Minnesota Roundtable | April 30–May 2

Take part in this roundtable meeting in Minneapolis to discuss successes, discover how others handle a variety of EHS issues, and learn best practices from fellow EHS officials. Roundtable meetings are set up to ensure maximum peer-to-peer interaction and education. Through the registration process, participants will be able to submit topical ideas to be discussed during the roundtable meeting. 

Joe Klancher and Greg Hansen, University of Minnesota, will facilitate the discussion on the submitted topics during the two-day program, allowing for equal access to all participants to discuss and hear from their colleagues. Submitted topics include water events on campus, compliance, recycling, sustainability, enhancing safety culture as well as hiring, developing, and maintaining professional staff. Register now, and bring your topics to share!

By attending this meeting, each participant will have the opportunity to hear how other colleges and universities are dealing with current events at their institutions, allowing attendees to hear what their colleagues are doing on their campus.

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  Regular Registration (through April 2) Late Registration
(after April 2)
Member Professional $199 $269
Nonmember Professional $259 $329   


Continuing Education Credits

You could potentially receive continuing education credits though the sessions offered at this conference. Please consult CSHEMA's list of outside organization requirements to determine how many credits you could receive. 

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This event will take place at the Courtyard Minneapolis Hotel Downtown (1500 S. Washington Av.e, Minneapolis, MN 55454). 

Monday, April 30
Noon – Welcome and Introduction
12:15–5 p.m. – Roundtable Discussions

Tuesday, May 1
8:30 a.m.–Noon – Roundtable Discussions
Noon–1 p.m. – Lunch Provided
1–3:30 p.m. – Roundtable Discussions
3:45–5 p.m. – Tour of the Thompson Center for Environmental Management and Microbiology Research Facility at the University of Minnesota*

Wednesday, May 2
8:30 a.m.–Noon – Roundtable Discussions
Noon – Adjourn

*The Thompson Center for Environmental Management houses the university health and safety offices and is also where the university annually processes more than 500,000 pounds of hazardous waste for disposal. The Microbiology Research Facility is an 80,000-square-foot facility built in 2016 and is the first building on campus with integrated “Smart Lab” technology. 


The event hotel will be the Courtyard Minneapolis Downtown, located at 1500 Washington Avenue South, Minneapolis Minnesota, 55454.

If you need a hotel room, please make your reservations by Monday April 9, to receive the group rate ($144 per night before taxes). Reservations made after this date will be subject to prevailing rate and availability. Reservations may be made online.

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