Date: Tue, 16 Mar 2004 10:50:51 -0500
Reply-To: Dan Crowl <crowl**At_Symbol_Here**MTU.EDU>
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From: Dan Crowl <crowl**At_Symbol_Here**MTU.EDU>
Subject: Re: Safety course material
Comments: To: Joe Crockett
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See my resource page at  Click on the downloads tab
and then click on the lab safety course words.

This material is designed for a 4 week grad. student course, but you
might find something else of value.  I have a detailed course syllabus,
Powerpoint presentations, Word templates, and other things at this site.


Dan Crowl

Joe Crockett wrote:

> I am in the process of setting up a specific safety course that will be
> required of all of our chemistry lab students. We have a set of
> guidelines
> in place, and go over them with the students, but have not formalized the
> training into a course with credit.
> Some specifics that I'm considering are
> -being able to get data from an MSDS
> -safety exits
> -chemical handling
> -reading our hazard system (we use a system built on the NFPA diamond
> that
> works for our freshmen and sophomores)
> -lab protection - goggles. clothing, etc
> -lab behavior
> -???????
> What other topics should/could be covered? Our system of chemical
> labeling
> is basic, but I think it works. If someone needs a system or would
> like to
> pick mine apart - let me know and I'll send you the information.
> Joe Crockett
> ***************************************************************************
> "If we knew what it was we were doing, it would not be called
> research, would it?" - Albert Einstein
> Joseph M Crockett
> Professor of Chemistry
> Bridgewater College of Virginia
> Bridgewater, VA 22812
> McKinney Center for Science and Mathematics - Office 307
> (540)-828-5431
> email: 
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