Date: Fri, 8 Jul 2005 11:05:22 -0400
Reply-To: Ralph Stuart <rstuart**At_Symbol_Here**>
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From: Ralph Stuart <rstuart**At_Symbol_Here**>
Subject: Chemical Health and Safety, Vol. 12, Iss. 4,
2005 Table of Contents

There are several interesting articles in this issue...

If you need help accessing these articles via the web site, let me know.

- Ralph

Date: Fri, 8 Jul 2005 05:28:52 -0400 (EDT)
From: ScienceDirect Message Center
Subject: ScienceDirect Alert: Chemical Health and Safety, Vol. 12,
Iss. 4, 2005

1. Editorial Board
Page 2

2. Publishers's note
Page 3

3. Detection Limit Creep
Page 4
Harry J. Elston

Pages 5-6

5. Biowaste policy and program development
Pages 7-12
Daniel J. Hurley, Celeste Caskey and Bernadette C. Menuey

6. Remediating anthrax-contaminated sites: Learning from the past to
protect the future
Pages 13-19
Dorothy A. Canter

7. Occupational health categorization and compound handling practice
systems—roots, application and future
Pages 20-26
Allan W. Ader, John P. Farris and Robert H. Ku

8. The use of microwave ovens with flammable liquids
Pages 27-32
Barbara L. Foster and Michael E. Cournoyer

9. Measuring toxic gases generated from reaction of guanidine
isothiocyanate-containing reagents with bleach
Pages 33-38
Samuel Paik and Xiaomao Wu

10. Code corner
Pages 39-40

11. Real numbers
Page 41

12. The decline of the “why” factor
Page 42

13. Should there be a loss of cabin pressure, an overhead compartment
Page 43

14. OSHA's direction
Page 44

15. News & Views
Pages 45-46
Neal Langerman

16. Sticky situations
Page 47

Page 48

Pages 49-50

19. Confessions of a recovered unsafe act’er
Page 51

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