Presented by: CWEA
AC18 Remix: Most Popular Lab Presentations
Ethics in the Laboratory: Why TNI Requires Training in Data Integrity
Keith Chapman, Margaret Chapman Inc.
This presentation will examine the human psychology behind unethical behavior and relate this to the TNI requirement that each lab provide training in Data Integrity to its employees.
Participants will see examples of common circumstances that can lead people to behave unethically. The underlying psychology of these behaviors will be explained.
Examples of laboratory practices and behaviors that may (or may not) be unethical will be presented and discussed.
Introduction to Aquatic Toxicity Testing: Permits to Test Method Requirements
Stephen Clark, Pacific EcoRisk
Popular AC18 Lab session – Aquatic toxicity testing is typically required in NPDES permits. This presentation provides a basic overview of typical permit requirements, and distills this rather complicated science down to basic principals and activities. (this presentation shortened for the webinar)
Host: Sara Burke, Lab Committee Chair, Oro Loma Sanitary District
Stephen Clark is a Vice President at Pacific EcoRisk (PER), which provides environmental consulting and testing services to a wide range of regulated parties, including NPDES permittees. He has served on numerous technical committees through several Regional Water Quality Control Boards, and is serving as the chairman for the State Water Board’s Environmental Laboratory Technical Advisory Committee (ELTAC) for their Environmental Laboratory Accreditation Program.
Keith Chapman was the TNI Small Laboratory Advocate from 2010 to 2012 . He is retired after serving as Water/Wastewater Laboratory Manager for the the City of Salem, Oregon, for over 25 years.
1 contact hour is available, for members only. More information about obtaining the contact hour will be sent a week before the webinar.