From: Ellen M. Sweet <ems325**At_Symbol_Here**CORNELL.EDU>
Subject: [DCHAS-L] CHAS and CINF Division surveys
Date: Sun, 22 Nov 2015 12:54:20 +0000
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Hi everyone,

Below are links to 2 different surveys that represent different roles associated with decisions made in lab operations.

Please fill out on of the surveys in the appropriate link below. It should take 5-10 minutes of your time. These were created by the Divisions of Chemical Health and Safety and Chemical Information of the American Chemical Society. The purpose is to gather training and education needs on the subject of chemical hazard information. Thank you for your assistance.



This link is for the Trainee/Lab Worker/Student survey:

The audience for this survey are those who work with chemicals in laboratories; either as a student, teacher, lab technician, lab supervisor, or researcher. These individuals search for chemical hazard information and use it to make decisions of how they should conduct themselves while using these chemicals. The goal of this survey is to understand what type of chemical hazard information this group needs, where the gaps are in their understanding of what they need and preferred delivery methods of the information for the many different types of laboratory settings.


Here is the link to the Trainer/ Educator/ Health and Safety Professional:

The audience for this survey are those who are responsible for communicating chemical hazard information within their local institution as a health and safety professional, department safety coordinator, lab safety representative, educator or stockroom worker. The goal of this survey is to understand what types of information resources are needed, what communication approaches are in development and what delivery methods are being used.



On behalf of CHAS and CINF, thank you



Ellen Sweet

Laboratory Ventilation Specialist

Department of Environmental Health and Safety

Cornell University



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