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Industry Notes EMPLOYEE TRAINING are within the purview of the building code depart- $33 Million to Expand Training ment while enhancing disaster resistance and set- ting more stringent durability requirements. of Healthcare Professionals A sustainable building with a higher degree of U.S. Department of Health and Human Services durability can decrease the amount of materials (DHHS) awarded $33 million in funds to expand going to landfills and use of community resources healthcare professional train- when disasters occur, PCA says. The ordinance pro- ing. “These funds are helping vides mandatory requirements for increased resist- us rebuild the infrastructure ance to natural disasters with the goal of reducing needed to produce more the number of destroyed buildings while protecting skilled health professionals,” property and saving lives. says DHHS Administrator To download the free PDF, visit www.cement Mary Wakefield. The funds .org/codes. are part of the $500 million ini- tiative to help address work- force shortages under the NANOTECHNOLOGY American Recovery and New Strategy to Help Reinvestment Act. Understand Nanomaterials The $33 million will be dis- EPA outlined a new research strategy to better tributed through six DHHS understand how manufactured nanomaterials may By expanding train- Health Resources and Services Administration pro- harm human health and the environment. These ing, U.S. Department grams: Scholarships for Disadvantaged Students; materials are currently used in hundreds of con- of Health and Centers of Excellence; Public Health Traineeships; sumer products, including sunscreen, cosmetics Human Services is Nursing Workforce Diversity; Health Careers and sports equipment. helping produce Opportunities; and Dental Public Health Residency EPA’s strategy outlines what research the agency more skilled health- Training. will support over the next several years to generate care professionals. To learn more about the awards and their pro- information about the safe use of nanotechnology grams, visit www.hhs.gov/recovery/programs/ and products that contain nanoscale materials. The
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