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Conferences

Conferences

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  • Cannabis Summit

    March 13, 2018
    UC Davis | University of California Agriculture and Natural Resources

  • Cesium Irradiator Conference

    January 29-30, 2018 
    UCLA | UCSF

    The objectives of this conference were to facilitate dialogue between who have experience in using alternative technologies to Cesium irradiators and those who are considering converting to alternative technologies, identify and discuss reliable information, provide an opportunity to talk to x-ray irradiator manufacturers, and develop an understanding of how alternative technologies contribute to the permanent reduction of radiological security risks.

    The sponsors included: the University of California, NTI, and NNSA.  
    Keynote speeches were provided by: Mark Murphy, Keith Jenne, Emily Hopewell, Colin Hill, and Gus Potter.

    View and Download and the presentations 

    For more information, contact Carolyn MacKenzie at cjmackenzie@berkeley.edu

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  • Emergency Management Business Continuity Council Conference 2019

    October 7-9, 2019
    University of California, Riverside 

    Welcoming all Emergency Managers and Business Continuity Planners to a 3 day interactive conference,
    where you will learn how to build relationships, provide mutual aid and engage in collaborative discussions.

    FREE Registration for all UC Staff | Register Now at bit.ly/UCEMconference2019

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  • Defense Counsel Symposium

    January 24-25, 2019
    Oakland, California

    The purpose of the symposium is to provide training and orientation to the UC defense counsel in key areas such as employment practices, hospital professional liability, and general liability.  All firms and attorneys added to the UC defense panel since 2013 are required to attend both days at either location.  All other defense counsel must attend the second day, but are strongly encouraged to attend the full 2-day conference.

    MCLE CEUs (hours to be determined) will be awarded. 

  • EH&S Professional

    Copyright: 2017

    The EH&S Professional Education program cross-trains UC EH&S staff and safety personnel to expand their knowledge and skills in a variety of EH&S programs applicable to the university setting. Taught by UC subject matter experts, this blended learning experience (consisting of online modules and an in-person workshop) offers an opportunity to earn three certifications:
    1. EH&S Generalist
    2. EH&S Professional
    3. EH&S Specialist 

    In addition to the three certifications, this program provides continuing education units (CEUs) for various professional accreditations. 

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  • Field Safety Workgroup In-Person Meeting

    February 28 - March 2, 2018
    Sedgewick Reserve


    The first annual Field Safety Workgroup In-Person Meeting was held at the Sedgewick Reserve.

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  • Mental Health Best Practices Conference

    June 20-21, 2019
    Los Angeles, CA

    The 2019 UC Mental Health Best Practices Conference - Mental Health at the Intersection of Culture & Technology, will bring together 300+ campus mental health professionals to share best practices, experience advanced training on emerging trends in student mental health, explore new technologies, and engage in self-care and wellness activities. 

    The 2-day conference will include:

    • Two dynamic keynote addresses and a closing plenary on the future of college mental health
    • Training in cultural competencies for work with diverse students
    • Best practices in integrating technology into clinical practices
    • Hands on experience with new tech innovations that work as compliments to treatment
    • Special training on emerging issues with graduate and professional students
    • Critical dialogues on pressing social issues as they impact students entry into treatment 
    • Space for staff to process vicarious trauma, network, and engage in self-care activities
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  • Risk Summit

    Coming Soon

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