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Subject: [DCHAS-L] [FWD: ANSI/ASSE Z9 Committee for Industrial Ventilation- Letter of Interpretation (LOI) addressing the Z9.5 Standard.]
Date: Sat, 10 Aug 2013 04:44:18 -0700
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=0ASubject: ANSI/ASSE Z9 Committee for Industrial Ventilation- Letter of
=0AInterpretation (LOI) addressing the Z9.5 Standard.
=0AFrom: Tim Fisher <tfisher**At_Symbol_Here**>
=0ADate: Fri, August 09, 2013 4:55 pm
=0ATo: Tim Fisher <tfisher**At_Symbol_Here**>
Greetings All:
The ANSI/ASSE Z9 Committee for Industrial Ventilation recently released a Letter of Interpretation (LOI) addressing the Z9.5 Standard. 
The description of Z9.5 is:
ANSI/AIHA Z9.5-2012:  American National Standard for Laboratory Ventilation
Scope:  This standard applies to the ventilation in most laboratories and is written for all laboratory ventilation stakeholders. An emphasis is placed on those with legal responsibilities and liability for providing a safe laboratory. However, users/operators, industrial hygienists, other safety and  environmental professionals will also find the standard written for their needs.
The current Z9.5 Tech Brief can be read at:
Please let us know if you should have any questions about the standard or potentially getting involved with the Z9 Committee.
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American Society of Safety Engineers (ASSE)
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Des Plaines, IL 60018
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