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Journal of Chemical Health and SafetyJournal of Chemical Health and Safety 
Volume 23, Issue 5 ,  Pages 1-46, September-October 2016 

The Lab Standard at 25: DCHAS 2015 Fall ACS Meeting Symposium, Boston, MA 
Edited by Harry Elston

Pages i 

Editorial Board    
Pages ii 

The Lab Standard at 25    
Pages 1 
Harry J. Elston 
Strategy of the Joint Center for Energy Storage Research to influence laboratory safety among its funded researchers   Original Research Article 
Pages 2-5 
Steve Rupkey 
Reflections of a former OSHA official on the laboratory standard   Original Research Article 
Pages 6-11 
Fred Malaby 
The impact of OSHA's Laboratory Standard on undergraduate safety education  Original Research Article 
Pages 12-17 
Robert H. Hill 
Where are we with lab safety education: Who, what, when, where, and how?  Original Research Article 
Pages 18-20 
Kenneth P. Fivizzani 
Should science departments have their own safety personnel? - An assessment of a centralized approach   Original Research Article 
Pages 21-26 
Kamilah Hylton 
Laboratory safety: Engaging 600+ research groups   Original Research Article 
Pages 27-30 
Stephanie Tumidajski 
The Laboratory Safety Standard at 25: Implementation of the Standard through the Chemical Hygiene Plan and the Chemical Hygiene Officer - Is it trickling down?  Original Research Article 
Pages 31-40 
Miriam Weil 
Process dynamics and safety    
Pages 41-42 
Dennis C. Hendershot 
Enhance, don't interfere    
Pages 43-44 
Neal Langerman 
Upcoming events    
Pages 45-46 

Guide for Authors    
Pages I-II 

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