Date: Tue, 17 Jul 2007 10:32:05 -0400
Reply-To: Joe Crockett <jcrocket**At_Symbol_Here**BRIDGEWATER.EDU>
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From: Joe Crockett <jcrocket**At_Symbol_Here**BRIDGEWATER.EDU>
Subject: Re: Request for Advice on Chemical Hygiene
Comments: To: rebelford**At_Symbol_Here**UALR.EDU
In-Reply-To: <f56d86e413dd6.469cb929**At_Symbol_Here**>

I tape over nearly all bottle labels when they arrive using the wide 
packing tape. I don't know if this would solve the problem there.

Joe C

At 08:42 AM 7/17/2007, rebelford**At_Symbol_Here**UALR.EDU wrote:
>I am in Thailand and the day after I arrived I ran a one day 
>workshop on Information and Communication Technologies as the fourth 
>day of a five day nation wide workshop for high school teachers.  I 
>included a section on MSDS and Chemical Hygiene, and on the 
>following day I was given written questions by the "adjun" 
>(teachers).  Although only a minor part of my workshop was on 
>chemical hygiene, every question but one dealt with either chemical 
>hygiene issues or green chemistry.
>It appears that in this humid land (full of black mold) there is a 
>propensity for labels to disintegrate off bottles in school stock 
>rooms, and I was asked what to do.  So, I am asking if anyone has 
>any web based (or other) protocols for dealing with unlabeled 
>containers that I could share.  I would really appreciate any input 
>as these are great people whom I believe have far greater problems 
>than we do when it come to chemical hygiene issues and they do care.
>I really appreciate any input and help.
>Bob Belford
>Robert E. Belford
>Department of Chemistry
>University of Arkansas at Little Rock

Joseph M Crockett
Professor of Chemistry
Bridgewater College of Virginia
Bridgewater, VA 22812

McKinney Center for Science and Mathematics - Office 307


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