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Re: (aen) and arted MSDS and safety in the art room


From: Woody Duncan (wduncan_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Mon Mar 15 2004 - 05:42:13 PST

        I can remember getting the batch of safety sheets from
vendors like Dick Blick. I trashed them right away with the
other packing material. It may depend upon if the order came
direct to you at school or came through some processing by your
school district. Often our orders go through the district storeroom
and get repackaged.
                                                Woody in KC

Maggie Tucker wrote:
> I order from Dick Blick and Sax
> regularly, and never received MSDS forms. Hmmmm.
> "The speaker brought out the importance of MSDS (material safety data
> sheets). He told us, by law we are responsible to keep these at all
> times at the building level (in case a child is harmed by any material we
> use). I hate to admit it, but I had never seen them before this workshop.
> The speaker said the sheets should come in when the shipment arrives. "
> Maggie Tucker

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