Dr. Shieh Begins 2016 Lecture Circuit

Dr. Shieh Begins 2016 Lecture Circuit

Founder and Director of Technical Services, Dr. Shieh has officially begun his long awaited 2016 lecture circuit by addressing the overuse of harmful chemicals in our local schools. Dr. Shieh states, “It isn’t what you know, but what you don’t know that will hurt you.” By this he is referring to the lack of educational tools provided to school administration and staff regarding the safe and proper use of conventional chemicals, which so often enter the enclosed vicinity of our schools. In order to properly address toxic chemicals in schools, Dr. Shieh states, “We have to identify what we are cleaning. What we are cleaning is soil.”

Dr. Shieh

Dr. Shieh

As simplistic as this statement is, soil is identified on the molecular level based on many standards the industry would dictate that their cleaning methods derive from. Therefore, Dr. Shieh poses the questions. What is cleaning? What is soil? How has the industry conventionally removed these soils? Has it worked? Is the next new thing just a conventional method marketed a different way? Is the industry cleaning better? Not only have these questions been posed to decision makers in schools to provide the platform to consider such questions regarding the individuals they are responsible for, but also to consider how the answers to these questions can directly affect their well-being.

Lecture Circuit in Anne Arundel County, Maryland

Lecture Circuit in Anne Arundel County, Maryland

With extensive vocational experience in toxicology and forensic science, Dr. Shieh has been able to bridge the gap between everyday life practices and harmful to life threatening toxic chemicals children and teachers are exposed to everyday. Though generally incomprehensive in its nature, it is vital for those exposed, to comprehend in its simplest form what toxic chemicals do and how they can and have harmed people. Unfortunately legal disclosures and documents regarding safety and chemical content, although revamped worldwide, still allow the status quo to go unnoticed.

Negative and positively charged soils, cleaning alkali with caustic, the dangers of conventional acids, hydrogen peroxide and Nano technology. Just a few of the many technical explanations of industry standard cleaning and protection methods that pose harmful to life threatening health dangers to the primary and secondary users. Again, we must ask ourselves, “Is the next new thing just a conventional method marketed a different way?”

The point is that although various avenues of cleaning can be relatively effective, manufacturers have set the industry standard to avoid properly educating their customers and in turn the end user of the adverse effects from improper chemical use. So is there a better way? How does administration navigate itself through industry loop holes? Where do I receive the correct knowledge to make the most informed health and fiscal decision possible when purchasing cleaning and protection products? These pressing questions and more are answered during Dr. Shieh’s acclaimed lecture circuit: ‘Stop Making Our Schools A Dumping Ground’. For lecture inquiries, email cs@ultrachemlabs.com or call 909-605-1640. (Bookings are extremely limited)

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