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Journal of Chemical Health and Safety
Volume 22, Issue 3 , Pages 1-48, May‰??June 2015

How did I survive?
Pages 1
H.J. Elston

Letter to the Editor
Pages 2
Scott Owen, William C. Penker

Dissolution rates of five inorganic mine ore inorganic elements in synthetic lung fluid Original Research Article
Pages 3-10
David S. Adams, Jordan C. Koyle, Leon F. Pahler, Matthew S. Thiese, Rodney R. Larson

Investigation of injury/illness data at a nuclear facility: Part II Original Research Article
Pages 11-17
Michael E. Cournoyer, Vincent E. Garcia, Arnold N. Sandoval, Gerald L. George, David C. Gubernatis, Stephen B. Schreiber

Protective equipment for small-scale laboratory explosive hazards. Part 2. Shielding materials, eye and face protection Original Research Article
Pages 18-33
Chris Murray, Peter Jenkins, Stephen Miller

Pages 34-36
William E. Luttrell, Joshua T. Dilley

Rules, Regulations and Codes for Drones, Unmanned Aerial Vehicle, NextGen Air Transportation, Unmanned Air Systems
Pages 37-39
David Rainer

Adjusting to the arbitrary
Pages 40
John DeLaHunt

Sewers and Vent Systems
Pages 41-42
Dennis C. Hendershot

Little safety hazards
Pages 43
Peter C. Ashbrook

Safety and ethics
Pages 44-45
Neal Langerman

Pages 46-47

Guide for Authors
Pages I-II

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