[Sqg-program] FW: Call for Moderators - Florida Chapter NAHMMA Workshop
Glen.Perrigan at dep.state.fl.us
Thu Apr 7 16:21:31 EDT 2016
The 2016 Florida Chapter NAHMMA Workshop will be at the Doubletree Hotel in Jacksonville on May 2 - May 5. For those who are planning on attending the workshop, this is a great opportunity to become more involved during the week of the conference.
Moderators are currently being recruited for three tracks, namely HHW, SQG and Storage Tanks. Sessions begin on the morning of Monday, May 2 and continue through Thursday, May 5.
Moderators are important for the conference to run smoothly and on schedule. Moderator responsibilities include ensuring that the sessions start on time, introducing the speaker or panel at the start of the session, advising the speaker or panel of remaining time throughout the session, and making sure the session comes to an end as scheduled. A packet for each session will be provided to each moderator that will include a bio of each speaker or panel member, guidelines on how to communicate with the speaker or panel to advise them on remaining time of the session and who to call in case there are any audio/visual problems that may come up.
If you would like to participate as a moderator, contact the following to have your name included in the pool of moderators.
HHW Track: Richard Lobinske at LobinsikeR at leoncountyfl.gov<mailto:LobinsikeR at leoncountyfl.gov>
SQG Track: Gerry Javier at Javier at epchc.org<mailto:Javier at epchc.org>
Storage Tanks Track: Greg Kemelek at Gkemelek at coj.net<mailto:Gkemelek at coj.net>
Please include the day and time you expect to arrive at the conference. Moderator assignments will be provided prior to the workshop.
Environmental Protection Commission of Hillsborough County<http://www.epchc.org/>
813-627-2600 ext. 1306
javier at epchc.org<mailto:javier at epchc.org>
Mission Statement: To protect the natural resources, environment, and quality of life in Hillsborough County
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