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We are seeking experienced speakers for our Webinar Series for (60 minutes). We are looking for speakers who will bring technical insight, share real world experience and case studies, and promote engaging conversation about handling hazards associated with human blood and body fluid cleanup, biological contamination, disease outbreak disinfection, infection control, illegal drug residue decontamination and other challenges facing the BioRecovery industry. Benefits of Speaking: You will have the opportunity to share your thought leadership and novel points of view that will influence the service efficacy of our industry.  Relationships with these service leaders may enhance your network as well as that of our association members.  ABRA membership is not a prerequisite for being a conference presenter

Proposal Process

To propose a webinar, please complete the accompanying electronic form.  Proposals will be reviewed for purposes of meeting the educational objectives of the conference.  Proposals will be reviewed and you will get feed-back from the conference committee soon after submitting the information.  If it meets the criteria and subject matter, a signed speaker agreement will be sent to you, and it will need to be signed and returned no later than September 10, 2020.



Presenters:  Please know that, consistent with ABRA’s mission as a voluntary professional association, all ABRA’s member presenters are volunteers. Just as importantly, you help build the knowledge-base that makes ABRA special—a benefit we believe you will likewise enjoy.  

QUESTIONS:  If you have a question about submitting a proposal to ABRA’s Annual conference, contact us.




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Phone: 888-979-2272

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ABRA’s objective is “to achieve and maintain the highest levels of competence among members in the performance of their profession. To teach, instill and require the highest technical, ethical and educational standards.” ABRA certified firms are required to maintain proper insurance, OSHA compliance, Bloodborne Pathogen training records, respirator fit testing, proper handling of biohazardous waste and other laws or requirements in order to maintain good standing with the American Bio-Recovery Association aka ABRA.