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Subject: [DCHAS-L] Sunday and Monday presentations on Safety Culture Begins In The Classroom; The Impact Of UCLA And TTU
Date: Mon, 21 Mar 2016 08:47:21 -0400
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FYI, a summary of last Sunday and Monday's DCHAS presentations at the national ACS meeting and links to the presenter's powerpoints can be found at:

The first two half day symposia in the DCHAS program at the ACS national meeting discussed the role of safety culture in the teaching laboratory and the impact of the UCLA and Texas Tech incidents since the Chemical Safety Board report was published in 2011.

Safety Culture Begins in the Classroom: Demonstrations, Awareness, & Pre-Lab Planning

Wild, Wild West to GHS: Reflections on my first year as a general chemistry laboratory coordinator. R. Sansom, M.B. Allen

Safety education for early lab students: How do they learn it before they need it? S.M. Kennedy

Chemical demonstrations: The good, the bad, the ugly. D.A Katz
Resource file: Chemistry Club Demos

Development of demonstrations - a collaborative project between the safety office and teaching assistants. D.M. Decker, J.T. Greenfield

Anatomy of an Incident M.E. Cournoyer

How Texas Tech & UCLA Have Affected Laboratory Safety Nationwide

We better watch out: Prevention beats reparation. K.P. Fivizzani

Digging Deep: the response to cultural issues. K.B. Jeskie

Changing a culture: The accident at Texas Tech, what happened in the next ve years, and why you should develop a culture of safety: thoughts from the department chair at the time. D.j. Casadonte

Developing a chemical safety program from lessons learned. J.H. Wright

Developing standard operating procedures (SOPs) - a tale of a really fun project (really!). D.M. Decker, C.A. Jakober. Related materials: UCD_SOP_Pyrophorics_template and Pyrophoric_Spill_Flowchart_v1.0

Improving safety performance and compliance through web-based tools. D.A. Harvey

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