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Journal of Chemical Health and SafetyJournal of Chemical Health and Safety
Volume 22, Issue 2 ,  Pages 1-46, March-April 2015

Pages i

Editorial Board   
Pages ii

ACS's Lackluster Safety Leadership   
Pages 1
H.J. Elston
Assessing general ventilation effectiveness in the laboratory   Original Research Article
Pages 2-7
Ralph Stuart, Ellen Sweet, Aaron Batchelder
Investigation of criticality safety control infraction data at a nuclear facility   Original Research Article
Pages 8-13
Michael E. Cournoyer, James F. Merhege, David A. Costa, Blair M. Art, David C. Gubernatis
The "Salon Safety Quiz" for pre-/post-evaluation assessment when training young cosmetology workers in public secondary schools   Original Research Article
Pages 14-22
Alexsandra A. Apostolico, Derek G. Shendell, Amy G. Lewis, Sarah W. Kelly, Alison T. Murtha, Jenny L. Houlroyd
Implementing the Hazard Communication Standard final rule: Lessons learned   Original Research Article
Pages 23-31
Koshy Koshy, Michael Presutti, Mitchel A. Rosen
Pages 32-34
William E. Luttrell
Competition for EH&S program funding   
Pages 35-36
David Rainer
A new sheriff in town   
Pages 37
John DeLaHunt
Texas City - Ten years later   
Pages 38-39
Dennis C. Hendershot
Chemical waste management   
Pages 40
Peter C. Ashbrook
Expand Process Safety Management   
Pages 41-42
Neal Langerman
Pages 43-44

Professor Safety   
Pages 45
Ken Fivizzani
Guide for Authors   
Pages I-II

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