Division of Chemical Health and Safety: Call for Abstracts

Submission Deadline: Monday, October 29, 2018

Program Chair(s): Joseph Pickel, Debbie Decker

Note: Submission deadlines are at 11:59 EST on the day posted. Symposia, organizers and deadlines are subject to change. Last updated August 6, 2020.

Title    Type    Submission Type Organizer Cosponsor Description
Sci-Mix Poster Contributed
  • CCS
Optimizing Cannabis Processing Dynamics via Small Scale Experimentation & Analysis Oral Contributed
    New Frontiers in Cannabis: Analytical Tools, Post-Processing, & Policy Directions Oral Contributed
      Improving Academic Safety Culture: Undergraduate & Graduate Student Leadership in Laboratory Safety Oral Contributed
      • CCS
      Health & Safety Concerns around Cannabis Intoxication in the Work Place Oral Contributed
        Educating the Educators Oral Contributed
        • CCS
        Connecting Lab Safety & Green Chemistry Education Oral Contributed
        • CCS
        Chemical Safety in the Hospitality & Amusement Park Industry Oral Contributed
        • CCS
        Chemicals are widely used in cleaning and disinfection applications in a wide variety of industries....
        Cannabis Cultivation Chemistry: Innovating to Optimize Legitimacy, Health & Efficiency in a Rapidly Growing Industry Oral Contributed
          Cannabis Chemistry’s First Annual ElSohly Award Symposium Oral Invited
            The Cannabis Chemistry Subdivision of the Chemical Health and Safety Division is proud to host the s...
            Ask Doctor Safety about New Materials, Processes & Products Oral Contributed
            • CCS
            Analysis & Purification of Cannabis Extracts to Ensure Consumer Safety Oral Contributed
              o Cannabis extracts are derived from natural plant material, and along with target cannabinoids, the...
              A Decade Later: The Death of Sheri Sangji as a Catalyst for a Change in Safety Culture Oral Contributed
              • CCS
              Sheharbano "Sheri" Sangji died on January 16, 2009, eighteen days after suffering severe burns from ...