From: Bob Hill <roberth_hill**At_Symbol_Here**>
Subject: Re: [DCHAS-L] Hazardous High School Chemicals
Date: Fri, 23 Aug 2013 08:16:35 -0400
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Hi Ruth Ann. The Committee on Chemical Safety put together the listing you are looking for. It is call "Reducing Risks to Students and Educators from Hazardous Chemicals in a Secondary School Chemical Inventory". You can find it on our website at Go to the site, click on Classroom Safety near the top of the page and it will take you the page you need. Hope this helps. Thanks. Bob Hill

-----Original Message-----
>From: "Murphy, Dr. Ruth Ann"
>Sent: Aug 22, 2013 7:03 PM
>Subject: [DCHAS-L] Hazardous High School Chemicals
>With many thanks to everyone for their great answers to my "Fiesta Ware Lab" question, I now have another:
>"Do you know of a list of chemicals that high schools should not have or use?" [I guess he means from those commonly used in teaching Chemistry.]
>A former student sent this question as he is teaching in a high school. We teach a Chemical Lab Safety course, but the text was no help with this. Thank you in advance for your help.
>Ruth Ann
>Ruth Ann Murphy, Ph.D.
>Professor of Chemistry
>Chairperson, Department of Chemistry, Environmental Science and Geology
>Chairperson, Health Professions Advisory Committee
>Amy LeVesconte Professorship of Chemistry
>JAMP Faculty Director
>Goldwater Scholarship Faculty Representative
>The University of Mary Hardin-Baylor
>900 College Street
>Belton, TX 76513-2599
>Phone 254.295.4542

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