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Hospital Employee Health Interviews Matt Zock on Monitoring Chemotherapy Drug Exposures

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  • 11:03AM Apr 02, 2012
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In the February 2012 issue of Hospital Employee Health, an industry journal focusing on effective administration of hospital employee health programs, RJ Lee Group Certified Industrial Hygienist (CIH), Mr. Matt Zock, was interviewed about the risk of contamination from antineoplastic (chemotherapy) agents and other hazardous drugs in hospital pharmacies and oncology units. The journal article, […]

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Putting Approaches to Safe Nanotechnology into Practice

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  • 3:05PM Oct 19, 2011
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A professional development course offered by TVS-AIHA and NIOSH and sponsored by RJ Lee Group. SPEAKERS:   Gary Casuccio and Keith Rickabaugh 11:15-12:00  Nanotech support for EPA-related issues – Gary Casuccio, RJ Lee Group 1:45-2:30  IH Field Practices for Nano-RECON – Keith Rickabaugh, RJ Lee Group ABIH CM Points: 1.25 Industrial Hygiene Points, Approval#: 11-2457 Topics […]

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Navigating the Uncertainty of Nanotechnology: Insight from Characterization to Safety

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  • 3:27PM Sep 20, 2011
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Gary S. Casuccio, RJ Lee Group Vice President and Senior Scientist, will participate in the continuing Nano & Bio Roundtable™ Series presented by the Center of Innovation for Nanobiotechnology (COIN) in collaboration with the North Carolina Biotechnology Center and East Carolina University. Mr. Casuccio will be one of three participants discussing the topic “An Ounce […]

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RJ Lee Group Sampler Included in the PA NanoMaterials Commercialization Project Portfolio

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  • 9:48AM Jun 13, 2011
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RJ Lee Group, Inc. in partnership with the Pennsylvania NanoMaterials Commercialization Center, is commercializing a novel sampling technology for collection and analysis of airborne nanoparticles. The Personal Thermophoretic Nano-Particle Sampler (Nano-Sampler) will assist in monitoring workplace environments for nanoparticles. This lapel-mounted device deposits nanoscale particles directly upon sampling grids suitable for analysis in an electron […]

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REGULATION OF NANOTECHNOLOGY – Where Innovation and Environmental, Health, and Safety Concerns Intersect

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  • 3:34PM Jun 02, 2011
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The program is being presented at RJ Lee Group, Inc. as part of the Nanotechnology Innovation Executive Briefing Series and will examine two major points of interest dealing with nanotechnology: regulatory and environmental. Mary Beth Deemer of the law firm Jones Day will begin by discussing the existing and proposed regulation of products containing nanoscale […]

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Data Management and Nanotechnology Highlight RJ Lee Group’s Participation at Upcoming Industry Events

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  • 9:31AM Apr 25, 2011
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(MONROEVILLE, PA – April 25, 2011) RJ Lee Group’s participation in two upcoming industry conferences, the Applied Systems Health Management Conference 2011 sponsored by the Society for Machinery Failure Prevention Technology (MFPT) and the American Industrial Hygiene Conference and Expo (AIHce), will address leading hot topics in industrial hygiene and machine failure prevention.

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RJ Lee Group’s WSCF Lab Earns Longest Standing Safety Record in the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Complex

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  • 8:54AM Oct 11, 2010
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In Streamline’s November 2010 publication, the Mission Support Alliance (MSA) commended the Waste Sampling and Characterization Facility (WSCF) on their outstanding safety record.  The WSCF laboratory located in Pasco, WA, managed by RJ Lee Group, has safely worked one million hours, or approximately 12 years, without injuries.  The WSCF laboratory has added 18 new employees […]

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RJ Lee Group Teams with Lockheed Martin, Wins $3 Billion Mission Support Contract (MSC) at Hanford Site

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  • 8:45AM Apr 28, 2009
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Pasco, Washington – RJ Lee Group is one of several pre-selected subcontractors participating in a multi-billion dollar contract to provide support services for the environmental cleanup mission at Hanford nuclear reservation. U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) announced on April 28, 2009, that Mission Support Alliance, LLC, has been selected as the mission support contractor for […]

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