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Re: Info need on health/safety in ceramics

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Beth Kanter (kanter)
Tue, 04 Jun 1996 10:25:39 -0400


Check out the Center for Arts Safety Web site. I don't know the URL, but it
is linked to the Arts Wire Web. Check the map and you should find the link.
(http://www.artswire.org/Artswire/www/NEWmap.html)

At 11:52 PM 6/3/96 +0000, Nalin wrote:
>Greeting to ARTSEDNET,
>
>I hope it is cool where you are (except henry, I know where you are - the
>hottest place on Earth!)
>
>I would appreciate any information that list members could pass along on
>heath concerns in a ceramic classroom.
>
>Two teachers at the high schools in my district have suffered very serious
>injury (back - disk problem from loading kiln, etc.) and illness (lung
>ailment that has cause total disability) from their work. It made me stop
>and think that I don't know very much about how to take care of myself and
>my students very well. Unfortunatelly that Administration of this district
>does not take this very seriously (until the lawsuit comes) and then we may
>lose more that we bargained for.
>
>Thank you for any sources/research/guideline that you know of.
>
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>
>Lorena Nalin
>nalin
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>************************************
>* Elementary Art Specialist *
>* at Los Ranchitos School *
>* Tucson, AZ *
>* & *
>* President AZ Art Ed. Association *
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Beth Kanter Arts Wire Network Coordinator kanter

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