Date: Wed, 16 Aug 2006 01:57:45 -0400
Reply-To: Mary Ann Solstad <MSolstad**At_Symbol_Here**COMCAST.NET>
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From: Mary Ann Solstad <MSolstad**At_Symbol_Here**COMCAST.NET>
Subject: Re: Special Feature: Staying Well - Safety in the Lab
Comments: To: List Moderator

Thanks for Larry Doemeny, (and ouir moderator) for posting that
great article from AAAS about lab safety.  To all the points raised,
I say "Amen"..  I'm not actively working in safety now, but I recall
some pretty risky things done in labs I've tried to help.

Mary Ann Solstad  (former CIH)
95% retired

At 04:25 PM 8/15/2006, List Moderator wrote:
>An interesting lab safety article from the AAAS "Science Careers"
>publication. There are three more original articles available at the
>bottom of the article. Thanks to Larry Doemeny for pointing out the
>Special Feature: Staying Well - Safety in the Lab
>James Austin
>United States
>4 August 2006
>As an early-career scientist or science trainee, you've got more
>important things on your mind than laboratory safety. You've got
>experiments to finish, new techniques to learn, .....-snip-

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