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Date: Thu, 10 Jun 2010 10:45:12 -0400
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From: Secretary ACS DCHAS <secretary**At_Symbol_Here**DCHAS.ORG>
Subject: Re: US_IL: CHEMICAL FIRE WILL COST SIU $1M
Date: June 10, 2010 10:40:25
[DCHAS-L] US_IL: CHEMICAL FIRE WILL COST SIU $1M
I must agree with Dan. Looking for someone to blame is
unproductive, but implying that this is an acceptable risk is
disgusting. Thankfully, there were no injuries or loss of life. The
costs below do not include loss of research, loss of research material,
loss of data on hard disks down the hall due to soot, interruption to
teaching, research and other activities in that building, relocation of
occupants during recovery and rebuilding, etc.
education has spent the last decade putting sprinklers in all residence
halls. Now we need to do the same for laboratories. (This was an
unsprinklered lab.) It would be interesting to survey colleges and
universities to see what % of labs are sprinklered.
Director, Office of
Environmental Health & Safety
135 College St., Suite
New Haven, CT
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