Subject: [DCHAS-L] Safety Culture in Academic Institutions
Date: April 5, 2012 9:29:54 PM EDT
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The American Chemical Society’s Committee on Chemical Safety has produced an excellent publication Creating Safety Cultures in the Academic Institutions.  The final, approved version is available to download in PDF format at . The full production version will be available in a few months. 


The document provides guidance, suggestions, examples, and recommendations that will help strengthen the safety culture in two- and four-year undergraduate, graduate, and postdoctoral programs.

It identifies:


Bob Hill and his Team did a superb job in creating this timely, cogent report.  It is well worth reading and sharing with your physical science departments and your administration.




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