Date: Tue, 18 Jan 2011 15:21:18 -0500
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From: Anne Skinner <Anne.R.Skinner**At_Symbol_Here**WILLIAMS.EDU>
Subject: Re: access to chemical stockroom
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Pat -- Call as a+; suitably trained research students are also allowed to get chemicals from the stockroom; they have to get a key first so someone knows what they are taking.  Seriously hazardous materials and what I refer to as 'attractive nuisances' (something that someone might be tempted to play with) are not in the stockroom but in a separately locked room.


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