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Subject: [DCHAS-L] New articles in Journal of Chemical Health and Safety available on ScienceDirect
Date: September 25, 2012 10:14:14 AM EDT
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Journal of Chemical Health and Safety
Volume 19, Issue 5, Pages 1-70, September-October 2012

A critical evaluation of material safety data sheets (MSDSs) for engineered nanomaterials Original Research Article
Pages 1-8
Adrienne Eastlake, Laura Hodson, Charles Geraci, Carlos Crawford

Lab-HIRA: Hazard identification and risk analysis for the chemical research laboratory: Part 1. Preliminary hazard evaluation Original Research Article
Pages 9-24
David J. Leggett

Lab-HIRA: Hazard identification and risk analysis for the chemical research laboratory. Part 2. Risk analysis of laboratory operations Original Research Article
Pages 25-36
David J. Leggett

Potential overpressure of tetrachlorosilane when sealed with rubber septa Original Research Article
Pages 37-38
Benjamin M.D. O'Driscoll, Michael A. Morris

Microscopic analysis of glovebox glove failures and breaches Original Research Article
Pages 39-46
Michael E. Cournoyer, Stanley Trujillo, Cynthia L. Blask

Learning and retention of chemical safety training information: A comparison of classroom versus computer-based formats on a college campus Original Research Article
Pages 47-55
James H. Withers, Steven A. Freeman, Eunice Kim

Toxic tips: Ethylene glycol
Pages 56-57
William E. Luttrell, Nicholas L. Conley

Laboratory accidents, and safety program review
Pages 58-59
David Rainer

Taking point
Pages 60
John DeLaHunt

Designing a Safe Process—It's Just About Engineering and Chemistry!
Pages 61-62
Dennis C. Hendershot

Things to remember…
Pages 63
Frankie Wood-Black

Legislate safety? Original Research Article
Pages 64-65
Neal Langerman

Be Prepared
Pages 66
Harry J. Elston

Pioneers in Chemical Safety
Pages 69-70
Robert Alaimo

Guide for Authors

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