This month we have introduced ALMIE (Association of Laboratory Managers Insights E-Newsletter) to the ALMA Community. We hope that this short, informative newsletter will assist our lab managers with ideas and tips to improve and support their leadership skills. Our first issue can be found here. Enjoy!
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Focusing on What Matters: People, Processes
• October 11-13, 2017 Conference
• October 10 & 11, 2017 Pre-Conference Workshops
Kimpton Palomar Hotel
San Diego, CA
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This insightful article by Douglas Conant is shared from LinkedIn. We hope you find the content to be resourceful as the leader you are or hope to be.
Lab Managers, are you aware of the Homeland Security Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS) Program? Our post should have you up to date immediately!
The Department of Homeland Security identifies and regulates high-risk chemical facilities through the Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS) program. The CFATS program prevents the misuse of certain Chemicals of Interest (COI) at America’s high-risk chemical facilities for use in a terrorist act on the homeland through the systematic regulation, inspection, and enforcement of chemical infrastructure security requirements. [Read more…]
The 37th Annual Association of Laboratory Managers took place this year in Nashville, Tennessee. With several pre-conference workshops and outstanding conference programming, attendees were not disappointed. They left full of great ideas and inspiration to be better laboratory managers and team leaders. The networking opportunities proved to be one of the best features of the program since we not only had a good showing of attendees from the United States, but from Canada, Ghana, Saudi Arabia, Trinidad and Kazakhstan, too.