Control of Health and Safety Hazards in
Museums and Collection Care



Tuesday, November 8, 2016
McEvoy Auditorium
Smithsonian American Art Museum
Washington DC



Lead and Asbestos Issues with the National Museum of African American History and Culture Collections and Artifacts
Hayes C. Robinson, III, M.S., Associate Director for Environmental Management, Smithsonian OSHEM; Sophia Kapranos, Industrial Hygienist, Smithsonian OSHEM 



Fluid Collections Storage at the Smithsonian
Michael Kilby, PE, Associate Director for Fire Protection, Smithsonian OSHEM;
Joshua Stewart, PE, Fire Protection Engineer, Smithsonian OSHEM



AIHA and AIC Collaboration
Daniel H. Anna, PhD, CIH, CSP; President, American Industrial Hygiene Association
Eryl Wentworth, Executive Director, American Institute for Conservation (AIC) of Historic and Artistic Works
Damien Hammond, CIH, Past President, Potomac Section; President, Windjammer Environmental



Moving Beyond “Is it Mold?” 
Nora Lockshin, PA-AIC, Senior Conservator, Smithsonian Institution Archives
Sophia Kapranos, Industrial Hygienist, Smithsonian OSHEM



Occupational and Environmental Risk Assessment of Elemental Mercury at the Edison National Historic Site in West Orange, NJ
Bernard L Fontaine, Jr., CIH, CSP, FAIHA, Managing Partner, The Windsor Consulting Group, Inc.



OSHA Small Business Resources
Bruce A. Love, MBA, Program Analyst, Office of Small Business Assistance; OSHA Directorate of Cooperative and State Programs



Safe Access: Exposure Assessment of Residual Legacy Pesticides on Anthropology Collections
Michele Austin-Dennehy, Contract Conservator, Anthropology Conservation Laboratory, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution
Kathryn Makos, CIH, Research Collaborator, Smithsonian Institution



New Uses and Old Technologies:  Marvelseal, Lugol’s Iodine, and Scavengers for Mercury Mitigation in a Mineral Collection
Catharine Hawks, AIC-PA, IIC-Fellow, Conservator, National Museum of Natural History, Smithsonian Institution