jchas-2016-may-june-coverIt's catch-up time, so here's what was in the May & June issue of the Journal of Chemical Health & Safety:

Editorial: Blown opportunities, hope and challenge, regarding adding safety to the American Chemical Society's core values, by Harry J. Elston

Response to "A blown opportunity," by Donna J. Nelson (ACS President and a chemistry professor at the University of Oklahoma)

Investigation of injury data at a detonator facility, by Michael E. Cournoyer, Cindy M. Lawton, Marylou Apodaca, Robert A. Bustamante, and Mark A. Armijo (Los Alamos National Laboratory)

A case history in glovebox glove selection, by L. Cadwallader, R. Pawelko, and P. Humrickhouse (Idaho National Laboratory)

Enhancing the regulatory framework for upstream chemicals management in Malaysia: Some proposals from an academic perspective, by Goh Choo Ta, Chan Kok Meng, Mazlin Mokhtar, Lee Khai Ern, Lubna Alam, Mohamad Mahathir Amir Sultan, and Nur Liyana Ali (Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia)

The efficacy of Safety Data Sheets in informing risk based decision making: A review of the aerospace sector, by G.A. Nayar, W. Wehrmeyer, and C. France (University of Surrey) and C.A. Phillips, N. Crankshaw, and N. Marsh (Rolls-Royce)

Review and analysis of safety policies of chemical journals, by Lauren E. Grabowski and Scott R. Goode (University of South Carolina)

A comparison of direct-reading instruments for the measurement of hexavalent chromium during stainless steel welding, by Darrah K. Sleeth, Leon F. Pahler, and Rodney R. Larson (University of Utah)

Ethylene, by William E. Luttrell and Luke R. Fletcher (Oklahoma Christian University)

Oh, when will we ever learn?, by Dennis C. Hendershot (AIChE's Center for Chemical Process Safety)

Safety as a core value, by Neal Langerman (Advanced Chemical Safety)