Excellent choice of example [notwithstanding that some of our students
take it as a point of honor to deliberately not look?].
I think that while the term 3risk assessment2 has lots of meaning and
connotations for those of us who see it every day, I am not at all so sure
that most students will understand what we intend. Thus I would recommend
expanding the 3RAMP2 section substantially.
Lastly?now that you have gotten them to stop and think, they need guidance
re where to go for help in doing a good risk assessment. As others have
said, that final fleeting reference [which I totally missed on first
viewing] needs enhancement. Brevity is commendable, but if this is
directed at students, I think they need more help re where to go.
Thanks very much for doing this!
Keene State College ret.
>With the support of the ACS's Innovative Project Grant program for
>technical divisions, DCHAS has been working with Timothy Gallagher of the
>University of Bristol and a video artist to develop a short video on the
>the topic of laboratory risk assessments and maintaining situational
>awareness as work proceeds. We are nearing the end of the editing
>process; the current draft is available for viewing at
>with a password of: lab
>I'd appreciate any comments or questions DCHAS members have about the
>video by Thursday of this week.
>Let me know if you have any questions about this.
>Ralph Stuart, CIH, CCHO
>American Chemical Society
>Division of Chemical Health and Safety
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