Human and Environmental Contamination Through Aerial and Industrial Processes. Learn The Real Story Behind “Chem-Trails”!

PresenterKristen Meghan-Kelly, MS-OSHA

Kristen Meghan has worked in the field of Occupational and Environmental Toxicology, as a Sr. Industrial Hygienist for over 19 years, with combined involvement in Public Health, Decontamination site management, and Hazardous materials management. Kristen has sat on Infectious Disease Boards within hospitals and has trained medical professionals on universal precautions, avoiding cross-contamination. She spent 9 years on active duty where she was vaccine injured, and blew the whistle on unethical health and environmental hazards, concealed from the public. While medically retired from previous fieldwork, Kristen now donates her efforts as a health freedom activist and media correspondent, and contributor. She has appeared on International and National television, in several documentaries, and has acted as an independent journalist. Kristen has educated the public on environmental programs that are known to harm human health and our environment.

SummaryHistorical discussion on environmental contaminants and their exposure limits and controls. From hazard identification, EPA data manipulation, the history of Weather modification, learning the differences between a toxin vs toxicant and their health and environment effects. Discover how Exposure Scientists anticipate, evaluate, recognize and control exposures, and ways the community and individual can participate in solutions.

.5 CME Credits are available for this lecture through MNI Great Lakes ECHO.

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