News from-- the President's Conference on Occupational Safety

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Title:
News from-- the President's Conference on Occupational Safety Secretary of Labor James P. Mitchell, Chairman : Washington, D.C., March 1-3, 1960
Portion of title:
President's Conference on Occupational Safety Secretary of Labor James P. Mitchell, Chairman : Washington, D.C., March 1-3, 1960
Running title:
Fact sheet
Physical Description:
12 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
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English
Conference:
President's Conference on Occupational Safety, (1960
Publisher:
U.S. G.P.O.
Place of Publication:
Washington, D.C
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Safety appliances -- Congresses   ( lcsh )
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Caption title.
General Note:
"January 1960."

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attending


organization.


Conference


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MEETING


PLACES


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pending s
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18th
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street


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'ium,
. NW.


On Wednesday, March 2, simultaneous
morning and afternoon will be held
rally located auditoriums:


COMMERCE DEPARTMENT AUDITORIUM
and Constitution Avenue.


workshops in the
in the following


14th


Street


HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND WELFARE
AUDITORIUM 330 Independence


DEPARTMENT
Avenue, SW.


GENERAL ACCOUNTING
Street between 4th


DEPARTMENTAL
between 12th


OFFICE
and 5th


AUDITORIUM
Streets,


AUDITORIUM Constitution
and 14th Streets.


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President


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CONFERENCE


REGISTRATION


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later on


regi
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day,
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delegate
ration,
1, or (
during


by mail,
L ConstIta
1. Follow-
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ration Ii
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those r
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PRESS


FACILITY ES


Throughout


tain
Room
staff
cop1i
seas


LOCAL


d, a
C of
exp
s of
ons,


Conference,


press


facilities


will


aL~nr


ad a press room will be set up in Conference
the Departmental Auditorium. The Conference
ects to have available for distribution advance
papers and addresses to be given at the various


INTEREST


I)
i


I


To stimulate public understanding and local interest,
is suggested that delegates may wish to inform their 1
newspapers and organization publications of their par-
ticipation in the Conference.


HOTEL


it
local


RESERVATIONS


Wash
and
make
suit
"Hot


in the spring is a
rs. It is therefore
reservations early,
accommodations. (See


mecca for many conventions
suggested that delegates
in order to baanrtm on
separate memorandum on


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Fact


Sheet


CONFERENCE


SERVICES


In addit
maintain
publicat
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record a


press
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the Con-
gates on
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GENERAL


All
in
on

wJTLINE ..


Conference sessions will begin
the official Conference Program
Eastern Standard Time,


OF PROGRAM


TUESDAY MORNING,
D Streets. NW.)


8:30

10:30

11:30


(Official Conference
distributed on the


MARCH


REGISTRATION


UNITED


STATES


INVOCATION
Frank A.
Chief of


It
JL:


(Constitut


(if not

MARINE


promptly as
. Washington


programs wil
morning of Ma

ion Hall, 18t


scheduled
will be


i be
rch


h


pre-registered)

BAND


Tobey, Chaplain (Major
Chaplains, Department


ADDRESS
Hon.


James


Mitchell,


Secretary


Labor


12:00


PRESIDENT


OF THE


UNITED


STATES


AFTERNOON:


( DeDartmental
between 12th


Auditorium, Constitution
and 14th Streets. NW.)


Avenue


Presiding:


THE


SECRETARY


OF LABOR


"THE *UNCHANGINGt
ENVIRONMENT"


NATURE


OF MAN


A CHANGING


Chairman: Reed 0. Hunt, Executive Director,
President s Conference on Occupational Safety;
President, Crown Zellerbach Corporation.


2:00


"The


Changing Nature of Work"
Joseph Kaplan, Department
University of California,


of Physics,
Los Angeles.


General) USA,
of the Army.


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Fact


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OUTLINE


OF PROGRAM


(continued)


2:30


"The


Evwa


Changing
n Clague,


Nature
Commi


. Department


ssioner
f Labor.


Work
of L


Force"


abor


States tis,


3:00


"The


IUnchanging'


Nature


Man"


Audience


Discussion


EVENING


(Departmental


Auditorium)


Presiding


Lawrence


Commissioner


Derthick, U.
of Education


8:00


"TH E


SCHOOL'S


CHANGING


CONTRIBUTION


TO SAFETY


IN A


WORLD.


Progres


s Report


Office


Conference


on School


result


Safety, es
President'


Itablished


Conf erence


on Occupational


Safety.


Moderator


John


Walsh,


Division


Vocational
Education.,


Education,


Office


WEDNEeSDAY


MORNING,


MARCH


(Four


Simultaneous


Workshops)


9:30


NEW


EMPHASES


TRAINING


(Departmental


Auditorium)


Moderator:
Education,


Leon
New


Brody,
York U


Center


university.


Safety


SETTING


SAFETY


STANDARDS


TOMORROW' S


MATERIAL


(Comerce


Department


Auditori~m)


Moderator


Cyril


Ainsworth,


American


Standards


Association.


9:30


LITTLE


KNOWN


Accounting


FACTS
Office


ABOUT


INJURY


OCCURRENCE


(General


Auditorium)


Moderator:


and
Labo


Statistics,
r and Indus


Bryski,


Director of


Pennsylvania
try.


Rdzf--a~ iI


Department


Edu cationts






Fact


Sheet


OUTLINE


OF PROGRAM


(continued)


9:30


EMERGING


ENVIRONMENTAL


Welfare


HAZARDS


(Health,


Education,


Auditorium)


Moderator:


Harold


Occupational


Health


Health


Magnuson,
Branch, U


Service.


M.D.,
S. P


Chief,
public


WEDNESDAY


AFTERNOON,


MARCH


(Four


Simultaneous


Workshops)


2:00


COMMUNICATION
Auditorium)


--A BRIDGE


FOR


SAFETY


(Departmental


Moderator


Arthur


Publications


Motley,


President,


PARADE


2:00


WANTEDrI


-- LEADERS


SAFETY


(Commerce


Department


Auditorium)


Moderator:
Relation


Earl


Cheit,


, University


Department of
of California,


Indu


trial


2:00


WHY


AND


HOW


Accounting


INVESTIGATE


Office


ACCIDENTS


(General


Auditorium)


Co-Moderators


Vice


President,


,Company,


John


Americ


James


Hanselman, A
an Telephone
Brownlow, Pr


assistant


Telegraph


resident,


Metal


Trades


Department,


AFL-CIO.


2:00


HEALTH


MAINTENANCE-


(Health, E

Moderator:


Logan


-ITS


CONTRIBUTE
d Welfare


Robertson,


ON TO JOB SAFETY
Auditorium)


M.D.,


Occupational


Health


Services,


THURSDAY


MORNI NG,


MARCH


(Departmental


Auditorium)


10:00


SUMMARY


OF CONFERENCE


CONCLUSIONS


Hon.


James


Mitchell,


Secretary


Labor


11:00


ADDRESS


Gov.


Howard


Pyle,


President,


National


Safety


Council


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