Date: Fri, 10 Sep 2004 02:20:55 GMT
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From: "mrsafetyman**At_Symbol_Here**" <mrsafetyman**At_Symbol_Here**JUNO.COM>
Subject: Re: Managing Chemicals with stench characteristics
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Ms. Rakas, I appreciate the input also and I will do as you say. I am no expert chemist but consider myslef a real good safety generalist degreed in occupational safety and health from RIT and going for my masters. I have always expected an MSDS to be a thorough document since it is recommended by so many regulatory agencies and drilled in lecture after lecture, training session after training session that it where to go for information about a specific product and its required on the jobsite. I appreciate your reinforcing me that the MSDS works. I began to concern myself with chemical misrepresentation within the MSDS especially from a company as thorough as Dow This network is really a good thing and it has helped me to sift through many an issue. There are so many brillant minds out there and I appreciate everyone opinion here. Thanks! ________________________________________________________________ Get your name as your email address. Includes spam protection, 1GB storage, no ads and more Only $1.99/ month - visit today!

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