Date: Wed, 6 Jul 2011 10:12:35 -0400
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From: Craig Calvert <CCalvert**At_Symbol_Here**FANDO.COM>
Subject: Re: CHO Certification Exam Study Aid
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Hello Keelah,

I would suggest reading Prudent Practices in the Laboratory.

The university of Wisconsin also has a very detailed safety manual that I a
lso use.

Good luck,

Craig Calvert, PhD, NRCC-CHO
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Subject: [DCHAS-L] CHO Certification Exam Study Aid


    Does anyone have any study aid suggestions for the chemical hygiene off
icer certification exam? I am planning on taking the exam, along with the w
orkshop, at the Fall ACS meeting. Any information would be extremely helpfu

Thanks in advance,


Wakeelah Cheatom
Analyst, QC Product Testing (Analytical Chemistry)
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