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Monday, December 13, 2004 Issue 6   VOLUME 1 ISSUE 12  
TOPICS
Industry Perspectives
Tips from the Experts
News, Events, Services
CONTENTS
Protecting Building Environments from Chemical, Biological and Radiological (CBR) Attack
The Cambridge Model of Biotech Oversight
Keeping Buildings Mold-Free is Everyone’s Responsibility
Asbestos in Soil – Proposed Massachusetts Regulations Clarify the Compliance Process
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Protecting Building Environments from Chemical, Biological and Radiological (CBR) Attack
by John F. McCarthy, Sc.D., C.I.H.

Unthinkable as it is, the risk of a bioterrorism attack in the United States -- while very low -- is real and something that should be evaluated as part of many company’s overall risk management plan.
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The Cambridge Model of Biotech Oversight
How public oversight of biotech is good for everyone - even business
by Sam Lipson

This article is an except from the original, published in GeneWatch (www.gene-watch.org), volume 16, September-October 2003. We feel it may be of interest to many bioscience businesses.
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Tips from the Experts
Keeping Buildings Mold-Free is Everyone’s Responsibility
by Susan C. Doll, Sc.D, M.S.

If regularly read our newsletter, you understand that the amount of water and time (before wet materials are dealt with and dried out) are the two critical elements in determining whether or not excess moisture turns into a mold problem. Many share some control over both of those elements - the building designer, construction crews, maintenance and building management staff, and the building occupants themselves. At each stage in the building’s life cycle a failure by anyone can create or aggravate conditions that may lead to mold growth.
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Asbestos in Soil – Proposed Massachusetts Regulations Clarify the Compliance Process
by Cynthia D. Campisano, M.S., P.G., C.H.M.M.

Asbestos in soil has posed an expensive proposition for many construction projects and spill sites due to confusing notification requirements, analytical limitations, and the lack of a clearly defined clean-up level. New policy changes for asbestos are intended to promote responsible management of the majority of projects involving low levels of asbestos contamination, and free up regulatory resources to cope with situations that pose the greatest risk to public health.
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News, Events, Services

An EPA Preparedness Checklist is available for EH&E's Hospital Compliance Assistance Program, designed to help institutions self-assess their compliance preparedness in seven key areas. To obtain a free copy, or for information on EH&E's Initial Assessment and other compliance support programs, email us at contact@eheinc.com

A Biosciences Compliance Assessment Survey is now available from EH&E.  It is a very affordable survey designed to help bioscience companies assess their environmental health and safety compliance preparedness, as well as overall program status.  To learn more, send an email to Dr. Brenda Barry at contact@eheinc.com.


 
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