From: DCHAS Membership Chair <membership**At_Symbol_Here**DCHAS.ORG>
Subject: [DCHAS-L] [New post] Learning Laboratory Safety through Storytelling
Date: Mon, 27 Aug 2018 09:56:17 -0400
Reply-To: ACS Division of Chemical Health and Safety <DCHAS-L**At_Symbol_Here**PRINCETON.EDU>
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FYI, PDF versions of the Tuesday's technical presentations from the DCHAS technical sessions are now available on the DCHAS web site at 

There were many excellent presentations, and while most of them were better seen in person, I'm sure that the authors would be willing to entertain questions sent by e-mail if the PDF files are not obvious in their meaning. The titles of the available presentations are:

Enhancing the Culture of Safety through Good Storytelling.
M.B. Koza

How personal stories can support safety training.
D.M. Decker

What's the point of your story?
K.P. Fivizzani

Playing with Fire.
S.B. Sigmann

An unknowing, unthinking, uncaring graduate student learns a lesson about safety.
R.H. Hill

The Genres of Science
R. Stuart

Turning safety observations into messages.
T.C. Gallagher, R. Brian, R. Stuart

=46rom Storytelling to StoryMAKING.
R.M. Izzo

Preserving Institutional History of Chemical Incidents.
P.A. Reinhardt

Using Risk Management Techniques to Improve Situational Awareness and Accident Reduction.
R. Lippman

Chemical safety information in PubChem.
J. Zhang, P. Thiessen, A. Gindulyte, E. Bolton

Using the chemical inventory system to create research articles that include safety information.
R.N. Vernon, K.N. Lamb

More presentations from Boston's technical program will posted to the web site over the next few weeks.

Thanks to everyone who participated in the Boston meeting.

- Ralph

Membership chair
American Chemical Society 
Division of Chemical Health and Safety 

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