From: "Secretary, ACS Division of Chemical Health and Safety" <secretary**At_Symbol_Here**DCHAS.ORG>
Subject: [DCHAS-L] More SD technical presentations
Date: April 5, 2012 9:43:36 AM EDT
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More powerpoint presentations are available on the CHAS web site at

They include presentations on safety as part of the academic teaching and research environment, managing chemical safety issues in the government and commercial sectors, and design issues associated with fire codes in a new building (specific titles below).

Thanks to all of the authors for their work in providing this information to the Division!

- Ralph

Developing effective safety training for a changing audience. D. M. Decker

Building a research support team. K. Jeskie

Challenges and solutions of research operations at Oak Ridge National Lab. J. Pickel

Challenges and solutions for research operations at commercial high risk facilities. S. Hiza

Designing for scientific facilities flexibility and high chemical loading while maintaining compliance with recent fire codes. K. Jeskie, D. Freels

Managing the interface between research organizations and design, construction, and move teams. J. M. Pickel

Changing a culture: Improving chemical laboratory safety at Texas Tech University
Dominick J. Casadonte

Impact of laboratory accidents on chemical health and safety policies and safety culture at academic institutions
Miriam Weil

Using transparency to increase awareness of chemical hazards in university laboratories: Evaluation of web-based resources
Miriam W. Weil

Setting the bar: An approach to undergraduate safety education
Robin Izzo

Chemistry is not a "zero-exposure" profession: Introducing solid risk-management principles and the "inherently safer" mindset to chemistry students
Harry J Elston

Hazard identification and risk analysis for chemical research laboratories: Adapting the chemical industry's approach to the needs of academia
David J. Leggett

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