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Subject: Re: [DCHAS-L] New video from UCSD
Date: September 12, 2012 11:46:46 PM EDT
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That poster appeared in the background of a several photos shown in the course of different DCHAS ACS talks in Philadelphia this month and was also brought up in the post-session discussion period.    In fact, we've sold these to set dressers for various TV shows and movies (The Green Lantern was the most recent one).   They are always looking for stuff to hang up in the laboratory and EHS office scenes.    Definitely a popular poster.

They are sold by Carolina Biological Supply Company as well as my own company, Safety Emporium [insert relevant disclaimers here].  Linda will sell them to you direct as well, of course, but her web site is not commerce-enabled.  ($12.00 + shipping)  ($12.00 to $16.00 depending on volume; free shipping)

Safety Emporium also offers an instant-download unlimited site license which allows you to print unlimited copies for one physical location.   Linda and I set that up so folks could put a copy in every lab without breaking their budgets.   ($60.00 instant electronic download site license).

Rob Toreki

PS:  Catch me at a meeting sometime, buy me a beer and I'll tell you great stories about what other production companies have sought from my company over the years.  My favorite was the four sets of glassware one bought for an episode of ABC's Greeks.  The script called for the college chemistry student character to smash his distillation apparatus to bits.  Had to give them some safety warnings once I found out what they were doing with it!

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On Sep 12, 2012, at 4:51 PM, George Walton wrote:

There is a fairly old poster that compares eye protection =96 safety glasses with vented side shields, safety glasses with nonvented side shields, Visorgogs =AE, impact safety goggles and chemical splash goggles.  It was prepared by Dr. Linda Stroud and is available, I think, at  We use it in training to illustrate graphically what different items actually do.
George Walton
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From: DCHAS-L Discussion List [mailto:dchas-l**At_Symbol_Here**MED.CORNELL.EDU] On Behalf Of Harvey, Doug
Sent: Wednesday, March 28, 2012 1:12 PM
Subject: [DCHAS-L] New video from UCSD
Dear Colleagues,
Here is a new safety video from UCSD called Splash Zone. It was produced by Dr. Haim Weizman.
All the best,
Douglas Harvey
Environment, Health & Safety, CCHO
Chemical Safety Officer
University of California, San Diego
Office phone:  (858) 822-1579
Cell phone:  (858) 583-3257
Mail code:  0089

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