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Chemical Agents of Opportunity for Terrorism: The Medical and Psychological Consequences of TICs (Toxic Industrial Chemicals) and TIMs (Toxic Industrial Materials)
Bi-lingual Presentation (English & Spanish/EspaƱol)
Hosted by Baja California Emergency Management Institute, City of Chula Vista and U.S. EPA Border 2012 Program in cooperation with ATSDR and the American College of Medical Toxicology

Para mayores informes o preguntas (en español) o se necesite asistencia para completar la forma de inscripción, por favor se comunique con Bárbara Maco, EPA Coordinadora, Frontera México/EU; Preparación y Respuesta a Emergencias a 001.415.972-3794 o maco.barbara@epa.gov.

This course is offered as a bi-lingual presentation, with simultaneous translation service provided to all attendees.  The ACMT faculty will be presenting three course sections in Spanish and three sections in English.  All course materials will be available in both Spanish and English.

This course provides awareness-level training for a variety of toxic syndromes likely to be encountered following exposures to "chemical agents of opportunity."  The faculty members are all board certified and fellowship trained physician medical toxicologists who are members of the American College of Medical Toxicology (ACMT) and currently serve as consultants to ATSDR. They have extensive experience directly caring for patients suffering from the ill-effects of chemical agents and poisons.

The information presented will be of interest to public health officials, emergency response coordinators, FOSCs, environmental health scientists, toxicologists, occupational/environmental and emergency physicians, veterinarians, laboratorians, engineers, industrial hygienists and others involved with chemical terrorism preparedness and response. For general information contact Libby Vianu by telephone at 415-947-4319 or via e-mail at vianu.libby@epa.gov

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