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National Environmental Health Association: 71st Annual Educational Conference (AEC) & Exhibition.

June 18-21, 2007

Your eyes will be opened. Your brain will be stimulated. Your soul will be recharged.

ATLANTIC CITY

new jersey

Co-Sponsored by the National Environmental, Safety & Health Training Association Supported by a grant from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)

Education Overview

Saturday, June 16

These workshops and courses continue Sunday

* Biology and Control of Insects and Rodents Workshop

* Environmental Health Training in Emergency Response--Level I (Condensed Version)

* National Environmental Public Health Performance Standards Workshop: Building Local and National Excellence

* Essentials for Healthy Homes Practitioners Training Course

* Certified Food Safety Professional (CFSP) Review Course (Sat. only)

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

Sunday, June 17

* Advanced Food Safety Field Instrumentation Workshop

* Chemical Agents of Opportunity for Terrorism Course

* NSF Plan Review Survey Course

* CFSP Credential Exam

* Certified Installer of Onsite Wastewater Treatment Systems (CIOWTS) Basic and Advanced Level Exams

Saturday pre-conference workshops and courses continue

Monday, June 18

Exhibition (two days only) 6:00-9:00pm

* Keynote Address and Awards Ceremony

* Food Safety and Protection

* Onsite Wastewater Systems

* Terrorism and All-Hazards Preparedness

* Environmental Health Research

* Environmental Health Tracking

* General Environmental Health

* Injury Prevention/Occupational Health

* Solid Waste

* NESHTA Workshop: Writing Test Items

Tuesday, June 19

Exhibition (two days only) 8:00-11:30am; 1:45-4:00pm

* Food Safety and Protection

* Onsite Wastewater Systems

* Terrorism and All-Hazards Preparedness

* Ambient Air Quality

* Environmental Health Leadership Development

* Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

* Injury Prevention/Occupational Health

* Institutions and Schools Environmental Health

* Vector Control and Zoonotic Diseases

* Onsite Wastewater Treatment Systems in the New Jersey Pinelands Optional Field Trip

* The Jersey-Atlantic Wind Farm Optional Tour

* NESHTA Educational Sessions

* Poster Session

* Student Research Presentations/Posters

* REHS/RS Credential Exam

Wednesday, June 20

* Food Safety and Protection

* Onsite Wastewater Systems

* Terrorism and All-Hazards Preparedness

* Children's Environmental Health

* Emerging Pathogens

* Environmental Health Leadership Development

* Hazardous Materials and Toxic Substances

* Indoor Air Quality

* Institutions and Schools Environmental Health

* Swimming Pools/Recreational Waters

* Uniformed Services EH Affiliate Educational Sessions

* Vector Control and Zoonotic Diseases

* Water Pollution

* NESHTA Educational Sessions

Thursday, June 21

* Food Safety and Protection

* Terrorism and All-Hazards Preparedness

* Drinking Water Quality

* Emerging Pathogens

* General Environmental Health

* Hazardous Materials and Toxic Substances

* Indoor Air Quality

* NESHTA Educational Sessions

NOWHERE ELSE

Do you find environmental health education in 21 technical sections (over 175 sessions)!

Are 1,500 EH & P professionals gathered each year!

Is the entire focus of the conference on environmental health, and only environmental health!

THAT'S NEHA'S ANNUAL EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCE & EXHIBITION

Events (The Fun Stuff!) and Special Meetings

Sunday, June 17

Golf Tournament, 12:30-6:30pm

Once a year you get the chance to play with your colleagues from around the country. This year the golf course at the Marriott Seaview Resort and Spa is the site of the fun, and the closest-to-the-pin and long drive competitions. Fee includes green fees, cart, range balls, lunch, prizes, and transportation. Buses leave at 12:30pm; tee time 1:20pm. Cost is $135 if you register by June 1, 2007.

NEHA/NESHTA Ice Breaker Reception, 6:30-7:30pm

Enjoy the friendly atmosphere of this evening before the hectic pace of the conference begins. Light hors d'oeuvres will be served, and NEHA's Board of Directors and staff will be mingling. No charge.

Monday, June 18

Uniformed Services Luncheon & Business Meeting, 11:45-1:30pm

Those involved with NEHA's Uniformed Services Affiliate will convene over lunch for their annual business meeting. Cost is $18 if you register by June 1, 2007.

AAS Wagner Award & USPHS Honor Awards Reception, 5:30-6:30pm

National recognition for those who have excelled in their professional work will be given to the winners of the John G. Todd, Edward (Ted) Moran, John C. Eason, and Davis Calvin Wagner awards at this annual reception. No charge.

Exhibition Grand Opening & Party, 6:00-9:00pm

A buzz is constantly in the air as vendors greet their customers, attendees cross paths with colleagues, and the delicious food is consumed as virtually everyone at the conference comes to enjoy the evening. Included with most registrations.

Tuesday, June 19

Networking Luncheon, 11:00am-1:00pm

Use this opportunity to take advantage of one of the most important benefits of attending the conference--networking! Sit at a table where you know no one, and you'll be amazed what you'll learn. Or if you just haven't had a chance yet to talk to one of your colleagues, here's the time while you enjoy a satisfying meal. Included with most registrations.

UL Dancing Queen Show and Dinner at Bally's, 5:30-9:00pm

Be transported back to the 1980's and into the music of ABBA at the glittering Bally's production Dancing Queen. Featuring all the songs from the hit musical Mama Mia, fabulous dancers, amazing costumes, and even roller skates, this is a night not to be missed! Preceding the show, we will enjoy a wonderful dinner at Bally's, included in the price of the ticket. Transportation to Bally's will be provided. UL-sponsored tickets sold out. There are a limited number of regular-priced tickets available at $57. Place your order now before all tickets are sold.

Wednesday, June 20

American Academy of Sanitarians (AAS) Luncheon & Business Meeting, 11:30am-2:45pm

Lunch will be served, and the upcoming year discussed, at this event for AAS members. Cost is $30 if you register by June 1, 2007.

Uniformed Services Reception, 5:00-6:00pm

Everyone is invited to this reception that encourages mingling between EH contemporaries working in and outside of the uniformed services. Meet the uniformed services section speakers as well. No charge.

Industry Affiliate Dinner & Business Meeting, 5:00-9:00pm

Private industry EH professionals gather this evening to focus on their unique interests. Cost is $60 if you register by June 1, 2007.

Evening Free to Enjoy Atlantic City for Everyone Else

Stay at the Tropicana and enjoy one of the 20 restaurants right there at The Quarter and maybe a few of those slot machines in the casino, or venture onto the boardwalk to stroll along the beach to any of the numerous shops, restaurants, shows, casinos, and activities within blocks.

Thursday, June 21

Presidents Banquet, 7:00-10:00pm; Reception Preceding, 6:00-7:00pm

Concluding the conference is this semi-formal evening of excellent food, and final conversations with new and old friends. Remarks from NEHA's new president, and the presentation of two distinctive awards highlight the evening. Included with most registrations.

Don't be left behind.

NEHA's speakers have field and research experience to share with you. And so do your colleagues from across the country who are attending the sessions with you.

Stay up-to-date and serve ...

... your organization, your community, and yourself.

This IS the place to be June 18-21, 2007!

Food, Fun, and Education & Networking Extraordinaire!

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GENERAL ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH

Ambient Air Quality

Tuesday, June 19

1:00-1:50pm

The Case for Regulating Ultrafine Particles Under the Clean Air Act

Robert A. Reiley, JD, LLM, MSc, Assistant Counsel, Pennsylvania Dept. of Environmental Protection, PA

2:45-3:35pm

National Clean Diesel Campaign Panel Discussion

Michael Moltzen, Mobile Source Team Leader, EPA Region 2, NY

Peg Hanna, Manager, New Jersey Dept. of Environmental Protection, NJ

Debbi Edelstein, Director, Northeast States for Coordinated Air Use Management, MA

3:45-4:35pm

Health Effects of Diesel Engine Exhaust

Joseph Somers, PhD, National Expert for the Office of Transportation and Air Quality, EPA, MI

Optional Tour

The Jersey-Atlantic Wind Farm

Tuesday, June 19 (9:00-11:00am)

For this tour, attendees will visit the Jersey-Atlantic Wind Farm at the Atlantic County Utilities Authority Wastewater Treatment Plant. The tour will include background information on the Wind Farm, which is the first coastal Wind Farm in the country. The Wind Farm consists of five turbines, each having the capability to produce 1.6 megawatts. During the tour, attendees will be able to view a turbine close-up. The location also features a Solar Array Project, which consists of five different solar collecting arrays. Finally, attendees will learn about the wastewater treatment process at the plant, where approximately thirty million gallons of wastewater are given secondary treatment daily and then released into the bay via a 1.5 mile outlet pipe. Cost for this field trip is $17 if you sign up by June 1, 2007, and includes transportation. Limit 50 people.

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Children's Environmental Health

Wednesday, June 20

8:30-9:20am

Children's Environmental Health in Informal Learning Institutions: Partnering with EPA to Reach Your Audience

Paula Selzer, Environmental Protection Specialist, EPA Region 6, TX

Linda Rutsch, MPH, MBA, SunWise Program Director, EPA, Washington, DC

9:30-10:20am

Playing Together in the Sandbox: Partnering with Social Services to Protect Children's Environmental Health

M.L. Tanner, EH Manager III, South Carolina Dept. of Health and Environmental Control, SC

10:30-11:20am

A Children's Environmental Health Template for Educators and Environmental Health Professionals

Chuck J. Lichon, RS, MPH, CFSP, EH Director, Midland County Health Dept., MI

1:00-1:50pm

Reducing Children's Blood Lead Exposure Through Neighborhood Education

Gary S. Silverman, DEnv, RS, Professor and Director, Bowling Green State University, OH

Hailu Kassa, PhD, MPH, MSOH, Assistant Professor, Bowling Green State University, OH

2:00-2:50pm

Computerized Hazard Assessment and Reduction Program for Housing (HARP)

Joe E. Beck, RS, DAAS, Professor, Eastern Kentucky University, KY

Sheila D. Pressley, MS, REHS, Assistant Professor, Eastern Kentucky University, KY

3:00-3:50pm

Environmental Public Health Response to Elemental Mercury Exposure at Kiddee Kollege Daycare, Gloucester County, New Jersey

James A. Brownlee, MPH, Director, New Jersey Dept. of Health and Senior Services, NJ

LT Mary T. Glenshaw, MPH, PhD, OTR/L, EIS Officer, USPHS, New Jersey Dept. of Health and Senior Services, NJ

Sharon Kubiak, Health Educator, MPH, New Jersey Dept. of Health and Senior Services, NJ

Joe Eldridge, Program Manager, New Jersey Dept. of Health and Senior Services, NJ

4:00-4:50pm

The "Magic" of Food Safety for Children

Pattie A. McNiel, MS, Academic Specialist, Michigan State University, MI

Drinking Water Quality

Thursday, June 21

8:30-9:20am

Water Quality and Safety Control Measures Utilized in the National Railroad Passenger Service System

Clayton Pape, MS, CFSP, Public Health Coordinator-Central Division, Amtrak, IL

9:30-10:20am

The Effects That Well Depth and Wellhead Protection Have on Bacterial Contamination of Private Water Wells in the Estes Park, Colorado Valley

Thomas Gonzales, REHS, MPH Candidate, Senior EH Specialist, Larimer County Dept. of Health and Environment, CO

10:30-11:20am

Occurrence and Significance of Volatile Organic Compounds in Drinking Water from Domestic Wells

Barbara L. Rowe, MS, Hydrologist, U.S. Geological Survey, SD

1:00-1:50pm

New Jersey's Private Water Well Testing Act: A Public Health Protection Program

John Shevlin, Staff Supervisor, New Jersey Dept. of Environmental Protection, NJ

2:00-2:50pm

What About That Air Gap?--Cross Connections and Backflow Protection in a Typical Food Service Kitchen

Claus Mygind, RS, Public Health Consultant, National Automatic Merchandising Association, IL

3:00-3:50pm

A Study of the Safety and Consumer Perception of Jamaica's Bottled/Packaged Water

Melonie Walcott, MPH, Behaviour Change and Communication Officer, University of the West Indies, Jamaica

Emerging Pathogens

Wednesday, June 20

1:00-1:50pm

Pandemic Planning: How to Implement a Pandemic Plan

George J. Miller, MA, Manager/Health Officer, Oakland County Health Division, MI

2:00-2:50pm

Salmonellosis Outbreaks Associated with Tomatoes, 2002 to the Present: What Have We Learned?

CAPT Thomas A. Hill, RS, CFSP, EH Officer, USPHS, FDA, MD

3:00-3:50pm

Strategies in the European Union to Control Salmonella in Poultry

Wolf Maier, Counselor, European Commission, Washington, DC

4:00-4:50pm

Norovirus Outbreaks on Cruise Ships--Steps Toward Prevention

Antonio Neri, MD, EIS Officer, CDC, GA

Thursday, June 21

8:30-9:20am

Produce Safety--What's Going on Here?

Shirley B. Bohm, RS, MPH, Consumer Safety Officer, FDA, MD

9:30-10:20am

Norovirus: A Community and Institutional Threat--Yellowstone County's 2006 Norovirus Outbreak

Jennifer L. Pinnow, REHS/RS, CFSP, Assistant EH Director, Yellowstone City-County Health Dept., MT

Ted Kylander, REHS/RS, EH Director, Yellowstone City-County Health Dept., MT

10:30-11:20am

Newly Emerging and Re-Emerging Pathogens of the 21st Century

Sally Griewahn, DrPH, MPH, RN, FNP, Primary Care Provider, B & W Clinic, TX

1:00-1:50pm

Hepatitis A Virus Infection: Public Health Concerns and Intervention

Paul Masaba, MD, MPH & TM, DTM & H, County Epidemiologist, Somerset County Dept. of Health, NJ

2:00-2:50pm

Effectiveness of Hypochlorous Acid to Decontaminate Norovirus and Avian Influenza Hong Kong A Strain on Environmental Surfaces

Mark Sampson, PhD, Director of Microbiology, PuriCore Inc, PA

3:00-3:50pm

Speaker and Topic TBA

Environmental Health Leadership Development

Tuesday, June 19

1:00-1:50pm

Graduate Education in Environmental Health

Jack Hatlen, MS, RS, DAAS, Associate Professor Emeritus, University of Washington, WA

Carolyn Harvey, PhD, CIH, CHMM, Associate Professor and MPH-EHS Graduate Coordinator, Eastern Kentucky University, KY

Alice L. Anderson, PhD, Assistant Professor and Graduate Program Director, East Carolina University, NC

2:45-4:35pm

Environmental Health Problem Solving--CDC Environmental Public Health Leadership Institute Fellow Projects

Moderator: CAPT John Sarisky, RS, MPH, Senior EH Officer, USPHS, CDC, GA

Presenting Fellows:

Niki Lemin, RS, MS, Program Manager, The Ohio State University, OH

Aaron B. Otis, RS, MPH, Disaster Coordinator, Northwest Ohio Public Health, OH

Dawn M. Prandi, REHS, Environmental Coordinator, Somerset County Dept. of Health, NJ

Tim Murphy, MS, PhD, Assistant Professor, The University of Findlay, OH

Jeff Neistadt, MS, RS, Project Director, NALBOH, OH

Jennifer L. Pinnow, REHS/RS, CFSP, Assistant EH Director, Yellowstone City-County Health Dept., MT

Palak Raval-Nelson, MPH, PhD, Environmental Programs Manager III, Philadelphia Dept. of Public Health, PA

Wednesday, June 20

8:30-9:20am

Developing a Passion for Environmental Health

Pete D. Thornton, RS, MPH, DAAS, Environmental Administrator, Volusia County Health Dept., FL

9:30-11:20am

Innovative Workforce Development Practices: Case Studies

Ken Sharp, Executive Officer, Iowa Dept. of Health, IA

Alicia Enriquez, REHS, Environmental Program Manager, Sacramento County Environmental Management Dept., CA

Lila Wickham, RN, MS, EH Director, Multnomah County Health Dept., OR

Jon Kawaguchi, REHS, EH Director, Multnomah County Health Dept., OR

Steve Van Stockum, Deputy Director, County of Riverside, CA

1:00-2:50pm

Panel: National Environmental Public Health Performance Standards: The Next Step in Enhancing Services

Moderator: Sarah B. Kotchian, EdM, MPH, PhD, Associate Director for Planning, University of New Mexico Institute of Public Health, NM

Panelists:

CAPT Patrick O. Bohan, MS, MSEH, RS, USPHS (Ret.), Assistant Professor, East Central University, OK

Sharunda Buchanan, PhD, Director of the Division of Emergency and Environmental Health Services, CDC, GA

Michelle Chuk, MPH, Senior Advisor, NACCHO, Washington, DC

Tom Dickey, REHS, Project Coordinator, NEHA, ND

Pete D. Thornton, RS, MPH, DAAS, Environmental Administrator, Volusia County Health Dept, FL

3:00-3:50pm

The Use of the National Environmental Public Health Performance Standards as an Evaluation Tool to Determine Change in Capacity

Gerald M. Barron, Associate Professor, University of Pittsburgh, PA

4:00-4:50pm

Advancing Environmental Health Practice Through Evaluation Training

Carl Osaki, RS, MSPH, Clinical Associate Professor, University of Washington, WA

Environmental Health Research

Monday, June 18

1:00-1:50pm

Results from Effluent and Environmental Monitoring at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant

Candice C. Jierree, RHSP, CHMM, STS, Senior Technical Consultant, Washington TRU Solutions LLC, NM

2:00-2:50pm

Data Rich/Data Poor: What We Have Learned (and Don't Yet Know) About Consumers and Safe Food Handling

Shelley Feist, Executive Director, Partnership for Food Safety Education, Washington, DC

Sheryl C. Cates, Research Policy Analyst, RTI International, NC

CDR Janice Adams King, RN, MS, Public Health/Affairs Specialist, USPHS, USDA, MD

3:00-3:50pm

The Education and Training of Environmental Health Practitioners in the United Kingdom: "Vision 2012" and the "Internationalism" of Environmental Health

Peter N. Wright, UK Chartered EH Practitioner, Consultant, United Kingdom

4:00-4:50pm

An Environmental Health Fulbright Teaching and Living Experience in Ukraine

Darryl B. Barnett, MPH, DrPH, RS, DAAS, Department of EH Science Chair, Eastern Kentucky University, KY

Environmental Health Tracking

Monday, June 18

1:00-1:50pm

Environmental Public Health Tracking 101

Becky Dawson, MPH, Director, ASTHO, Washington, DC

2:00-2:50pm

Survey Results and Training Options for Environmental Public Health Professionals in Environmental Public Health Tracking

Karen Roof, Consultant, Kroof EnviroHealth Consulting, CO

Anne Savage Venner, EPHT Contractor, CDC, GA

3:00-3:50pm

Disease Mapping in Florida: Using the Rapid Inquiry Facility to Evaluate Birth Defects Around NPL Sites

Greg Kearney, RS, MPH, DrPH, Environmental Epidemiologist, Florida Dept. of Health, FL

4:00-4:50pm

Healthy Brookline--Volume X Environmental Health Indicators

Patrick Maloney, MPAH, RS, CHO, Assistant Director of Public Health, Chief of EH, Brookline Public Health Dept., MA

Food Safety and Protection, See Page 19

General Environmental Health

Monday, June 18

1:00-1:50pm

Managing for Results--Developing a Workable Outcome Strategy Fully Supported by an Industry-Accepted Cost/Fee Recovery System

David F. Ludwig, MPH, RS, Manager, Maricopa County Environmental Services, AZ

2:00-2:50pm

Improving Environmental Health Services with Internet-Based Tools

Maria Mayes, Director of Marketing, Decade Software Company, LLC, CA

3:00-3:50pm

Dealing with Difficult People: How to Survive the CAVE (Citizens Against Virtually Everything)!

LuAnn Watson, County Sanitarian/NPS Director, Morton County LEP/NPS, KS

4:00-4:50pm

Negotiation Skills for Environmental Public Health Professionals

Brian Collins, MS, REHS, DAAS, Director of Health, City of Plano, TX

Thursday, June 21

8:30-9:20am

A Brief History of the Rise of the Sanitarian Profession: Influences of War, Politics, and Industrialization

Robert W. Powitz, PhD, MPH, RS, CFSP, DLAAS, Forensic Sanitarian, R.W. Powitz & Associates, PC, CT

9:30-10:20am

Environment and Health--Making the Connection

Joel Coyne, REHS, Registered EH Specialist, Bernards Township Health Dept., NJ

10:30-11:20am

The Seven Most Important Things I've Learned in Environmental Health

Bob Custard, REHS, EH Manager, Alexandria Health Dept., VA

1:00-1:50pm

Environmental Health in the "Broadest" Sense: Obesity and the Built Environment

Shari McMahan, PhD, Professor and Chair, California State University Fullerton, CA

2:00-2:50pm

Innovative Land Use Planning and Design for Health and Climate Change

Karen Roof, Consultant, Kroof EnviroHealth Consulting, CO

Ngozi T. Oleru, PhD, MS, EH Director, Seattle/King County Health Dept., WA

3:00-3:50pm

Safe Body Piercing: Choosing the Safe Piercer

Gina M. Vallone-Hood, Environmental Manager, Florida Dept. of Health, FL

Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

Tuesday, June 19

1:00-1:50pm

GIS Applications in Environmental Health--Protecting Public Health Through Healthy Environments

Donald Irwin, Public Health Sanitarian III, Nassau County Dept. of Health, NY

Paul Young, Public Health Sanitarian II, Nassau County Dept. of Health, NY

2:45-3:35pm

High Risk Community Mapping for Public Health Action: A Methodology Using GIS Community-Based Maps and Community Risk Rank Tables

Nicole A. Wynter, MPhl, Regional EH Officer, North East Regional Health Authority, Jamaica

3:45-4:35pm

Spatial Analysis of Cancer-Pesticide Linkage in the Eastern Shore of Maryland

Isoken T. Aighewi, PhD, MPH, Assistant Professor, University of Maryland Eastern Shore, MD

CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS

Earn up to 24 hours of NEHA continuing education (CE) contact hours by attending the educational sessions at the NEHA AEC & Exhibition (visiting the exhibition alone qualifies you for up to two CE contact hours)! This is enough to meet your full two-year NEHA professional credential requirement. CE forms will be available in the Registration area. CE units have also been requested for correlating portions of the conference from the: American Board of Industrial Hygiene (ABIH); American Dietetic Association (ADA); American Indoor Air Quality Council (AmIAQC); and National Environmental, Safety & Health Training Association (NESHTA).

Hazardous Materials and Toxic Substances

Wednesday, June 20

1:00-1:50pm

Health Consequences of Clandestine Methamphetamine Labs: Coming to a Town Near You?

Erik R. Janus, MS, Senior Analyst, John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, MD

2:00-2:50pm

Haz-Matters--A County-Wide Multi-Agency Perspective to Hazardous Materials Response

Christopher P. Merkel, REHS, EH Specialist, Camden County Health Dept., NJ

Vince Barber, Senior EH Specialist, Camden County Health Dept., NJ

3:00-3:50pm

Trends and Consideration for Multi-Lingual Hazmat Compliance

Prabhu Natarajan, Director of Strategic Alliances and Product Marketing, 3E Company, CA

4:00-4:50pm

Ten Years of Brownfields: How Involved Have Local Health Departments Been?

LCDR Gary Perlman, MPH, RS, EH Officer, USPHS, ATSDR, MA

Laurel A. Berman, MS, PhD, Oak Ridge Research Fellow, ATSDR Region 5, IL

Deborah Orr, Brownfields Coordinator, EPA Region 5, IL

Thursday, June 21

8:30-9:20am

The Resurgence of Nuclear Power from a Local Environmental Health Perspective: Chernobyl Twenty Years Later

Daniel D. Sprau, DrPH, Associate Professor, East Carolina University, NC

9:30-10:20am

When the Siren Sounds: Review of the Blue Grass Army Depot Demilitarization of Chemical Weapons and Community Preparation for a Chemical Stockpile Emergency

Steve Konkel, PhD, AICP, FRIPH, Associate Professor, Eastern Kentucky University, KY

Bryan G. Makinen, MPH, Director of the Instant Care Center and Occupational Medicine Center, Pattie A. Clay Regional Medical Center, KY

10:30-11:20am

The New CDC Director's Emergency Operation Center: Involvement with Large and Small Public Health Hazards

CAPT Ralph O'Connor, Operations Chief, USPHS, CDC, GA

1:00-1:50pm

Biological Monitoring of Chemical Exposure: Practical Applications

Crispin H. Pierce, PhD, Assistant Professor, University of Wisconsin-Eau Clair, WI

2:00-2:50pm

New York to Florida: Safe Movement and Treatment of Anthrax Waste

Edith Coulter, MPH, Environmental Administrator, Florida Dept. of Health, FL

3:00-3:50pm

Pilot Biomonitoring Study in New Hampshire to Explore Arsenic Levels in Participant's Urine and Private Bedrock Well Water: Preliminary Findings

John Dreisig, MPH, Toxicologist, New Hampshire Public Health Laboratories, NH

Indoor Air Quality

Wednesday, June 20

8:30-9:20am

New EPA Flood Cleanup Materials and Key Messages on Flood Cleanup for Low Literacy Audiences

Laura Kolb, MPH, EH Scientist, EPA, Washington, DC

9:30-10:20am

Personal Sampling of Bioaerosols in Teachers

Nancy Simcox, MS, Research Industrial Hygienist, University of Connecticut Health Center, CT

Paula Schenck, MPH, Assistant Director, University of Connecticut Health Center, CT

Laura Kolb, MPH, EH Scientist, EPA, Washington, DC

10:30-11:20am

Indoor Air Quality Improvements Utilizing Environmentally-Friendly Building Materials

James M. Speckhart, MS, Industrial Hygienist, The EI Group, Inc., NC

1:00-1:50pm

Does Swimming in Indoor Pools Cause Asthma? A Critical Review of the State of the Science and Recommendations for a Path Forward

Michael Goodman, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor, Emory University Rollins School of Public Health, GA

2:00-2:50pm

School Environments and Health: Using EPA's Indoor Air Quality Tools for Schools Program to Face Indoor Air Quality Challenges in an Urban District

Paula Schenck, MPH, Assistant Director, University of Connecticut Health Center, CT

3:00-3:50pm

A Health Department's Perspective on Handling Mold Investigations and Indoor Air Quality

Nancy A. Wilson, Senior EH Specialist, Camden County Division of Health, NJ

Robert Lentine, Assistant Chief Sanitary Inspector, Camden County Division of Health, NJ

4:00-4:50pm

Heterogeneous Reactions of d-Limonene and Ozone on Activated Carbon in Indoor Air Quality Applications

Tricia A. Metts, PhD, REHS, Assistant Professor, East Tennessee State University, TN

Thursday, June 21

8:30-9:20am

Public Awareness of Indoor Air Quality Problems in Residential Buildings

Raeyd M. Aldakheel, PhD, Assistant Professor, King Saud University, Saudi Arabia

9:30-10:20am

Radon Community Health Assessment

Wade T. Sparkman, Director of EH, Nassau County Health Dept., FL

10:30-11:20am

Carbon Monoxide: Silent, Invisible, and Deadly

LCDR Allison Stock, PhD, MPH, CO Activity Lead and Toxicologist, USPHS, CDC, GA

1:00-1:50pm

Variability of Radon Measurements in Schools

Chrystine Kelley, Environmental Protection Specialist, Colorado Dept, of Public Health and Environment, CO

Douglas L. Kladder, Director, Center for Environmental Research and Technology, CO

2:00-2:50pm

Impact of Human Traffic on Spatial Distribution Patterns of Indoor Particulate Matter

John J. Bang, MD, PhD, Research Scientist, North Carolina Central University, NC

3:00-3:50pm

Risk Associated with Microbial Contamination in Health Care Facilities: A Mixed Model for Fungal and Bacterial Contamination

Michael D. Larranaga, PhD, PE, CIH, CSP, Assistant Professor, University of North Texas Health Science Center, TX

Injury Prevention/Occupational Health

Monday, June 18

1:00-1:50pm

Depart Smart: Safer, Healthier International Deployments and Responses

Lewis C. Chosewood, MD, Director, CDC, GA

2:00-2:50pm

Development of an Occupational Health Program for an Afghan Workforce on a U.S. Installation

CAPT Patricia Rohrbeck, Preventive Medicine Officer, U.S. Air Force, AE

3:00-3:50pm

Speaker and Topic TBA

4:00-4:50pm

The Public Health Approach and the Indian Health Service Injury Prevention Program

CDR Donald B. Williams, REHS, MPH, DAAS, Injury Prevention Specialist, USPHS, IHS, AZ

Tuesday, June 19

1:00-1:50pm

Environmental Health and Mitigating Workplace Hazards for Adolescents in a Rural Setting

Adenike Bitto, MD, MPH, DrPH, CHES, FRIPH, Epidemiologist and Associate Professor of Health, East Stroudsburg University, PA

2:45-3:35pm

Stakeholder Input for Developing Safety Training for a Unique Agricultural Work Population--Commercial Shrimp Fishermen

Jeffrey L. Levin, MD, MSPH, Professor and Chair, University of Texas Health Center at Tyler, TX

3:45-4:35pm

Fighting Wild Land Fires Under the Incident Command System: How and Why It Works

J. Shannon Swann, PhD, RS, Health Officer, Lake Mead National Recreational Area, NV

Institutions and Schools Environmental Health

Tuesday, June 19

1:00-1:50pm

Emergency Management: Needs and Training for Centralized School Foodservice Operations

Theresa Stretch, MS, RD, CFSP, Food and Nutrition Specialist, National Food Service Management Institute, MS

2:45-3:35pm

Food-Safe Schools Action Guide Toolkit: It Takes a Team

Solange Morrissette, National Coalition of Food-Safe Schools Facilitator, Food Service Director, National Coalition of Food-Safe Schools, RI Elizabeth Bugden, MS, School Food Safety Specialist, Kids First, Inc./Rhode Island Dept. of Education, RI

Vanessa De Arman, Food Safety Project Specialist, NEHA, CO

3:45-4:35pm

Environmental Health and Safety Risks Associated with Off-Campus Student-Tenant Housing at Brigham Young University

Erin Johnson, MPH Candidate, Research Assistant, Brigham Young University, UT

Wednesday, June 20

8:30-9:20am

Safety of School-Vended Foods

Taraleen N. Malcolm, MPH, Regional Food Safety Coordinator, North East Regional Health Authority, Jamaica

9:30-10:20am

Problem-Based Instruction in Environmental Health: Doing It and Doing It Right

Tunde M. Akinmoladun, PhD, DAAS, FRSH, Associate Professor, Chicago State University, IL.

10:30-11:20am

Keeping Our Students Safe--A County Health Department Perspective on Providing Chemical Management Assistance to Local School Districts

Christopher P. Merkel, REHS, EH Specialist, Camden County Dept, of Health, NJ

Ray Franklin, REHS, EH Specialist, Camden County Dept. of Health, NJ

1:00-1:50pm

Food Safety Requirements in USDA Child Nutrition Programs

Marion L. Hinners, MS, Food Safety Specialist, USDA, VA

2:00-2:50pm

The Effect of Food Safety Training on Food Safety Behaviors and Microbial Findings in Texas Childcare Centers

Deanna M. Staskel, RD, LD, Doctoral Graduate Student, The University of Texas at Austin, TX

Margaret E. Briley, PhD, RD, LD, Professor of Nutrition, The University of Texas at Austin, TX

3:00-3:50pm

Moving Eastern Kentucky University Toward Becoming a "Green University": Strategic Planning as the Catalyst for Institutional Innovation

Steve Konkel, PhD, AICP, FRIPH, Associate Professor, Eastern Kentucky University, KY

Derek R. Adams, Masters Degree Candidate, Kentucky Division of Water, Environmental, and Public Protection Cabinet, KY

4:00-4:50pm

How the 2005 Food Code Addresses the Protection of Highly Susceptible Populations from Foodborne Illness

Glenda R. Lewis, MSPH, Retail Food Protection Team Leader, FDA, MD

Solid Waste

Monday, June 18

1:00-1:50pm

The ATSDR Brownfields/Land Reuse Public Health Screening Tool

Laurel A. Berman, MS, PhD, Oak Ridge Research Fellow, ATSDR Region 5, IL

LCDR Gary Perlman, MPH, RS, EMT-B, EH Officer, USPHS, ATSDR, MA

LT Tarah S. Somers, RN, MSN/MPH, ATSDR Liaison to EPA, USPHS, ATSDR, Washington, DC

2:00-2:50pm

ATSDR Brownfields Project: Incorporating Public Health in Brownfields Revitalization

Laurel A. Berman, MS, PhD, Oak Ridge Research Fellow, ATSDR Region 5, IL

LCDR Gary Perlman, MPH, RS, EMT-B, EH Officer, USPHS, ATSDR, MA

LT Tarah S. Somers, RN, MSN/MPH, ATSDR Liaison to EPA, USPHS, ATSDR, Washington, DC

3:00-3:50pm

EPA's Brownfields Program

Ann Carroll, MPH, Senior Policy Analyst and Public Health Lead, EPA, Washington, DC

4:00-4:50pm

Land Revitalization

Edward H. Chu, Director, EPA, Washington, DC

Susan A. Janowiak, Director, EPA Region 3, PA

Onsite Wastewater Systems, See Page 20

Swimming Pools/Recreational Waters

Section education jointly sponsored by NEHA and the Association of Pool and Spa Professionals' (APSP) Recreational Water Quality Committee

Wednesday, June 20

APSP Sessions

8:30-9:20am

Recreational Water Illness Training and Prevention

Louis "Sam" Fruia, MEd, CPO, AFO, CPI, Aquatic Administrator, Margaret M. Clark Aquatic Center, TX

9:30-10:20am

Water Chemistry 101

Tom Seechuk, Market Manager, LaMotte Company, MD

10:30-11:20am

Salt Water Generators

Marty Fisher, National Sales Manager, Balboa Direct, CA

NEHA Sessions

1:00-1:50pm

What Really Happens at Aquatic Facilities Between Inspections?

CAPT Charles S. Otto, III, MPA, RS, CFSP, Team Leader/Senior EH Officer, USPHS, CDC, GA

2:00-2:50pm

Requirements for Recreational Water Disinfection Equipment

David R. Purkiss, General Manager, NSF International, MI

3:00-3:50pm

National Model Aquatic Health Code and Risk Reduction Plan

Douglas C. Sackett, Director, CDC's National Model Aquatic Health Code and Risk Reduction Plan Project; Assistant Bureau Director, New York State Department of Health, NY

4:00-4:50pm

Current Technology and a Distributed Beach Monitoring Program

Jon A. Dinneen, MEd, Associate Research Analyst, State of Connecticut Dept. of Public Health, CT

Terrorism and All-Hazards Preparedness, See Page 18

Uniformed Services

NEHA's Uniformed Services Environmental Health Affiliate will be providing educational sessions that are open to all registrants at no additional cost. The sessions will give attendees a unique opportunity to view environmental health issues from a uniformed services perspective.

Wednesday, June 20

8:30-9:20am

H5N1 Avian Influenza Testing in Subsistence Harvested Birds

LTJG Brian Lefferts, REHS, Field EH Officer, Yukon-Kuskokwim Health Corporation, AK

9:30-10:20am

Combat Environmental Health: Civil-Military Humanitarian Operations During Operation Iraqi Freedom

CAPT Ann Peden, REHS, U.S. Navy Reserve (Ret.), Registered EH Specialist, Santa Clara County Dept. of EH, CA

10:30-11:20am

The Psychosocial Aspects of Disaster Within the Pandemic Influenza Context

CDR Merritt M. Lake, MS, Primary Liaison to the Pandemic Influenza Workgroup, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Washington, DC

1:00-1:50am

Water System Vulnerability Assessment Considerations in the U.S. Army Europe Area of Responsibility

1LT Sean P. Beeman, Environmental Science Officer, U.S. Army Center for Health Promotion and Preventive Medicine Europe, AE

2:00-2:50pm

Military Drinking Water Quality Standards: Historical Perspective, Relevance Today, and Application to Future Research and Development

MAJ Thomas C. Timmes, PE, PhD Candidate, Environmental Engineer, U.S. Army, PA

3:00-3:50pm

Environmental and Occupational Health Education Opportunities Available at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences

MAJ Timothy A. Kluchinsky, Jr., DrPH, MSPH, RS/REHS, RES, Assistant Professor, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, MD

4:00-4:50pm

Evaluation of Safety and Environmental Health Programs: A Proposed Model for the U.S. Coast Guard

LT Michael M. Quinn, REHS, CFSP, Safety & EH Officer, U.S. Coast Guard, VA

Vector Control and Zoonotic Diseases

Tuesday, June 19

1:00-1:50pm

Cold Blooded Animals: Pathogens Versus Pets

Gary R. Hague, REHS, CFSP, MSEH, Environmental Specialist, Broomfield Health and Human Services, CO

2:45-3:35pm

Safely Working with Plasmodium falciparum Infected Mosquitoes

Joshua D. Russell, EHSMS, EH & S Specialist, Sanaria Inc., MD

Stephen L. Hoffman, MD, Chief Executive and Scientific Officer, Sanaria Inc., MD

3:45-4:35pm

Knowledge, Attitudes, Perceptions, and Practices of Residents of Port Maria with Respect to Leptospirosis

Albert P. Brown, MPH, Deputy Chief Public Health Inspector, North East Regional Health Authority, Jamaica

Wednesday, June 20

8:30-9:20am

Bed Bugs: Are You Ready for the Challenge?--What You Need to Know

Richard A. Cooper, MS, Technical Director, Cooper Pest Solutions, NJ

9:30-10:20am

Rabies: Human and Animal Interaction and the Oral Rabies Vaccine

Jane E. Huffman, MS, PhD, Professor, East Stroudsburg University, PA

10:30-11:20am

Mosquito Control Activities After Heavy Rainfall and Flooding

William J. Wolff, MPH, MPA, Environmental Quality Coordinator, EI Paso City-County Health & Environmental District, TX [Invited]

Water Pollution

Wednesday, June 20

8:30-9:20am

Speaker and Topic TBA

9:30-10:20am

Toxic Algae: A Case Study From a Small Rural County in Washington State

Mike McNickle, MPA, RS, Deputy Director, Jefferson County Public Health, WA

10:30-11:20am

Swimming-Associated Illness and Rapid Measures of Water Quality at a Gulf Beach

Timothy J. Wade, PhD, MPH, EPA, NC

Poster Session

Tuesday morning, June 19

Visit www.neha.org in mid-April for the list of poster presenters.

The Beach

... sail, catch some rays, enjoy the view ...

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Vibrant Indoors and Out--That's Atlantic City!

Famous 4 1/2-mile Boardwalk * Glittering hotels * Gorgeous beach * Fun attractions & arcades Gucci, Tiffany's, Burberry, and 63 more shops at the exciting new Pier Shops at Caesars Cultural attractions * Fabulous entertainers * Steel Pier Amusements * Outdoor adventures Boardwalk souvenir shops and food outlets * And all those gaming tables and slot machines!

Visit www.atlanticcitynj.com for Atlantic City visitor information.

Nature

... shoot a round, take a hike, soak in the elements ...

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Atlantic City photos courtesy of Atlantic City Convention and Visitors Authority

Travel Information

Flying to the Conference

Atlantic City International Airport -- Delta Airlines, Spirit Airlines, and U.S. Airways all fly into Atlantic City International Airport, which is about 20 minutes from the conference hotel.

Philadelphia International Airport -- Most national airlines fly into Philadelphia International Airport, which is just 60 miles from Atlantic City. You may then reach Atlantic City by taking one of the Atlantic City van shuttle services; renting a car and driving to Atlantic City; or by taking the train right from the airport to the 30th Street Station, and then taking the frequent and inexpensive Atlantic City Line directly to the convention center where free shuttles will take you to the nearby hotel.

Three New York City Area Airports -- JFK, LaGuardia, and Newark airports are about 120 miles away. They may be an appealing alternative if you would like to visit the New York City area in conjunction with your trip to the conference. The national airlines fly into at least one of these airports, providing a wide array of schedule options.

The Boardwalk

..., stroll down memory lane, hop on the carousel, listen to the sounds of the surf ...

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Driving to the Conference

Three major highways provide quick access to Atlantic City from every direction for the one-third of the nation's population who live within a day's drive of the city.

Distance from:
New York 125 miles
Philadelphia 60 miles
Washington DC 195 miles


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Detailed travel information and directions are available at www.neha.org/AEC/2007

The Hotel

Why are you going to love the Tropicana Atlantic City Casino and Resort?

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* It's right on the famous Atlantic City Boardwalk, right on the beach.

* You'll never need to leave the hotel--it's Atlantic City's, and New Jersey's, largest hotel.

* You can enjoy

** 20 restaurants

** 30 shops

** many entertainment venues

all at the Tropicana's fabulous new three-level Quarter, built to recall the golden days of Old Havana where the Tropicana was THE luxury resort.

* Many, many more restaurants, shops, shows, casinos, and attractions are within blocks of the Tropicana, many just a pleasant walk or historic rolling chair ride down the Boardwalk along the beach.

And, of course, there's the casino!

RESERVE YOUR ROOM TODAY

By phone: 1-800-247-8767, code HNEHA

Online: www.neha.org/AEC/2007/hotel

Conference rates: $119 North, South, & West Towers; $154 Havana Tower

Gaming

... double down, go all in, spin the reels, hit a hot streak ...

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TERRORISM AND ALL-HAZARDS PREPAREDNESS

Monday, June 18

1:00-1:50pm

Integrating Traditional Emergency Response Methods into the Local Health Department's Preparedness Procedures

Kevin G. Sumner, MPH, Health Officer/Director, Middle-Brook Regional Health Commission, NJ

2:00-2:50pm

Disaster Strikes--Environmental Health Responds: "Stories from the Field"

Brian R. Golob, MS, REHS, CHMM, Senior Environmentalist, Hennepin County Human Services and Public Health Dept., MN

Cheryl Armstrong, Program Analyst, Saint Paul-Ramsey County Dept. of Public Health, MN

3:00-4:50pm

Hitting the Targets: What the DHS Target Capabilities Mean for Environmental Health

Mitch Stripling, Preparedness Education Coordinator, Florida Dept. of Health, FL

Heather Lake, EH Preparedness Manager, Florida Dept. of Health, FL

Melanie Black, EH Planner, Florida Dept. of Health, FL

Jennifer Williams, Hazard and Vulnerability Assessment Analyst, Florida Dept. of Health, FL

Tuesday, June 19

1:00-1:50pm

Integration of Amateur Radio Operators into the Evolving Public Health/Public Safety Network: Moving Towards a Working Relationship with "Ham" Radio

Christopher A. Williams, MPA, Emergency Preparedness Program Coordinator, Community Health Care Association of New York State, NY

2:45-4:35pm

Breaking Through the Clutter: Effectiveness and Innovation in Communicating Environmental Health

Jana L. Telfer, MA, Associate Director for Communication Science, CDC, GA

Highlighted Speaker Kevin G. Sumner

Kevin G. Sumner, MPH, is the Health Officer and Director of the Middle-Brook Regional Health Commission, a local public health agency that provides public and environmental health services to six municipalities in central New Jersey. He has worked there for the past 22 years. Mr. Sumner has been actively involved in emergency response and emergency medicine, which has led to the development of relationships with traditional emergency response agencies and has enhanced the ability of his health department to respond to, and participate in, emergency events. He will share with attendees these experiences and provide tools and strategies to improve health department emergency response.

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Highlighted Speaker Jana L. Telfer

Jana L. Telfer, MA, is the Associate Director for Communication Science at CDC's National Center for Environmental Health/Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry. Ms. Telfer presented at last year's AEC & Exhibition, speaking about communications after catastrophe. This year, she will be talking about effective and innovative ways to communicate environmental health messages. The presentation will cover topics such as electronic media (Web design and usability, technological innovations) and health communication (message development, risk communication).

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After attending these sessions, you will be able to:

*** Explore creative, thoughtful, and FLEXIBLE ways of addressing staffing, workforce development, material resource shortages, and time management issues which may arise during preparedness planning and response.

*** Identify some of the key planning, response, and recovery aspects of a variety of emergency situations.

*** Explore ways to improve the planning, response, and recovery aspects of an all-hazards event.

*** Examine recent food defense related projects and proposals and identify what is being done to address, educate, and promote food defense awareness.

*** Address the critical issue of communications--from equipment, message development, and media/public relations perspectives, and what role the environmental health professional plays.

Wednesday, June 20

8:30-9:20am

Environmental Health and Hazmat: Delineating the Roles

Stephen R. Tackitt, RS, MPH, DAAS, Health Officer, Barry-Eaton District Health Dept., MI

Chris Weber, PhD, NREMT-B, Deputy Director, Washtenaw County Hazmat Team, MI

9:30-10:20am

Forming an All-Hazard Environmental Health Strike Team

Roger A. Wesley, MS, RS/REHS, EH Supervisor, Burke County EH, NC

Kenneth Anthony, Director, Burke County Emergency Management, NC

10:30-11:20am

Cary, North Carolina: Public Water Supply at Risk--Water, Water Everywhere and Not a Drop to Drink!

Andre C. Pierce, MPA, RS, Director, Wake County EH and Safety Division, NC

1:00-1:10pm

Introduction to Food Defense

Jason Bashura, MPH, RS, Public Health Emergency Response Coordinator and NEHA Terrorism and All-Hazards Preparedness Technical Section Co-Chair, Naugatuck Valley Health District, CT

1:10-1:50pm

Protecting the Food Supply: Raising Awareness on Food Defense

Marion V. Allen, Food Defense Outreach Coordinator, FDA, MD

2:00-2:50pm

Agroterrorism: Awareness, Preparedness, and Building a Local Multidisciplinary Response and Recovery Capacity

Gary Erbeck, MPH, REHS, Director, County of San Diego, CA

Jerry R. Gillespie, DVM, PhD, Director, University of California, Davis, CA

3:00-3:50pm

Food Defense--Protecting Vulnerable Populations in Nutrition Assistance Programs Is Everyone's Business

Marion L. Hinners, MS, Food Safety Specialist, USDA, VA

4:00-4:50pm

Achieving All-Hazards Preparedness and Response: Review of Joint NEHA and Michigan State University Department of Homeland Security Survey Results

Omar Keith Helferich, MS, PhD, Professor, Michigan State and Central Michigan University, MI

John E. Griggs, PhD, Managing Partner, Griggs and Associates, LLC, MI

Thursday, June 21

8:30-9:20am

Public Health Leadership Initiative for Emergency Response (PHLIER): A Case-Based Leadership Training Program

Rebecca E. Baron, REHS, Program Assistant, New Jersey Center for Public Health Preparedness, NJ

Drew Harris, DPM, MPH, Assistant Director, New Jersey Center for Public Health Preparedness, NJ

Concetta C. Polonsky, CHES, Program Development Specialist, New Jersey Center for Public Health Preparedness, NJ

9:30-10:20am

Defining the Roles and Functions for Environmental Health Specialists in Northwest Ohio During Emergencies

Niki Lemin, RS, MS, Program Manager, The Ohio State University, OH

Aaron B. Otis, RS, MPH, Disaster Coordinator, Northwest Ohio Public Health, OH

10:30-11:20am

Developing a Preparedness Curriculum for Our Region

Adenike Bitto, MD, MPH, DrPH, CHES, FRIPH, Epidemiologist and Associate Professor of Health, East Stroudsburg University, PA

Michelle S. Davis, PhD, Public Health Consultant, PA

1:00-2:50pm

Environmental Public Health Emergency Response--"What's in Your Bag?"

Cory Frank, Community Health Consultant and EHRT Coordinator, Iowa Dept. of Public Health, IA

Mitch Stripling, Preparedness Education Coordinator, Florida Dept. of Health, FL

CAPT Mark D. Miller, RS, MPH, Senior EH Officer, USPHS, CDC, GA

Stephanie D. Carey, Health Officer, Montgomery Township Health Dept., NJ

3:00-3:50pm

Preparing for TAP with a Tapped-Out Budget: How to Continue Preparedness When Funding Has Been Cut

Michele Samarya-Timm, MA, CHES, REHS, DAAS, Health Officer, Health Educator, Franklin Township Health Dept., NJ

FOOD SAFETY AND PROTECTION

Monday, June 18

1:00-1:50pm

Food Safety Education and Outreach: Communication Strategies for Reaching At-Risk Populations

CDR Janice Adams-King, RN, MS, Public Health/Affairs Specialist, USPHS, USDA, MD

Katherine M. Kosa, MS, Research Analyst, RTI International, NC

2:00-2:50pm

Speaker and Topic TBA

3:00-3:50pm

Specialty Foods--Raw! Raw! Raw!: Identifying and Understanding Raw or Undercooked Ethnic Foods

Janet Anderberg, RS, Public Health Advisor, Washington State Dept. of Health, WA

4:00-4:50pm

ISO 22000: A New, Unique International Standard Intended to Attain Greater Management of Food Safety Practice

Gary E. Coleman, REHS, MS, MEH, CFSP, DAAS, Global Manager-Food Safety, Underwriters Laboratories Inc, NC

Tuesday, June 19

1:00-1:50pm

Process-Based Auditing: Creating a Culture of Food Safety in Retail Supermarkets

Mary J. Weaver, Technical Manager, NSF International, MI

Lori Hodge, Senior Manager, Winn Dixie, FL

2:45-4:35pm

Panel: Handwashing on Trial

Moderator: Jim Mann, Executive Director, Handwashing for Life Institute, IL

Invited Panelists:

Gary Ades, PhD, President, G & L Consulting Group, LLC, AR

Lee Budd, President, PrepCheck Food Safety Services, NJ

Dion Lerman, CFSP, Education & Training Consultant, The Handwashing Leadership Forum and EH Program Specialist, Penn State Cooperative Extension, IL

William D. Marler, JD, Attorney/Managing Partner, Marler Clark, LLP, PS, WA

Denis Stearns, JD, Attorney, Marler Clark, LLP, PS, WA

Wednesday, June 20

8:30-9:20am

Nanotechnology, Food Safety, and the Food Industry

Lisa Mauer, PhD, Associate Professor, Purdue University, IN

9:30-11:20am

Panel: Popeye Was Right--But Spinach Is Better Without E. coli O157:H7

Moderator: Vince Radke, MPH, REHS, CFSP, Sanitarian, CDC, GA

Panelists:

CDR Richard Gelting, PE, PhD, Environmental Engineer, USPHS, CDC, GA

David E. Gombas, PhD, Vice President of Scientific and Technical Affairs, United Fresh Produce Association, Washington, DC

Craig Hedberg, PhD, Associate Professor, University of Minnesota, MN

CAPT Thomas A. Hill, RS, CFSP, EH Officer, USPHS, FDA, MD

William E. Keene, PhD, MPH, Senior Epidemiologist, Oregon Public Health Services, OR

Donald J. Sharp, MD, DTM & H, Acting Director of the Food Safety Office, CDC, GA

1:00-1:50pm

Preparing for Food Safety Emergencies Through the International Food Safety Authorities Network (INFOSAN) and the Five Keys to Safer Food Program

Margaret Miller, PhD, RN, Scientist, World Health Organization, Switzerland

2:00-2:50pm

CIFOR: The Council to Improve Foodborne Outbreak Response

Donald J. Sharp, MD, DTM & H, Acting Director of the Food Safety Office, CDC, GA

Larry Marcum, JD, Manager, NEHA, CO

3:00-3:50pm

Neurotoxic Shellfish Poisoning from Recreationally-Harvested Clams in Florida, 2006

Roberta M. Hammond, PhD, RS, Food and Waterborne Disease Coordinator, Florida Dept. of Health, FL

4:00-4:50pm

Evaluation of ATP Bioluminescence Testing for the Rapid Assessment of Equipment and Utensil Cleanliness in Restaurants

Paul B. Allwood, PhD, MPH, RS, Epidemiologist Principal, Minnesota Dept. of Health, MN

Thursday, June 21

8:30-9:20am

Transferring the Knowledge--Food Safety Employee Training Programs

LeAnn Chuboff, Director of Science and Regulatory Relations, National Restaurant Association Educational Foundation, IL

9:30-10:20am

Sacramento County Environmental Management Department's Comprehensive Food Safety Program Enhancements--Targeted Improvements for Food Safety and Disclosure Methods at Retail Food Facilities

Alicia Enriquez, REHS, Environmental Program Manager, Sacramento County Environmental Management Dept., CA

10:30-11:20am

Beyond Enforcement: Techniques for Compliance Control in Food Safety

Steven J. Lipton, MEd, LEHP, CFSP, President, Biotest Services Inc., IL

1:00-1:50pm

Fundamentals of Water Activity and Their Usefulness in Conducting Food Service Inspections and Audits

Robert W. Powitz, PhD, MPH, RS, CFSP, DLAAS, Forensic Sanitarian, R.W. Powitz & Associates, PC, CT

2:00-2:50pm

Illness, Investigation, and Information--A Case Study of Foodborne Illness Response

Barbara Kowalcyk, MA, Co-Founder, Center for Foodborne Illness Research and Prevention, PA

Patti Waller, MS, Epidemiologist, Marler Clark, LLC, PS, WA

3:00-3:50pm

Enhancing Food Program Capacity with Meaningful Measurements: The 2006 Samuel J. Crumbine Consumer Protection Award Winner

Lila Wickham, RN, MS, EH Director, Multnomah County Health Dept., OR

Jon Kawaguchi, REHS, EH Director, Multnomah County Health Dept., OR

James Mack, MPA, RS, Foodborne Disease Outbreak Investigator/Oregon EHS-Net Site Coordinator, Oregon State Health Division, OR

Highlighted Panel--E. coli Spinach Outbreak

An expert panel of regulatory, industry, and other partners will provide insight on the detection and response to the 2006 E. coli 0157:H7 foodborne disease outbreak associated with spinach. This will be followed by a discussion on how to possibly improve future detection and response, and how this can shape prevention activities. Attendees will have an opportunity to participate in a closing question and answer period.

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Highlighted Speaker Margaret Miller

Margaret Miller, PhD, RN, is currently assigned to the Department of Food Safety, Zoonoses, and Foodborne Disease at the World Health Organization (WHO). Dr. Miller has worked for the U.S. FDA since 1989 and has held several different positions within the agency, including Deputy Director for Human Food Safety in the Office of New Animal Drug Evaluation. Dr. Miller's presentation will provide attendees with an international perspective on food contamination, and acquaint attendees with the International Food Safety Authority Network (INFOSAN), a network developed by WHO to provide rapid access to information during food safety emergencies.

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After attending these sessions, you will be able to:

*** Identify key response and coordination issues applicable to multi-jurisdictional foodborne outbreaks.

*** Explore new strategies, formats, and technologies in food safety and protection.

*** Cultivate opportunities for improved food safety and protection across all industry sectors, government and non-government organizations, and other industry stakeholders.

*** Examine examples of innovative and effective food safety and protection training programs.

ONSITE WASTEWATER SYSTEMS

Monday, June 18

1:00-1:50pm

University of Minnesota Infiltrator Study

Sara H. Christopherson, MS, PhD

Candidate, Extension Engineer and Instructor, University of Minnesota, MN

2:00-2:50pm

Why Do Septic Systems Fail?

Vincent Agovino, RS, PhD, Health Officer, Managing Member, A. V. Agovino Associates, LLC, NJ

3:00-3:50pm

Development of Institutional and Government Onsite Wastewater Management Programs for Sensitive Ecological Environments: A Case Study of the New Jersey Pinelands Approach

Bruce Douglas, Stone Environmental, Inc., VT

4:00-4:50pm

The Pinelands Alternate Design Wastewater Treatment Systems Pilot Program: Technology Performance Data and Onsite System Management Strategies

Edward Wengrowski, REHS, Wastewater Management Coordinator, New Jersey Pinelands Commission, NJ

Tuesday, June 19

1:00-1:50pm

Using Onsite Technology to Build Cost-Effective Community Sewage Systems in Subdivisions

Douglas J. Ebelherr, LEHP, REHS, Vice President, Chase Environmental Services, IL

2:45-3:35pm

Point-of-Sale Inspections--Do They Make a Difference?

Elizabeth M. Dietzmann, JD, Attorney at Law, MO

3:45-4:35pm

Harris County Texas Onsite Monitoring Program

John Blount, PE, Deputy Director, Harris County Public Infrastructure Dept., TX

Wednesday, June 20

8:30-9:20am

Computer Program for Installer Recertification: Development, Implementation, and Evaluation

Sam Dunn, RS, EH Specialist II, Arkansas Dept. of Health and Human Services, AR

9:30-10:20am

Creating a Sustainable Wastewater Management Framework Through Implementation of Decentralized Management Concepts

Brent Reagor, RS, Deputy Director, Acton Health Dept., MA

10:30-11:20am

Computers and Septic Inspections

Herbert Yardley, Director/Health Officer, Sussex County Dept. of Health and Human Services, NJ

1:00-1:50pm

Performance Decision Tree for Crow Wing County, Minnesota

Richard J. Otis, PhD, PE, DEE, Senior Associate, Ayres Associates, WI

2:00-2:50pm

Instituting Septic System Management in New Jersey

Fred Bowers, MS, PhD, Research Scientist, New Jersey Dept. of Environmental Protection, NJ

Barry Chalofsky, PP, Chief, New Jersey Dept. of Environmental Protection, NJ

3:00-3:50pm

Water and Wastewater in Rural America: Meeting Needs Efficiently and Effectively

Jim Maras, Deputy Assistant Administrator, USDA, Washington, DC

4:00-4:50pm

EPA Update: The Latest from the Office of Wastewater Management

Joyce Hudson, Environmental Engineer, Decentralized Program Manager, EPA, Washington, DC

Optional Field Trip

Onsite Wastewater Treatment Systems in the New Jersey Pinelands

Tuesday, June 19 (7:30am-12:00noon)

This field trip will take you into the New Jersey Pinelands, America's First National Reserve. This unique one million acre region is home to 92 threatened or endangered plants and 43 threatened or endangered animals. This vast region is underlain by the 17.7 trillion-gallon Kirkwood-Cohansey aquifer, which contains enough fresh water to cover all of New Jersey to a depth of 10 feet. Development pressures are intense in this region due to its proximity to Atlantic City, Philadelphia, and New York. However, water resources in the Pinelands are protected by a combination of land use and water quality programs. One such program requires the use of advanced onsite wastewater treatment technologies that attenuate nitrogen levels from onsite wastewater systems. Field trip hosts will show and discuss:

* biological nutrient reducing (BNR) treatment technologies required in the Pinelands

* onsite wastewater treatment site selection criteria (soil testing requirements)

* the fate of nitrogen in conventional (septic) and BNR wastewater systems

* what to look for when inspecting a BNR system installation

* operation, maintenance, and monitoring--essential management issues

This is an outdoor field trip to construction sites so please come prepared with appropriate footwear (construction boots recommended), sunscreen, hat, and insect repellent (just in case). Cost for this field trip is $19 if you sign up by June 1, 2007, and includes transportation. Limit 30 people.

Highlighted Speaker Elizabeth M. Dietzmann

Elizabeth M. Dietzmann is an attorney who consults nationally with developers, utilities, and other responsible management entities in the implementation, management structure, and operation of decentralized wastewater systems. In addition, she writes a regular legal column on decentralized wastewater topics for Onsite Water Treatment and is an adjunct professor at the University of Missouri School of Mining and Engineering. She will be discussing the pros and cons of point-of-sale inspections of septic systems, and the manner in which they can be incorporated into a septic regulatory program.

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After attending these sessions, you will be able to:

*** Evaluate the latest onsite wastewater treatment technologies.

*** Explore new examples of onsite wastewater maintenance, management, and sustainability programs.

*** Identify resources and materials available to assist in onsite wastewater management.

CREDENTIAL COURSES AND EXAMS

Only qualified applicants will be able to sit for an exam, and a separate application for the NEHA credentials is required and due to NEHA by May 5, 2007. For credential applications and information on eligibility, please visit NEHA's Credentialing Department online at www.neha.org.

Certified Food Safety Professional (CFSP) Review Course

Saturday, June 16 (8:00am-5:00pm)

Books Included

This one-day refresher course is designed to enhance your preparation for the CFSP exam. The course will cover exam content areas. Participants are expected to have some level of preparation prior to the review course. You will be able to question the instructor who has many years of experience in the food safety and protection field. Cost is $349 for members and $449 for nonmembers. Cost includes the CFSP Study Guide Package, which includes NEHA's CFSP Study Guide Second Edition, Essentials of Food Safety and Sanitation, and the 2005 Food Code (a $199 value), and the CFSP exam and application fees (a $300 value). Limit 50 people.

Separate credential application required by May 5, 2007.

CFSP Credential Exam: Sunday, June 17 (8:00-10:30am)

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

Saturday & Sunday, June 16 & 17 (8:00am-5:00pm)

Book Included

This two-day refresher course, presented by the University of California-Riverside Extension, is designed to enhance your preparation for the REHS/RS exam. The course will cover exam content areas. Participants are expected to have some level of preparation prior to the review course. You will be able to question instructors who have years of experience in the environmental health field. Cost is $399 for members and $489 for nonmembers. Cost includes the REHS/RS Study Guide Third Edition (a $179 value) and the REHS/RS exam and application fees (a $300 value). Limit 50 people.

Separate credential application required by May 5, 2007.

REHS/RS Credential Exam: Tuesday, June 19 (8:00am-12:00noon)

Certified Installer of Onsite Wastewater Treatment Systems (CIOWTS) Basic and Advanced Level Exams

Sunday, June 17 (1:00-4:00pm)

As a professional installer, NEHA would like to give you this opportunity to set yourself apart from your professional colleagues and get the recognition you deserve for your quality work and knowledge. NEHA, through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and various partner groups, has developed a national credential to certify installers of onsite wastewater treatment systems. These credentials cover all forms of installation and are offered at both a basic and advanced level. Cost for the basic level exam is $95 for NEHA/NOWRA members and $110 for nonmembers. Cost for the advanced level exam is $110 for NEHA/NOWRA members and $125 for nonmembers. Limit 50 people per exam.

Separate credential application required by May 5, 2007.

Plan for your future education, too!

Upcoming AEC & Exhibitions

June 22-25, 2008 Tucson

July 12-15, 2009 Atlanta

BONUS EDUCATION!

NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL, SAFETY & HEALTH TRAINING ASSOCIATION (NESHTA) EDUCATIONAL PROGRAM

FREE TO AEC & EXHIBITION REGISTRANTS--ADDITIONAL EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES! NEHA has made special arrangements with NESHTA so you may attend NESHTA's regular educational sessions at no additional charge when you register for the AEC & Exhibition (daily registration includes the sessions for your registered day).

NESHTA Pre-Conference Education--FEMA ICS 300 Course

Saturday & Sunday, June 16 & 17

8:00am-5:00pm

Registration with NESHTA required. Fee not included in full conference registration. For more information or to register, please contact NESHTA at rick@neshta.org or 602-956-6099.

NESHTA CET Certification Test

Tuesday, June 19

12:00noon-5:00pm

Advance application and registration with NESHTA required. Fee not included in full conference registration. For more information or to register, please contact NESHTA at rick@neshta.org or 602-956-6099.

NESHTA Workshop: How to Write Effective Test Items

Monday, June 18

3:00-6:00pm

NESHTA Educational Sessions

Tuesday, June 19

8:00-10:50am

2:45-4:35pm

Wednesday, June 20

8:30-11:20am

1:00-4:50pm

Thursday, June 21

8:00am-5:30pm

Just a few of this year's educational session topics:

* Responding to a "Dirty Bomb" attack

* Developing a successful peer training program

* How to be a successful trainer

* Integrating safety management systems

* Increasing your skills in designing and developing MS PowerPoint[R] presentations

* Advancing your training skills

* OSHA 10-Hour General Industry and Construction Certificate Workshops

Visit www.neshta.org for specific program information.

LEARN (AND HAVE FUN) AT THE EXHIBITION

Everything at this 100-booth exhibition is targeted to environmental health. So, like with the educational sessions at the AEC & Exhibition, you don't have to weed through things that don't apply to you to find those of interest!

Products * Services * Programs

It's all here.

And with all of the things that you can learn just by walking down the aisles, you can earn up to two hours of NEHA continuing education credit just by visiting the exhibition.

There will also be all kinds of activities to enjoy:

* Exhibition Grand Opening & Party Monday night where a selection of hors d'oeuvres may be enjoyed (included with most registrations).

* Coffee in the Exhibition Tuesday morning to start your day.

* Dessert in the Exhibition Tuesday afternoon for a luscious treat.

* NEHA's Bookstore where you may flip through books evaluated by NEHA and deemed of interest to EH practitioners.

* The Silent Auction with dozens of items donated by affiliates and other friends of NEHA (Get your bids in by 11:00am Tuesday when the winners will be announced.)

* Door Prize Drawings for four prizes provided by exhibitor contributions (Winners will be announced at 2:30pm Tuesday; you need not be present to win.)

Exhibition two days only

Monday 6:00-9:00pm

Tuesday 8:00-11:30am

1:45-4:00pm

PRE-CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS

Biology and Control of Insects and Rodents Workshop

Saturday & Sunday, June 16 & 17 (8:00am-5:00pm)

Back by popular demand, NEHA is pleased to offer this free, two-day workshop for environmental health professionals. This workshop will include classroom lecture and group discussion on the biology of insects and rodents of public health significance; effective physical and chemical insect and rodent control methods (including integrated pest and sanitation management); and insect and rodent-borne diseases of public health significance, including possible bioterror agents. This workshop is sponsored by the Environmental Health Services Branch of CDC's National Center for Environmental Health.

Those interested in participating must submit a letter of intent for consideration. The deadline to submit a letter of intent was April 13, 2007. However, there still may be spaces available in the workshop. Please contact Tom Dickey at tdickey@neha.org or Susan Jerles at sjerles@neha.org for space availability and more information. There is no charge for this workshop. Limit 50 people.

Environmental Health Training in Emergency Response--Level I (Condensed Version)

Saturday & Sunday, June 16 & 17 (8:00am-5:00pm)

This introductory-level training will address a range of environmental health topics commonly faced in response to emergency events. The training will help prepare practitioners with the skills and knowledge to effectively respond to environmental health issues. The training includes a combination of lecture, hands-on, and demonstration components. Attendees will participate in exercises for assessing shelter operations, food, water, wastewater, building environments, and vector control. This training is sponsored by the Environmental Health Services Branch of CDC's National Center for Environmental Health.

The training is intended for environmental health, safety, or industrial hygiene professionals from federal, state, and local programs with the responsibility to perform one or a combination of the following functions in an emergency response: food service sanitation, vector control, drinking water, wastewater, institutional sanitation, and/or safety inspections.

Those interested in participating must submit an application for consideration. The deadline to submit an application was April 13, 2007. However, there still may be spaces available in the training. Please contact Kristen Kuhar at kkuhar@neha.org for space availability and more information. There is no charge for this training. Limit 45 people.

National Environmental Public Health Performance Standards Workshop: Building Local and National Excellence

Saturday, June 16 (9:00am-4:30pm) & Sunday, June 17 (9:00am-12:30pm)

The National Environmental Public Health Performance Standards (NEPHPS), built upon the 10 essential environmental health services, are viewed as the primary tool for strengthening the nation's environmental public health infrastructure. Endorsed by several national agencies and professional associations, they are being used to build capacity, consistency, and accountability within and across the nation's environmental public health system. Through this hands-on workshop, participants will have the early opportunity to pursue national excellence by implementing these standards at their own agencies. Attendees will learn about the standards and their application to day-to-day activities, complete the agency self-assessment instrument, identify their own agency capacity gaps, and learn about and share best practices aimed at improving program capacity. Participants will leave with an action plan to address gaps, and an ongoing evaluation plan. By participating, attendees will also be assisting with building an accurate picture of the nation's environmental public health infrastructure, and providing information on how best to focus capacity-building resources. This workshop is sponsored by the Environmental Health Services Branch of CDC's National Center for Environmental Health.

Those interested in participating must submit an application for consideration. Applicants should be middle or senior level managers who are able to complete the assessment of their agencies in advance of the workshop, and implement follow-up improvements. The deadline to submit an application was April 13, 2007. However, there still may be spaces available in the workshop. Please contact Kristen Kuhar at kkuhar@neha.org for space availability and more information. There is no charge for this workshop. Limit 25 people.

Essentials for Healthy Homes Practitioners Training Course

Saturday & Sunday, June 16 & 17 (8:30am-5:00pm)

If you visit homes to provide health or inspection services of any type, you will benefit from this course. The training will help you understand the connection between health and housing, and how to take a holistic approach to identify and resolve problems which threaten the health and well-being of residents.

Everyone, from a public health nurse visiting a client to an environmental health professional doing a rodent inspection, will gain insight into how housing and health are related and actions they can take to improve the health of their clients. This two-day course brings together professionals with a variety of perspectives and experiences in a series of exercises--keeping the training lively and engaging. Course participants will have a better understanding of how to collaborate to make healthy homes a reality in their community. For more information about the course, please go to www.healthyhomestraining.org/Practitioner/. Cost is $49 for members and nonmembers. Limit 50 people.

Advanced Food Safety Field Instrumentation Workshop

Sunday, June 17 (8:00am-5:00pm)

This is a hands-on workshop that will present the newest portable instrumentation used for measuring food safety parameters, foodborne illness investigations, code enforcement, and quality control activities. The field equipment will include among others, ATP monitoring systems, water activity and pH measuring techniques, the best and latest thermometry devices, and the newest inspection tools and techniques. The instruments' use and interpretation; calibration and field validation; and easily designed, statistically valid sampling techniques will be detailed. All participants will have an opportunity to use the field instruments in actual field testing. A certificate of course completion will be awarded to attendees. Cost is $79 for members and nonmembers. Limit 50 people.

Chemical Agents of Opportunity for Terrorism Course

Sunday, June 17 (9:00am-5:00pm)

The American College of Medical Toxicology, in conjunction with the Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry, is pleased to offer this one-day course. In recent years, there has been growing concern that many of the most likely threats of chemical terrorism involve "agents of opportunity." An appreciation of the myriad of potential toxic chemicals readily available in our society is crucial if we are to optimally prepare, identify, and defend against chemical threats. While an understanding of the traditional military chemical weapons (e.g. nerve agents) remains essential, they will not be covered in these lectures.

This course will provide awareness-level training on a variety of toxic syndromes likely to be encountered following exposures to toxic industrial chemicals (TICs), toxic industrial materials (TIMs), and other chemical agents of opportunity. A symptom-based clinical approach will be utilized to describe the medical impact of various chemical poisons. This course will provide a framework to enhance recognition of the common health effects of apparently disparate chemical toxins, describe the risk to various healthcare workers, and introduce clinical and public health management strategies. Cost is $49 for members and nonmembers. Limit 50 people.

NSF Plan Review Survey Course

Sunday, June 17 (8:30am-5:00pm)

The National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) Plan Review Survey Course for food service and retail food is designed to provide EH professionals with an understanding of the components and process of plan review. It is based on the current version of the FDA Model Food Code and the CFP/FDA Blue Book. The course covers the application process; menu review; site, mechanical, and structural systems utilities layout; and equipment specifications. It includes sections on water and wastewater, storage, refrigeration, cooking, dishwashing, and installation of equipment. Cost is $99 for members and $149 for nonmembers if you sign up by June 1, 2007. Limit 50 people.

Conference Tidbits

Up-to-the-Minute AEC & Exhibition Information

Sessions, events, and workshops are subject to change. Check out www.neha.org for periodic conference updates!

Conference Dress Code

Dress for the conference is business casual. The Presidents Banquet is semi-formal.

Conference Questions?

Call 303-756-9090, ext. 0, or e-mail staff@neha.org

Here's what people are saying* about NEHA's AEC & Exhibition ...
"I plan to be a regular attendee."

"It is wonderful to be able to hear national experts speak on timely
subjects."

"The overall selection of educational sessions is second to none."

"You meet incredible colleagues and the networking is fantastic."

"Found some items at the exhibitor's booths I had been searching for
online."

"The material in the sessions I attended was new and fresh and some of
it was more than slightly scary--which is a great thing--it certainly
held my attention."

"It gets a 10!!!"


*Comments from 2006 AEC & Exhibition Attendee Surveys
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