The National Academies Press has a book (free by pdf) 3On Being a
Scientist: A Guide to Responsible Conduct in
Research2 that has a very short chapter on Safety. (Ok, one page, but at
least it is mentioned.) We use this at UCLA in the Ethics course required
of all first year graduate students in chemistry.
UCLA Chemistry & Biochemistry
UC Center for Laboratory Safety
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On 4/19/17, 11:37 AM, "ACS Division of Chemical Health and Safety on
behalf of Stuart, Ralph"
>group of undergraduate summer researchers (chemists, biologists, computer
>scientists) here at Keene State. I'm comfortable covering the topics of
>chemical and biological safety, but faculty have also expressed interest
>in an ethics session as well.
>I wonder if anyone on the list has developed a seminar that connects
>technical ethics to lab safety? I imagine we aren't the first people to
>see this opportunity; after all, the ACS core value does read
>"Professionalism, Safety, and Ethics" as an interconnected unit. I'd be
>interested in how others have approached this topic for this kind of
>Thanks for any thoughts on this.
>Ralph Stuart, CIH, CCHO
>Environmental Safety Manager
>Keene State College
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