Date: Wed, 23 Jul 2003 16:16:26 -0400
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From: vbagal**At_Symbol_Here**EMDCHEMICALS.COM
Subject: Chemical Hygiene Plan
Hello all -

Does anyone have insight (or examples!) of how a lab that is part of a
manufacturing site would incorporate Responsible Care(r) into the Chemical
Hygiene Plan, when RC is already addressed (at length but in generalities)
in the site safety manual?

Alternately - what activities could a lab like ours perform to satisfy
Responsible Care that are not already part of  the CHP?

At this point, I am about to include the Guiding Principles in our
electronic CHP, note which sections pertain to specific principles, then
add a bookmark in the CHP to the Responsible Care section in the safety
manual. Not much, I am afraid.

Thanks in advance for everyone's thoughts on this.


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