Meeting Archive:
Identify and Control Chemical Safety Risks in the Educational Environment

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Meeting Description:

Join this webcast to learn how to identify and assess your potential chemical safety threats and establish effective procedures to mitigate risks that could disrupt student education and endanger occupant health. 

The webinar will cover recognized chemical safety standards and best practices that will help you:
  • Identify chemical safety hazards
  • Assess and control chemical safety risks to reduce hazards
  • Establish preventive maintenance activities to manage chemical safety over the long-term
  • Educate administrators, maintenance/custodial staff, teachers and students







Date: Wed, Jan 19, 2011
Time: 12:00 PM EST
Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes
Host(s): Roger Young
 Presenter Information
Dave Waddell - North American Hazardous Materials Management Association
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Dave Waddell is the President of the Board of Directors for the North American Hazardous Materials Management Association (NAHMMA). He has worked with the Local Hazardous Waste Management Program in King County, Washington since 1991 as a Senior Environmental Investigator and Project Manager of the award-winning Rehab the Lab school cleanout program. He provides school chemical management consulting and training services through his company, Waddell Environmental LLC.

Joanie Arrott - Texas Association of School Boards
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Joanie Arrott is a Senior Loss Prevention Consultant for the Texas Association of School Boards (TASB) in Risk Management Services. She is holds state licenses in asbestos and mold and is also active in the Lone Star Chapter of NAHMMA.  TASB is a statewide educational association that has been serving and representing Texas school districts since 1949.    



Dale Zabel - School District of Kettle Moraine, WI
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Dale Zabel is the Director of Facility Services for the School District of Kettle Moraine in Wisconsin.  He has 17 years of experience in K12 school facility management, as well as 13 years in the private sector as a business owner.  Dale is certified by the State of Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction in K12 School Facility Management, and he is active in the development of sports facilities for local community use.

Roger Young -
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Roger Young is Executive Director of and the host of the Facility Masters Webcast Series.  His experience in district-wide leadership spans a career of 36+ years, which includes serving as the Assistant Superintendent for Finance and Facilities.  Roger lead the national task force that produced the Planning Guide for Maintaining School Facilities -- the premier source document for best practices in educational facilities management. 

Roger is a past chairman of the ASBO Facilities Masters Award Program Advisory Committee, past chairman of the ASBO School Facilities Committee as well as the ASBO Information Systems Committee.

He has authored numerous articles, evaluated facility management practices, conducted professional workshops, and assisted with the planning and implementation of regional Facility Masters Conferences throughout the United States.

Justin Turner -
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Justin Turner brings a different background to his role as Applications Engineer at SchoolDude. He has spent the past decade working in the radio industry as on-air talent for some of the most legendary and well-known stations in the Carolinas, including 97.5 WCOS in Columbia and 106.1 WRDU in Raleigh, in formats such as oldies, beach, top 40, country and talk.  Justin’s experience comes in handy because he is responsible for speaking to a large number of education professionals during SchoolDude’s webinars and product demonstrations.  Justin uses his communications background to make these presentations as interactive and engaging as possible. He is a graduate of The University of South Carolina with a degree in Mass Communications.