Why should anyone have to "navigate" by themselves during such an emergency? Did they make the decision to work alone? Where they allowed to be in a hazardous area totally alone? What does prudent practice suggest? I have my answers to these questions. What are yours? W. H. "Jack" Breazeale MAILING ADDRESS: Adjunct Professor of Chemistry, College of Charleston 715 High Battery Circle Instructor, Laboratory Safety Institute Mount Pleasant, SC 29464 Home: 843 884 6939 Cell: 843 830 2714 Fax: 843 856 2856 Email: BreazealeW**At_Symbol_Here**cofc.edu (NOTE NEW EMAIL ADDRESS) ________________________________ From: DCHAS-L Discussion List on behalf of List Moderator Sent: Wed 11/30/2005 1:26 PM To: DCHAS-L**At_Symbol_Here**LIST.UVM.EDU Subject: Re: [DCHAS-L] safety shower location From: "Debbie Decker"
Date: November 30, 2005 11:51:43 AM EST Subject: RE: [DCHAS-L] safety shower location Not to be too much of curmudgeon (Jay has a lock on that title!) and (really) not seeking to prolong this thread..... But what is "normal walking pace" when someone has goop in their eyes and they're trying to navigate through the lab to the EW/SS? Debbie
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