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Date: April 8, 2013 3:08:27 PM EDT
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Can you remind me how to access these articles?  Several of them sound very useful.
Thank you.
Charlotte J. Head, P.E.
industrial environmental consultant
Six Prospect Avenue
North Kingstown, RI 02852
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In a message dated 04/08/2013 8:12:02 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time, secretary**At_Symbol_Here**DCHAS.ORG writes:
Journal of Chemical Health and Safety New Articles in Press, 1 April-7 April 2013
CSHEMA 2012 Extended Abstracts

1. Does your emergency notification system look like a jigsaw puzzle?   
Mark Bagby, Blake Robertson

2. Parvovirus and pinworm decontamination for laboratory spaces and equipment   
Rob Ott, Paul Lorcheim

3. All-hazard emergency management program   
Ben Kuo

4.. Soil permits: It's not a dirty word   
Bethzayda Matos

5. Preparing for an OSHA audit   
John Clendenin, Daniel Garcia

6. Laser safety program development and implementation   
Gary Spichiger

7. Laboratory safety compliance kit   
Stephen Fisenne

8. Export compliance and shipment screening   
Kevin Charbonneau, SriniVasan, Charles Borromeo

9. Benefits of voluntary EHS liaisons to a small EHS department   
Peter Jayasekara

10. A comprehensive laboratory research safety program   
Rebecca Neill

11. Applying the new GHS Hazard Communication Standard   
Dale Plemmons

12. Building a Campus CERT program   
James Caesar

13. Bomb incident management planning   
Michael Alsup

14. Emergency action plans as campus force multiplier   
Lynn Daley

15. Practical ways to accomplish what the ACS has recommended in their recent publication: "Creating Safety Cultures in Academic Institutions"   
Joy Diaz

16. Mercury emissions from a synthetic gym floor   
Zehra Schneider Graham

17. Safety challenges in interdisciplinary labs
Deborah Wolfe-Lopez

18. Transitioning hazardous waste vendors
Niamh Kelly

19. UST training and inspection program implementation
Leslie Hubble

20. Utilizing new tools to engage educate and protect
Kara Franke

21. Is your EHS department involved in event planning?
Wayne Maines

22. Management of hazardous drugs waste generated in university hospitals
Bill Brewer, Andrea Antell

23. Cultivating partnerships in laboratory safety
Robin Izzo

24. Safety audits using a 360-degree audit method
Jay Brakensiek

25. Implementing safety environmental inspections for facilities management
Leslie Hubble, Tiffany Dothard

26. Advanced rainwater harvesting and stormwater
William Hunt

27. Comparison of chemical disinfectants
Bruce Finlay

28. Expanding EHS programs beyond your comfort zone
Wayne Maines

29. Partnering for EHS success
Heather Randol

30. The implementation of a PI lab safety workshop
Aisha Lawrence

31. After the tornado: Campus is fine, but our town is gone
Marcy Huey

32.. Greenhouse gas reporting
Zhanna Davidovitz

33. Managing research security in academia
Maureen Kotlas

34. An after-action review of a chemical release
Brad King

35. Smartphones in action
Amy Orders

36. Building lab safety programs: A step at a time
Amanda Gray

37. Lessons learned from a hydrogen fluoride release
David Hinton

38. Leveraging technology to enhance safety
John Fellers

39. Moving the bar: The conduct of safe science!
Larry Gibbs

40. The status of higher education emergency management
Dennis Sullivan

41. Campus vulnerability assessment team
Andre Le Duc, Ken Kato

42. Sustainable approach to addressing liabilities in urban campus expansion
Kelly McQueeney, Russell Abell

43. Theory and practice of social marketing in changing attitudes and behaviors
John Covely

44. Air regulations 201
Kristine Rossmiller

45. Reducing energy consumption while satisfying laboratory life safety requirements
Joe Rizkallah, Jonathan Eisenberg, Andy Thul

46. Crisis communications plans and message mapping
Mark Bagby

47. Data mining EH&S information
Bruce Backus

48. Cultivating communities of practice
Amy Orders

49. Off-campus field work. What could go wrong?
Hector Acuna

50. The FBI's academic chemical security initiative
John Taylor

51. Risk communication toolbox
Dennis Elmore

52. Review of five types of laboratory incidents
Markus Schaufele

53. Shop safety: A comprehensive and innovative approach
Robert Klein, Steven Girvin, Peter Reinhardt

54. Hazardous materials and building materials reuse
Michael Burke

55. Outcomes of a Laboratory Safety Workshop
James Gibson

56. Practical emergency management for smaller schools
Kathy Hargis, Troy Harris

57. Case for developing online lockout tagout training
Jaime Davis

58. Effective emergency communications - NFPA 72-2010
Wayne D. Moore

59. Controlled substance disposal
Keith Duval

60. Implementation of a HH3 and HH4 gas safety program
Mark DiNardo

61. Identifying opportunities for improvement
Dionna Thomas

62. Sharepoint =E2=80" What's new
Karie-Ann Myer

63. MRI safety in a clinical setting
James Bukowski, Johns Hopkins

64. Why people survive
Dennis Sullivan

65. Wrapping up pharmaceutical waste
Andrea McNair, De'AnneMeeh

66. Laboratory self-inspections and EHS validation
Kalpana Rengarajan

67. Good inventory is hard to find
JoAnn Ranslow, Suzanne Pisano

68. The power of an integrated information system
John Dahlstrom, Desmond Nolan

69. Contracted medical services for a comprehensive occupational health program
John DeLaHunt, Thomas Murph

70. Adventures in fall protection
Julie LaRose

71. Contractor safety: Why is important on campus
Ryan Fendrich

72. Retooling laboratory safety with new solutions
Christopher Pitoscia

73. University safety resources benchmark survey
Jennifer Root

74. Cost-effective measures to reduce risk
David Silberman, Keith Perry, Chris Shay

75. Managing EHS compliance in the laboratory
Tom Russell

76. Benefit of getting supervisors involved in accident investigations
Tiffany Dothard

77. Smart Labs: Reducing laboratory energy consumption
Marc Gomez, Dick Sun

78. GIS for EHS
Cathy Brennan

79. Organization structure of EH&S program
Richard Le

80. Small colleges and university discussion
Kristine Rossmiller

81. Use of CD decontamination chambers in vivariums
Tyler Mattson

82. Challenges and insights of creating a safety program abroad   Original Research Article

Marne Smith, Brandon Chance, G. Benjamin Cieslinski

83. CSHEMA 2013 extended abstracts

84. Getting traction on slip and fall injuries
Erike Young, Laurie Roloff

85. Toxic chemical spill in a research building
Benjamin Richards

86. Air regulations
Kristine Rossmiller, Gene Taylor

87. An undergraduate EH&S seminar for chemistry majors
Mark Banister

88. Novel approach to compressed gas safety training
Rick Bauer

89. The EHS professional's role in ERM
Erike Young

90. UNC safety campaign. Part 1: Surveying the audience
John Covely

92. High school students and human source material
Tom Boyle

93. Asbestos operations and maintenance program
Kevin Scott

94. Building your fire protection systems
James Robinson

95. Toxic or flammable gases in laboratories
Markus Schaufele

96. Chemical hygiene: The path from policy to program
Courtney Stanion

97. Lab hazard assessment: MIT pilot project
Michael Labosky

98. Not your father's commissioning: New trends in Cx
Debra Sharpe

99. Regulatory hot topics from government relations
Peter Reinhardt

100. The pre-planned university
Lucas Schwaller

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