jchas-2016-july-aug-coverHere's what was in the July-August issue of the Journal of Chemical Health & Safety:

Editorial: Rainbows revisited and unintended consequences, by Harry J. Elston

Promoting a culture of safety in academic chemistry, statements by American Chemical Society presidential candidates, Peter K. Dorhout (Kansas State University) and Thomas R. Gilbert (Northeastern University), candidates for American Chemical Society president 

Evaluation of safety climate at a major public university, by Jerry E. Steward, Vincent L. Wilson, and Wei-Hsung Wang (Louisiana State University)

A case history of requalifying an older laboratory hood for use, by Lee C. Cadwallader and Robert J. Pawelko (Idaho National Laboratory)

Hazards associated with laboratory scale hydrogenations, by Tilak Chandra and Jeffrey P. Zebrowski (University of Wisconsin, Madison)

An evaluation of diesel particulate matter in fire station vehicle garages and living quarters, by Ryan L. Payne, Victor M. Alaves, Rodney R. Larson, and Darrah K. Sleeth (University of Utah)

A new quantitative method for testing performance of in-use laboratory chemical fume hoods, by Kwangseog Ahn (University of Wisconsin, Whitewater; Michael J. Ellenbecker and Susan R. Woskie (University of Massachusetts, Lowell); and Louis J. DiBerardinis (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Baseline survey on the implementation of laboratory chemical safety, health and security within health faculties laboratories at Universitas Indonesia, by Fatma Lestari, Budiawan, Meily L. Kurniawidjaja, and Budi Hartono (Universitas Indonesia)

Adipic acid, by William E. Luttrell and Garrett R. Klaassen (Oklahoma Christian University)

Mini factories and process safety, by Dennis C. Hendershot (AIChE's Center for Chemical Process Safety)

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

Toxic tips: Propylene, by William E. Luttrell and Nathaniel P. Giles (Oklahoma Christian University)