Date: Tue, 14 Jun 2011 19:18:36 -0700
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Subject: Art Safety Book
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This came across my inbox today.  Given the number of people with interest in the subject of safety in the art studio, I thought I would share the information.  I am making no claim as to the quality – I have not reviewed it.


On sale for $80 - now through July 31st!
Click here to purchase
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The American Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works
(AIC) and the Society for the Preservation of Natural History
Collections have jointed forces on the ultimate reference book for
museum professionals: Health and Safety for Museum Professionals, edited
by Catharine Hawks, Michael McCann, Kathyrn Makos, Lisa Goldberg, David
Hinkamp, Dennis Ertel, and Patricia Silence.

This comprehensive volume is treated in three parts:
Part 1: Principles of Safety and Health - fire protection, occupational
hazards, and waste management.
Part 2: Specific Hazards (particulates, chemical hazards, and toxins,
physical, mechanical, and electrical hazards, and radiation).
Part 3: Museum Work (facilities management, emergency salvage,
collections management, fieldwork, conservation and restoration, and
exhibit protection and maintenance).

The nineteen chapters were written by top specialists in their field.
This hardcover book is nearly 650 pages and is sure to be heavily used
at your museum!

Purchase the book by July 31 at a promotional price of $80. Starting in
August, the price will be $95.
Health and Safety for Museum Professionals
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- available at University Products
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Susan H. Butts, Ph.D.
Senior Collections Manager
Division of Invertebrate Paleontology
Yale Peabody Museum
170 Whitney Avenue
PO Box 208118
New Haven, CT 06520-8118

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