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  • Hello Safety Colleagues,      Join us next Thursday, June 27th at 12 pm EST for our next Animal Research Health and Safety COP meeting!     We will be discussing the attached article Influence of 5 Different Caging Types and the Use of Cage-Changing ...

  • Posted in: CSHEMA Café

    ​I'm also interested in the Safety Culture COP (couldn't find it in the groups, so am asking here to be added). Thanks! Allison ------------------------------ Allison Koster Chemical Stockroom Manager & Science Safety Officer Concordia College Moorhead, ...

  • Posted in: CSHEMA Café

    Hi Erik and any others wishing to join the new SC COP, Great thanks! Please point your browser here https://connect.cshema.org/participate/join-community and click on "Safety Culture" COP. It's that easy! If you experience ...

  • Posted in: Safety Culture

    Hello SC COP, I'm interested in deconstructing the safety "persona" and finding a more authentic representation of what we do, why we do it, and how we can do it in a way that is mutually beneficial and not contentious by its very nature.  I'm interested ...

  • Posted in: Safety Culture

    ​From Jerry's post: " I have to support both your definitions that you propose for safety culture.  Not that I totally agree with them, but because they are simple to understand and reflect the basic idea.  I see the Safety Culture COP as a working ...

  • Posted in: Safety Culture

    Hello Jon and everyone, In general, I am looking for a way to cultivate a safety culture while strengthening existing policies and adding new ones based on the needs of the students, staff, faculty and safety/compliance.  One thing I am hoping to do ...

  • Hi Margaret. With the potential of dust and debris getting in the eyes, my preference would be to have an eyewash immediately accessible. Michelle Adkins, CHMM Senior Director Environmental, Health and Safety Wake Forest University P.O. ...

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