Date: Wed, 20 Jul 2011 11:08:47 -0400
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From: "L. Scott Williams" <lscott**At_Symbol_Here**FRONTIERSCI.COM>
Subject: Re: New video from UCSD
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Quoting "Harvey, Doug" :

> Dear all,
> I hope your week is going well.
> Here is the latest effort from UCSD which is directed at supporting   
> undergraduate laboratory training:    
> The style is very much like the previous two videos that were   
> produced at UCSD. It is not intended to be a standalone training   
> video but rather a tool in support of our existing safety programs.
> It was officially rolled out to our safety committee on 7/14. We   
> have two more projects in the pipeline.
> Have a great week,
> Doug Harvey

Dear Doug,

This video was one of the best on lab safety that I've seen!
If you guys are working on more videos, go to 29 CFR 1910.1450 page  
494, general lab rules, and do a right vs. consequences on each of the  
I used YouTube videos as a training method for these rules but I could not
find real solid examples of each. There are too many videos that portray lab
safety as a game or a comedy instead of lessons that can save a life.  
It's funny
videos on CPR aren't comical-simply informative.

Good Luck,

L. Scott Williams
Safety Manager, Frontier Scientific, Inc.

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