Date: Wed, 2 Aug 2006 21:35:46 -0500
Reply-To: Harry Elston <helston**At_Symbol_Here**FGI.NET>
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From: Harry Elston <helston**At_Symbol_Here**FGI.NET>
Subject: What's on tap for JCHAS Aug/September 2006
Comments: To: SAFETY

Good morning everyone!

The August/September 2006 issue of the Journal of Chemical Health & 
Safety will feature:

Factors Influencing the High Efficiency Aerosol Extinguisher fire 
suppression efficiency

Gearing up for Entry Level Employee Success in the Sciences

Fundamentals for developing effective safety training

Physiologic effects and measurement of CO2 and O2 levels during 
qualitative respirator fit testing

Use and misuse of chemical reactivity spreadsheets.

EPA's Proposed Academic Rule discussion.

The Journal of Chemical Health & Safety is the peer reviewed journal 
of the Division of Chemical Health and Safety of the American 
Chemical Society published by Elsevier Science.  The journal is 
available by joining the Division of Chemical Health & Safety, and 
members also enjoy on-line access to the journal at no additional charge.

JCHAS has an open manuscript submission policy.  All submitted 
manuscripts will be read for content appropriate for the journal and 
sent on for peer review.  Do you have a great idea that should be 
shared in the community?  Consider JCHAS as your source for the 
finest chemical safety information.




Harry J. Elston, Ph.D., CIH
Principal - Midwest Chemical Safety

Editor, Chemical Health & Safety

"When a committee is in charge, no one is in charge."
	Elston's management axiom #3

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