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Denese A. Deeds CIH

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Director of Chemical Regulatory Services, Industrial Health & Safety Consultants, Inc.


Denese Deeds is co-founder of Industrial Health & Safety Consultants, Inc (IH&SC) where she is the Director of Chemical Regulatory Services. In that function she prepares MSDS, labels and other hazard communication documents, files international chemical registrations and assists companies with overall chemical regulatory compliance. She has 38 years in the field and is a recognized expert in her field. Prior to founding IH&SC she worked as an industrial hygienist for General Electric and Westinghouse.

Ms. Deeds has a degree in chemistry from Stetson University, DeLand, Florida.  She has lectured at the junior college level and has taught short courses on safety, industrial hygiene, hazard communication including US and international SDS and chemical labeling and the transportation of hazardous materials/dangerous goods. Ms. Deeds is certified in the Comprehensive Practice of Industrial Hygiene by the American Board of Industrial Hygiene.

She is a Fellow of the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) and a member of the American Academy of Industrial Hygiene (AAIH) and the Society for Chemical Hazard Communication (SCHC). Ms. Deeds has served on the AIHA Committee on Personal Protective Devices other than Respirators, Confined Spaces Committee and currently serves on the Stewardship and Sustainability Committee. She is a Past-President of the Society for Chemical Hazard Communication (SCHC) and serves on the OSHA Alliance, Professional Development, Outreach and Communication and HazCom Resources Committees for SCHC. She was awarded an Outstanding Individual Contributor Award by AIHA in 2010.


Denese will be talking about the following:


Why is This Man Exploding? 

The impact of the GHS on Industrial Hygiene and Safety


Adoption of the Globally Harmonized System for the Classification and Labelling of Chemicals around the world is happening very quickly. The GHS coupled with new approaches in chemical control like EU, Korea and China REACH is making information on the hazards and safe handling of chemicals more available and standardized. How will all the new information affect the practice of industrial / occupational hygiene? We will explore some of these important developments and how they can be used to make the lives of working people safer and healthier.

Contact Details

Website: www.ih-sc.com

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