June 8 - 11, 2003 (Exhibit Dates: June 8 - 9, 2003)

The NEHA 2003 Annual Educational Conference (AEC) and Exhibition will offer you the education that you need and want in order to meet the challenges you face everyday as an environmental health (EH) and protection professional--education on topics such as: food protection and safety, onsite wastewater, geographic information systems ,global positioning systems, chemical and bioterrorism preparedness, management, indoor air qua1ity, hazardous waste, emerging pathogens, and drinking water. Check NEHA's Web site at www.neha.org/tracks.html for the latest conference information including an online registration form.

"I have attended three NEHA Annual Educational Conference and Exhibitions, and I find these conferences the most cutting edge in the environmental health field I always recommend this conference to my business contacts."

Christine K. Federico, C.E.S.P. Quality Assurance Administrator, Gelsons Market, Newhall, CA

"The Annual Educational conference and Exhibition is a real opportunity to attend a wide variety of training topics in one location. Excellent variety of presentations!"

Elwin B. Coil, R.S., Director Environmental health Services, Macomb County health Department, Mount Clemens, MI

"[I have no doubt that] the 2003 Annual Educational conference and Exhibition will hate it all--diversity in topics, people, and events. The 2002 conference provided so many choices...I learned new things and met new and interesting people. Plus, it was a lot of bang for the buck!"

J. Shannon Swann, Ph.D., R.S., R.E.H.S., Health Officer, Lake Mead National Recreation Area, Boulder City, NV

"NEHA's Annual Educational Conference and Exhibition is the best forum where an environmental health professional can experience a broad range of educational and professional topics. The interaction with colleagues and the networking opportunities are superior and well worth the investment of attending. Come prepared to acquire answers to your questions and to he exposed to both practical applications of environmental health and new, cutting-edge information."

Welford C. Roberts, Ph.D., R.E.H.S., D.A.A.S., Consultant, Environmental Health Sciences and Toxicology, Washington, DC

"It is imperative for today's environmental health professional to have continued exposure to each of the disciplines offered at the Annual Educational conference and Exhibition. [There was] a lot of good, useful information presented from knowledgeable speakers."

Barry W. Moore, R.E.H.S., Bioterrorismn Coordinator, Memphis and Shelby County health Department, Memphis, TN

"NEHA provides quality educational opportunities for everyone in the field of environmental health no matter their area of interest or expertise."

Leonard F Rice, RS., Retired, Orangeburg, SC

Pre-Conference Review Courses, Exams and Workshops

Review Courses and Exams

Registered Environmental Health Specialist/Registered Sanitarian (REHS/RS) Review Course

Friday June 6 (8:00am - 5:00pm) and Saturday June 7 (8:00am - 12:00pm)

This one-and-a-half day refresher course is designed to help you prepare for the REHS/RS exam. The course will cover the exam content. You will be able to question instructors who are familiar with the exam and who have years of expertise in the environmental health field. Cost is $329 for members and $429 for non-members. Cost includes the REHS/RS Study Guide (Second Edition) (a $179 value) and the REHS/RS exam and application fees (a $225 value). Limit 50 people.

Certified Food Safety Professional (CFSP) Review Course

Friday June 6 (8:00a.m - 5:00pm)

This one-day refresher course is designed to help you prepare for the CFSP exam. The course will cover the exam content. …

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