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Subject: Boston CHAS abstracts: Sci-Mix

Sci-Mix

CHAS 17
Did I really just see that?
Frankie Wood-Black, TA 3002, ConocoPhillips, 600 N. Dairy Ashford,  
Houston,
TX 77079, Frankie.K.Wood-Black**At_Symbol_Here**conocophillips.com

You have just had a long day at the laboratory and are winding down.  
You have the television on watching one of those CSI programs or may  
be something on the Discovery Channel. While you know they are taking  
a bit of poetic license with the science you are able to escape from  
the daily grind  except  Did you really just see them do that? Are  
they really taking those risks? Come and see if you can spot the  
hazard in these frames from your favorite television programs.

CHAS 18
Safety: It's not just for the birds
Timothy Black, 6855 Lake Road, Ponca City, OK 74604,
bmxer797**At_Symbol_Here**hotmail.com

Humor has a way of providing a different outlook on life. Humor also  
gives us a chance to look at our behavior and actions in a non- 
critical way. This poster will provide a humorous look at various  
safety considerations through the eyes of our avian counterparts. You  
just might get a rubber duck!

CHAS 19
Where's the hazard?
Frankie Wood-Black, TA 3002, ConocoPhillips, 600 N. Dairy Ashford,  
Houston,
TX 77079, Frankie.K.Wood-Black**At_Symbol_Here**conocophillips.com

Most of us flip through a magazine and don't even think twice about  
what is pictured there. However, in the world of chemical health and  
safety  these depictions can be dangerous. Can you spot the hazard  
in these common photos?

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