Promoting Chemical Laboratory Safety and Security in Developing Countries

Promoting Chemical Laboratory Safety and Security in Developing Countries

Book Description:

There is growing concern about the possible use of toxic industrial chemicals or other hazardous chemicals by those seeking to perpetrate acts of terrorism. The U.S. Chemical Security Engagement Program (CSP), funded by the U.S. Department of State and run by Sandia National Laboratories, seeks to develop and facilitate cooperative international activities that promote best practices in chemical security and safe management of toxic chemicals, including:

Partnering with host governments, chemical professionals, and industry to assess and fill gaps in chemical security abroad.
Providing technical expertise and training to improve best practices in security and safety among chemical professionals and industry.
Increasing transparency and accountability for dangerous chemical materials, expertise, and technologies.
Providing opportunities for collaboration with the international professional chemical community.

The Department of State called on the National Academies to assist in the CSP’s efforts to promote chemical safety and security in developing countries.

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Language English
Pages 138
Format PDF
Measurement 3.06 MB

Acknowledgment of Reviewers
This report has been reviewed in draft type by individuals chosen for his or her numerous views and technical experience in accordance with procedures authorized by the Nationwide Analysis Council’s Report Overview Committee. The aim of this unbiased overview is to supply candid and important feedback that can help the establishment in making the printed report as sound as potential and to make sure that it meets institutional requirements of objectivity, proof, and responsiveness to the examine cost. The overview feedback and draft manuscript stay confidential to guard the integrity of the deliberative course of. We thank the next for his or her overview of the report:

Asad Abidi, College of California, Los Angeles

Mukund Chorghade, Chorghade Enterprises, Natick, Massachusetts

Peter Dorhout, Colorado State College, Fort Collins

Kenneth Fivizzani, Unbiased Marketing consultant, Naperville, Illinois

Alastair Hay, College of Leeds, United Kingdom

Richard Niemeier, Nationwide Institute for Occupational Safety andClaude Lucchesi, Northwestern College, Evanston, Illinois

Well being, Cincinnati, Ohio

Khalil Qureshi, Lahore College of Administration Sciences, Pakistan

Elsa Reichmanis, Georgia Institute of Expertise, Atlanta

Carolyn Ribes, Dow Benelux B.V., Terneuzen, Belgium  Though the reviewers listed above supplied many constructive feedback and options, they weren’t requested to endorse the conclusions or suggestions, nor did they see the ultimate draft of the report earlier than its launch. The overview of the report was overseen by R. Stephen Berry, College of Chicago, Illinois, and Jeffrey I. Steinfeld, Massachusetts Institute of Expertise, Cambridge. Appointed by the Nationwide Analysis Council, they had been chargeable for guaranteeing that an unbiased examination of the report was carried out in accordance with institutional procedures and that each one overview feedback had been fastidiously thought of. Accountability for the ultimate content material of the report rests totally with the authors and the establishment.

 

Promoting Chemical Laboratory Safety and Security in Developing Countries

Author(s): Committee on Promoting Safe and Secure Chemical Management in Developing Countries, Board on Chemical Sciences and Technology, Division on Earth and Life Studies, National Research Council

Publisher: National Academies Press, Year: 2010

ISBN: 0309150418

 

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