USDA Regulatory Permitting and Compliance Workshop
Tuesday, June 4, 2013 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM (CDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
The USDA Regulatory Permitting and Compliance Education Workshop is focused towards academia and public researchers who conduct, or anticipate conducting, agricultural research with regulated genetically engineered (GE) organisms. Others who may benefit by attending the workshop include graduate students and post-doctoral researchers, field managers, and institutional biosafety officers. (click here for a link to the flyer)
The primary objectives of the Workshop are (1) to increase the participant’s knowledge about the USDA BRS regulatory risk assessment application process, compliance inspection process, and compliance enforcement process; (2) learn how to navigate ePermits, the APHIS online electronic permitting tool; (3) understand the regulatory differences between permits and notifications; and (3) introduce the participant to available compliance assistance opportunities. (click here for a link to the agenda)
The event will be held on the campus of UAHuntsville in ROOM 301 of the Shelby Center for Science and Technology. This is Building #18 on the Campus Map (click for the link).
Restaurants Close to the Event can be found by clicking here. Feel free to explore.
In addition, the Workshop provides an opportunity for participants to have their Level 2 eAuthentication accounts validated so that they can fully utilize ePermits as a USDA customer. Interested participants who have created a Level 2 eAuthentication account must bring their government-issued photo ID to the workshop for identify-proofing. For additional information regarding eAuthentication, please visit https://www.eauth.usda.gov/MainPages/index.aspx.
When & Where
The Huntsville Bujinkan Dojo
The University of Alabama in Huntsville Bujinkan Dojo was founded in 2002 by Dr. Leland Cseke (presently a 9th Dan, Shidoshi). Our Dojo is affiliated with the University of Michigan Bujinkan Dojo run by Shihan Michael Asuncion (15th Dan). We are committed to the correct transmission and preservation of the Bujinkan martial arts. Our Dojo provides intense and dedicated training to the students and residents of the Huntsville area. Members find it to be a fun way to release tension, grow stronger and more flexible, and promote a feeling of health and security.