Date: Wed, 3 Aug 2011 20:21:18 -0400
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From: Lindsey Kayman <lindsey.kayman**At_Symbol_Here**GMAIL.COM>
Subject: Re: Recent Accidents in College Level and beyond Chemistry Lab
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Mary Ellen, Check out the incidents on this page: ratorySafetyIncidents.aspx Lindsey Lindsey Kayman, CIH, LEED AP (O+M) On Wed, Aug 3, 2011 at 7:23 PM, Mary Ellen A Scott wrote: > Greetings, > Our department chair would like a survey of the most recent (past 5 yrs) > accidents in a college chemistry laboratory as part of a presentation to > the incoming chemistry graduate students. Our students will both assist in > teaching the undergraduate labs and begin their research. I am aware of > the tragic event regarding Sheri Sangi but not other accidents specific t o > a Chemistry lab. If you would are willing to share any that you know, I > will compile the information and make it available to the DCHAS-L. > Thank you, > Mary Ellen > > -- > Mary Ellen Scott, PhD. > Safety Specialist II > Case Western Reserve University > EHS - Environmental Health and Safety > Service Building 1st Floor Rm 113 > 2220 Circle Dr. > Cleveland, OH 44106-7227 > 216-368-6077 > 216-368-2236 (Fax) > maryellen.scott**At_Symbol_Here** > *=93There is no science without fancy and no art without fact=94 - Vlad imir > Nabokov* (1899-1977) > > > --20cf307d06aeac2f0a04a9a2f56f

Mary Ellen,
Check out the incidents on this page:
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Lindsey Kayman, CIH, LEED AP (O+M)


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