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Subject: [DCHAS-L] Journal of Chemical Health and Safety Volume 19, Issue 4
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New Volume/Issue is now available on ScienceDirect Journal of Chemical Health and Safety Volume 19, Issue 4,

The Slow Grind of Justice Harry J. Elston

CSHEMA and CHAS: Partners in safety - Partners in excellence Bruce D. Backus

Lessons earned from implementation of a formal laboratory decommissioning program at Emory University Original Research Article Dionna N. Thomas

Leveraging organizational structure in safety and emergency preparedness programs Original Research Article David Farris

Laboratory self-inspection program participation as an indication of improved safety culture at Emory University Original Research Article Kalpana Rengarajan

Laboratory safety culture: Summary of the chemical education research and practice - Safety in chemistry education panel discussion at the 46th Midwest and 39th Great Lakes Joint Regional American Chemical Society Meeting, St. Louis, Missouri, on October 21, 2011 Original Research Article Bruce D. Backus, Ken Fivizzani, Tom Goodwin, David Finster, Ed Austin, William Doub, Susan D. Wiediger, Steve Kinsley

Traditional RCRA and Subpart K: UNC-CH's foray into the waste management weeds Original Research Article Daniel W. Elliott, Mary Beth Koza, Steven D. Parker, Michael D. Long

Lead shielding in hot labs and bunkers: There is exposure Original Research Article Denise Daggett

2011 Higher Education Emergency Management Survey Original Research Article Dennis K. Sullivan

CSHEMA 2011 extended abstracts:
Assessment of hygienic quality of surfaces in retail food-service establishments Paul Allwood

Closing the gap: Building bridges between operations and environmental protection Rebecca Anderson

Emergency response communication issues: Lessons learned Peter Ashbrook

Controlling exposure to laboratory animal allergens Michael L. Austin

Hot topics in emergency management Mark Bagby

Know "where to go" in emergencies Mark Bagby

EHS is from Mars, sustainability is from Venus: Sustainability relationship building Thomas Balf

Refresher hands-on training program for a biosafety level 3 laboratory Thomas Boyle, Marta Figueroa, Jessica McCormick

Hot topics in EHS Bruce Backus

Project safety analysis: A tool for reducing risk on campus David Breeding

A comprehensive plan to reduce water damage losses Neil Carlson

- Nanomaterials: The low down dirty of wipe sampling and spill response Celeste Caskey, Chris Kolbash

- A user-centric communications model for reducing employee incident rates John Covely

- Wellness: The fourth component of EHS Kathleen Susie Claxton

- Lead in hot labs and bunkers Denise Daggett

- Building a solid information system and opening the door to process improvements John Dahlstrom

- An overview of the CCFS comprehensive online fire incident reporting data system John DeLaHunt, Paul Martin

- Testing and performance verification methodologies for biological safety level 3 laboratories Lou DiBernardinis, Farhad Memarzadeh

- Designing greater efficiency and safety into a lab using risk-based methods Bryan Dile

- Energy conservation in laboratories: Little things that make a big difference Bill Diesslin

- Nine universities, six health institutions, unlimited possibilities Patrick Durbin

- Traditional RCRA or subpart K: The tale of one institution's foray into the waste management weeds Daniel Elliott

- Development and implementation of a laser safety program Rodrick Esaw, Steve Arehart, Patty Olinger, Meagan Parrott, Kalpana Rengarajan, Dionna Thomas

- Environmental management and sustainability system David Farris

- Emergency preparedness: A new approach to institutional readiness David Farris

- Creating a contractor safety program Susan Fern-MacDougall

- Commissioning a biological safety level 3 laboratory: A team building experience Marta Figueroa

- Engaging EHS in facilities design and construction Mark Freiberg, Greg Haet

- The utilization of campus compliance management software Stephen Fisenne

- Developing and maintaining a university fire prevention and safety plan that works James Gibbs

- A guide for academic research use of nanomaterials Larry Gibbs

- Laboratory safety: Progress and challenges James Gibson

- Development of a comprehensive hazardous materials management program David Gillum, Brad Manning, Suzanne Pisano

- Energy isolation lockout tagout for higher education James N. Gilson

- CSHEMA benchmarking and safety climate surveys Marc Gomez, Janet Gutierrez, Robert Ott

- Building and development of a environmental management facility Donna Hall

- A model change for irradiator management Julie Hanlon, Joseph Ring

- Sustainability at Macalester college Suzanne Hansen

- A transgenic rodent management program Bob Hashimoto, Brandon DiFrancisci, Krystyna Kosakiewicz, Sara Souza

- When your little urban stream becomes a national test case for defining storm water as pollution Todd Houts

- Optimizing laboratory inspections at the rockefeller university with real-time reporting tools Mary House, Frank Schaefer

- Preserving EHS priorities in difficult economic times David Inyang

- Effectively working with faculty for safety compliance Susan Christy, Christine Judal

- Effects of safety training programs on workforce risk perceptions Sean G. Kaufman

- Slips, trips, and falls: A five-year trend analysis at a large research institution Brad King

- The management of animal handling Mary Beth Koza

- Using excel to help you analyze injury data Jon Kruyne

- Pharmaceutical waste becoming universal waste? John Kuhn

- Design considerations for waste rooms Michael Labosky

- Engaging your audien The use of audience response systems in safety and health training seminars Julie LaRose

- Emergency eyewash/shower testing program John Lemanski

- Implementing NFPA 70E for arc flash safety Daryn Lewellyn

- Making tabletop exercises interesting and realistic Wayne Maines

- Modular facilities: A cost-effective option for biosafety level 3 laboratories Bethzayda Matos

- Layers of communication: Success and confidences Tim Means, Madelyn Miller, Peter Schneider, Dennis Sullivan

- A case study in automating oversight of the a university environmental management system Karrie Myer, Steve Nelson

- Implementation of a green laboratory pilot program Dennis Nolan

- A collaborative approach to lab safety training Michael Ochs

- The great debate: Smartphones at work? Amy Orders

- Office ergonomics program evaluation Robert Ott

- Environmental stewardship: The lifecycle of waste management Andy Phelan, Jeffrey Sacre

Laboratory self-inspection program participation as an indication of improved safety culture Kaplana Rengarajan, Steve Arehart, Rodrick Esaw, Patty Olinger, Meagan Parrott, Dionna Thomas

Lessons learned from implementation of formal decommissioning process Kalpana Rengarajan, Steve Arehart, Rodrick Esaw, Patty Olinger, Meagan Parrott, Dionna Thomas

A review and discussion of NFPA codes related to live theater and performance Bill Reynolds

Improving your fire alarm systems and monitoring James Robinson

Subpart K: Should your institution opt in or out? Sarah Sajedi

Requirements for continuous gas leak detection systems Luis Samaniego

Lessons learned from a shooting on campus Peter Schneider

Lead in construction James Sillhart

FBI weapons of mass destruction directorate presentation William So, Edward You

What is your lab GPA? A unique approach to lab safety inspections and increased compliance K.Lee Stone

Trends in emergency management in higher education Dennis Sullivan

Establishing a universal waste recycling program Scott Thibodeau

Keeping your EHS program business relevant William VanSchalkwyk

Beryllium contamination characterization Tom Wessels

It's gettin' hot in here Carol Wilkins-Hall, Kelly Young

Using data to drive safety management: The enterprise risk management information system Erike Young

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