National Defense Industrial Association
June 10-13, 2013 - New Orleans, Louisiana

Chemical & Material Risk Management 

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Chemical & Material Risk Management

The following presentations were given within the Chemical & Material Risk Management Track. Click on a specific day below, or scroll to browse through each day. Click on the abstract number to view the PowerPoint presentation. If the PowerPoint was not approved for posting, the abstract submitted is linked to the abstract number.

Monday, June 14, 2010
Wednesday, June 16, 2010 AM
Wednesday, June 16, 2010 PM
Thursday, June 17, 2010 AM
Thursday, June 17, 2010 PM

Monday, June 14, 2010
Restricted Substances Management
1:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Room 402

9967 - Shuttle Environmental Assurance: Brominated Flame Retardants - Concerns, Drivers, Potential Impacts and Mitigation Strategies
Ms. Marceia Clark-Ingram, NASA

10379 - Honeywell’s Approach to BOM Analysis for Environmental Compliance
Mr. Mark Bohley, Honeywell

10244 - RoHS/Pb-free Electronics for DoD? Managing the Pb-free Electronics Transition
Mr. Vance Anderson, DoD-DMEA

9776 - Chemical and Materials Information Management for Sustainable Engineering and Design
Mr. Wayne Ziegler, U.S. Army Research Lab

9752 - Preventing Supply Chain Disruptions Due to Noncompliant and Obsolescent Materials
Mr. Arnold Guikema, Tetra Tech

10378 - Material Assessment Strategy for Complex Products: Achievement in Automotive; Applicability to Aerospace
Dr. Patricia Beattie, SciVera, Inc.

Wednesday, June 16, 2010
Chemical & Material Risk Management
8:00 am - 11:30 am
Room 402

9958 - The Way Ahead: National & International Trends in Chemical Management
Ms. Shannon Cunniff, DoD

9931 - Scanning the Universe for Emerging Contaminants and What Happens Next
Ms. Sherri Hutchens, U.S. Army Public Health Command

9977 - Assessing Emerging Contaminant Risks: Expert Elicitation for Phase I Impact Assessments
Mr. Andrew Rak, Noblis

9932 - Managing Emerging Contaminant Risks: Plans & Progress
Mr. Paul Yaroschak, DoD

10161 - RDT&E for Emerging Contaminants
Dr. Andrea Leeson, SERDP/ESTCP

10035 - Enhancing the DoD Emerging Contaminants Program – Development of a New Process for the Deelevation of Substances from Watch and Action List
Ms. Kerstin Huemer, DoD

Wednesday, June 16, 2010
Restricted Substances Management
1:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Room 402

10221 - Sustainable Materials Tool (SMT) within NASA’s Materials and Processes Technical Information System II (MAPTIS-II)
Mr. Sam Higuchi Jr., NASA

10260 - Managing Restrictions on Substances - An Industry Perspective
Ms. Sally Gestautas, Raytheon Company

View: Raytheon Reach Program
Ms. Glynis J Coulter and Ms. Sally Gestautas, Raytheon Company

9877 - An Integrated Business Systems Approach to Managing Substance Restrictions
Mr. Will Martin, EPR Consulting, Ltd.

9993 - Managing Restricted Substances During Product Design
Ms. Kim Marshall, Granta Design Limited

10381 - Materials Lifecycle and Environmental Consideration at NASA
Ms. Marceia Clark-Ingram, NASA

Panel Discussion

Thursday, June 17, 2010
Weapons Systems
8:00 am - 11:30 am
Room 402

10024 - Automated Compliance With The National Standard For Greener Chemical Products and Processes
Dr. George Thompson, Chemical Compliance Sysems, Inc.

10059 - UV-Curable Coatings for Aerospace Applications: An Update
Mr. Randy Straw, CTC

10081 - Road Map to Replace Hexavalent Chromium
Ms. Parrish Swearingen, Tetra Tech, Inc.

10110 - Assessing the Toxicity and Bioavailability an Emerging Munition 2,4-Dinitroanisole
Dr. Sandra Brasfield, U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center

10115 - Integrated Munition Demilitarization, Conversion, and Recycling Process for Pollution Prevention
Mr. Paul Miller, Gradient Technology

9850 - Heavy Metal: Recovering DoE Strategic Metals for DoD Weapons Systems Programs - The R3 R&D Program
Mr. James Marsh, e-PEAK, Inc.

Thursday, June 17, 2010
Soil Contamination
12:30 pm - 4:00 pm
Room 402

9943 - Soil Leachability of Micron-Sized and Nano-Sized Metals
Dr. David Johnson, U.S. Army Engineer Research & Development Center

9944 - Tungsten: A Preliminary Environmental Risk Assessment
Dr. David Johnson, U.S. Army Engineer Research & Development Center

9972 - Harvesting Chemicals From Contaminated Sediments
Mr. Gaynor Dawson, CALIBRE

9845 - Phytotechnology Applications and Potential Mechanism for Remediation of Military Training Area
Ms. Lenka Novotna, Czech University of Life Sciences

9832 - Biovailability Strategies and Resources for Risk Assessment
Mr. Todd Bragdon, CDM, Inc.

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