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Subject: [DCHAS-L] Journal of Chemical Health and Safety : Volume 25, Issue 6 Table of Contents
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Volume 25, Issue 6, Pages 1-30, November-December 2018 

Page i 
Available Online 2018-10-13 
Editorial Board 
Page ii 
Available Online 2018-10-13 
Boston safety! 
Page 1 
Available Online 2018-09-18 
Harry J. Elston 
Comment on Letter from Dr. Edward Behrman - Laboratory Safety - A Contrary View 
Page 2 
Available Online 2018-06-30 
Robert H. Hill 
Lessons learned in several laboratory upgrades 
Pages 3-5 
Available Online 2018-03-30 
L.C. Cadwallader, R.J. Pawelko 
Safety culture and safety compliance in academic laboratories: A Canadian perspective 
Pages 6-12 
Available Online 2018-05-24 
Helene-Rosina Ayi, Chun-Yip Hon 
Incomplete understanding of biogas chemical hazards - Serious gas poisoning accident while unloading food waste at biogas plant 
Pages 13-21 
Available Online 2018-05-25 
Frank Huess Hedlund, Michael Madsen 
Expedient destruction of organic peroxides including triacetone triperoxide (TATP) in emergency situations 
Pages 22-27 
Available Online 2018-06-20 
Damien Reid, Bruce Riches, Andrew Rowan, Michael Logan 
Pages 28-29 
Available Online 2018-09-22 

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