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Round 2 – 3D Printing Technical Symposium Hosted by Cardno ChemRisk and Reed Smith on December 8, 2016

Cardno ChemRisk and Reed Smith have teamed up again to provide another 3D Printing Technical Symposium entitled Answers to Address Environment, Health, Safety, and Risk questions. The symposium will be held on December 8, 2016 as a webcast only. You can register for this free webcast presentation here. The stellar panel of consultants, and academic, industry, and attorney speakers is back to present on different aspects of 3D printing, specifically: potential hazard consideration, designing targeted exposure and risk assessment strategies, managing environmental risk and liabilities, relevant global and local environmental safety regulations, and results of environmental testing for nanoparticles, VOCs and inorganic gas emissions. This is another exciting opportunity for EHS professionals, 3D printing industry stakeholders and users, and legal professionals.

For more information please contact William Cyrs.

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Ms. Melanie Nembhard is an Associate Health Scientist with Cardno ChemRisk in the San Francisco, CA office. She earned her MSPH in Occupational and Environmental Hygiene from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. She also holds two certificates from Johns Hopkins, the Risk Sciences and Public Policy Certificate and the Population and Health Certificate. Ms. Nembhard’s principal areas of training and expertise include industrial hygiene and risk assessment. Since joining Cardno ChemRisk, she has provided litigation support for cases related to asbestos, benzene, butadiene, diacetyl, worker safety, welding, sunscreen, dermal exposures to various chemicals, and inhalation irritants. Additionally, she has participated in baseline exposure assessments at multiple oil refineries regarding occupational and environmental exposures to various chemical and physical agents, including particulates, volatile organic compounds, and noise.