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Subject: Contents of Chemical Health and Safety Volume 12, Issue 5,
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Chemical Health and Safety
Volume 12, Issue 5,  Pages 2-44 (September-October 2005)

2. Getting by (with a little help from our friends) Page 3
Harry J. Elston

3. Ongoing development of a chemical/biological inventory and safety  
management solution for Temple University  Pages 4-8
Jay Rappaport and James Lichtman

4. ChemTracker Consortium – The higher education collaboration for  
chemical inventory management and regulatory reporting Pages 9-14
L.M. Gibbs

5. Chemical inventory management: The key to controlling hazardous  
materials  Pages 15-20
Michael E. Cournoyer, Marvin M. Maestas, Donivan R. Porterfield and  
Patrick Spink

6. The Chemical Inventory Management System in academia  Pages 21-25
Barbara L. Foster

7. Assessing environmental contamination by cytoxic drugs  Pages 26-28
Celeste Caskey, Daniel J. Hurley and Raymond R. Liguori

8. Code corner  Pages 29-30

9. Scenario planning Page 31

10. Definitions of chemical poisoning Page 32

11. Tours & visitors—How to plan and what should you allow? Page 33

12. EPA's particulate matter pollution standards Page 34

13. News & Views  Pages 35-37

14. IMSHALLAH Page 38

15. UPCOMING EVENTS  Pages 39-40

16. What's in it for me? Page 41

17. Author's Guide  Pages 42-43

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