2012 North Carolina
Environmental, Energy, Health & Safety (EEHS) School

August 20 -21, 2012
McKimmon Center, Raleigh, NC
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What Is The EEHS School ?

The 2012 North Carolina Environmental, Energy, Health & Safety (EEHS) School is a unique forum for environmental, health and safety (EHS) professionals to obtain individualized information about the latest issues affecting their businesses in North Carolina.

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At a single location, the 2012 EEHS School offers 28 individual courses offered within seven 1.25 hour sessions over two days. Within each session, there are four concurrent tracks with courses ranging from very basic topics for those just starting out to advanced topics for the more experienced attendee.

The 28 courses will cover current issues in air quality, water quality, solid and hazardous waste, occupational safety and health, energy, sustainability, regulatory reform and world marketing.

Over 30 recognized experts on complying with North Carolina’s environmental, energy, health and safety laws and regulations will be teaching the 28 classroom sessions.

During the school, attendees personalize their schedule by choosing any combination of seven classroom courses to attend from the list of 28 courses being offered. This unique training format allows each attendee the flexibility to select a schedule tailored to his or her current interests and needs.

The school format is also ideal for attendees responsible for compliance with several EEHS laws or regulations or those simply seeking cross-training on an unfamiliar EEHS issue.

In addition to the concurrent classroom courses, the school will begin with a General Session on Monday, August 20. This session will feature presentations on "Shale Gas Recovery Exploration in North Carolina: Opportunities and Risks".

The school will close on Tuesday, August 21 with a luncheon featuring a keynote speaker. This year our special keynote speaker is N.C. State University Economist Mike Walden. Dr. Walden is widely known for his ability to relate larger economic trends to individual consumers and is host of a daily radio show looking at the latest economic issues facing North Carolina and the nation.

Between classes the attendees can visit the Exhibition Hall featuring over 25 leading vendors offering a full range of EEHS products and services to check out and compare.

Who Should Attend ?

Anyone whose responsibilities include assuring that their company or organization is complying with environmental, energy, health or safety laws and regulations will benefit from the authoritative and timely information provided at the 2012 EEHS School. If your job requires you to understand environmental, health or safety laws and regulations, you need to attend this school.

With 28 different courses, taught by recognized experts, there’s something for everyone regardless of experience or responsibilities. For those new to the field, there is a basic track that provides an excellent overview of air, water, waste, safety, health and energy issues.

The 2012 EEHS School is the ideal conference for manufacturers, plant managers, small business operators, environmental technicians and specialists, environmental managers, compliance officers, industrial safety managers, consultants, attorneys, commercial real estate professionals, land developers, POTW operators, and state and local regulators.

Benefits Of Attending

• Obtain practical compliance information directly from the experts including many of the key regulators who administer and enforce North Carolina’s environmental, health and safety programs on a day-to-day basis.

• Learn the compliance advice top environmental, energy, safety and health experts in the private sector are giving their companies, organizations, and clients.

• Take home real world information that you can use the next day by picking and choosing courses that are most important to you and your company or organization during the school. No pre-selection of courses is required.

• Network with fellow environmental, energy, health & safety professionals.

• Network with key regulators in a relaxed, informal setting.

• Discover the latest and greatest in EEHS-related products and services from a variety of exhibitors.

Hotel

The official hotel for the 2012 EEHS School is:

Hampton Inn & Suites Raleigh/Cary
111 Hampton Woods Lane
Raleigh, NC 27607
Tel: 919-233-1798
Hotel Web Site: www.hampton-inn.com/hi/cary

Group Name: EEHS School
Rates: $89
Cutoff Date: August 5, 2012

The hotel is located approximately 5 miles (10 - 15 minutes) from the McKimmon Center.