This guide was developed by the Hazard Identification and Evaluation Task Force of the American Chemical Society’s Committee on Chemical Safety (CCS) and provides techniques to ensure hazard information is gathered and analyzed:
- To aid researchers in recognizing the value of input from others with varying experiences;
- To provide techniques that can be used for a variety of different types of activities (routine protocols, modifications to current research, or entirely new activities); and
- To consider the variable nature of research tasks by providing tools that help researchers recognize and respond to change—both large and small.
This guide is applicable for researchers of all levels—undergraduate students, graduate students, postdoctoral scholars, instructors, principal investigators (PIs), technicians, or department chairs—who have varied approaches to learning and experimental design and who may require different kinds of assessment tools.
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