Date: Mon, 20 Jul 2009 22:13:38 -0500
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From: Harry Elston <helston**At_Symbol_Here**FGI.NET>
Subject: What is happening at your Journal?

There are some exciting developments happening at the Journal of Chemical Health & Safety!

The next issue of JCHAS (July/August) is already available on ScienceDirect - all division members have access to the on-line edition of the journal.  The online edition is exactly the same as the print edition and all content is available to download in color PDF.

In this issue:

Optimizing your company's GHS Deployment

The Challenges of Chemical Safety Training

Fire and explosions: An invited essay

Laboratory Scale Process Management

Along with the our expert columnists - it's an issue that you don't want to miss!


The first five years of Chemical Health & Safety (the precursor to JCHAS) are now available at:

Access is FREE.  There are some real treasures-in-print here such as:

Richard Kelly's peroxide article - one of the finest reviews of peroxide safety available and still requested about a half-dozen times a year.

Eileen Segal's contact lens article.  Her diligent work on this topic helped pave the way to a NIOSH Current Intelligence Bulletin that address the use of contact lenses  with goggles.


Do you have something that is working for you that everyone should know about?  How about a case study that you want to discuss?  I would like to encourage you to submit an article to JCHAS for review and publication.  The author's guide is available at:

All articles need to be submitted via EES and must be in Word or Wordperfect.  More information is on the EES site.

Enjoy your journal!



Harry J. Elston, Ph.D., CIH

Principal, Midwest Chemical Safety, LLC

Editor, Journal of Chemical Health & Safety

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