Date: Tue, 27 Mar 2007 15:49:27 -0400
Reply-To: Al Hazari <ahazari**At_Symbol_Here**UTK.EDU>
Sender: DCHAS-L Discussion List <DCHAS-L**At_Symbol_Here**LIST.UVM.EDU>
From: Al Hazari <ahazari**At_Symbol_Here**UTK.EDU>
Subject: Re: Chemistry magic show safety guidelines
Comments: To: Diane Amell
In-Reply-To: <s609247f.035**At_Symbol_Here**>

Check out the many pubs (many downloable) of the ACS Committee on 
Chemical Safety.

Dr. Al Hazari, Chair
ACS Committee on Chemical Safety

Director of Chemistry Labs
University of Tennessee, Knoxville


Diane Amell wrote:
> ACS developed the "NCW and Community Actitivity Safety Guidelines"
> several years back. They are located at
> - Diane Amell, MNOSHA
>>>> List Moderator  3/27/2007 12:00 PM >>>
> Can anyone help Katie out with this?
> - Ralph
>     From:       kblass**At_Symbol_Here**MIT.EDU
>     Subject:     Chemistry magic show safety guidelines
>     Date:     March 26, 2007 1:19:29 PM EDT
> Hi Ralph
> A few years ago we sponsored an ACS chemistry magic show at MIT and  
> they had safety guidelines.  I've been searching for these and also  
> asked the MIT Chemistry dept if they could check. No luck so far and  
> we need these to guide folks who want to do a few demos for kids  
> during the Cambridge Science Festival. Any clues to help find these  
> are much appreciated!
> Thanks
> Katie Blass
> MIT EHS Office N52-496
> main 617-452-3477
> direct 617-253-9495

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