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Journal of Chemical Health and SafetyJournal of Chemical Health and Safety 
Volume 23, Issue 1 ,  Pages 1-52, January-February 2016 

Pages i 

Editorial Board    
Pages ii 

Bang head here    
Pages 1 
Harry J. Elston 
Case study: Reaction scale-up leads to incident involving bromine and acetone   Original Research Article 
Pages 2-4 
Brandon S. Chance 
The value of safety and practicality: Recommendations for training disabled students in the sciences with a focus on blind and visually impaired students in chemistry laboratories   Original Research Article 
Pages 5-11 
Gabriella M. Nepomuceno, Debbie M. Decker, Julian D. Shaw, Lee Boyes, Dean J. Tantillo, Henry B. Wedler 
Laboratory safety attitudes and practices: A comparison of academic, government, and industry researchers   Original Research Article 
Pages 12-23 
Imke Schr=C3=B6der, Debbie Yan Qun Huang, Olivia Ellis, James H. Gibson, Nancy L. Wayne 
Chemical and biological research with deaf and hard-of-hearing students and professionals: Ensuring a safe and successful laboratory environment   Original Research Article 
Pages 24-31 
Susan B. Smith, Annemarie D. Ross, Todd Pagano 
Service dogs in the chemistry laboratory   Original Research Article 
Pages 32-34 
Patricia Ann Redden 
Proceedings of the 2014 University of California Center for Laboratory Safety Workshop   Original Research Article
Pages 35-45 
Imke Schr=C3=B6der, James H. Gibson, Nancy L. Wayne 
I've seen this movie before    
Pages 46 
Dennis C. Hendershot 
Chemical safety - Chemical security    
Pages 47-48 
Neal Langerman 
Pages 49-50 

OSHA's Lab Standard at 26    
Pages 51 
Ken Fivizzani 
Guide for Authors    
Pages I-II 

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