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Associate Director of Laboratory Safety Programs
Did You Know?
A researcher’s arm was lost when a mixture of hydrogen, carbon dioxide, and oxygen gases used as feedstock for a bacterial culture in a tank was ignited by static electricity. You can read excerpts and the full investigation report at http://cenblog.org/the-safety-zone/2016/07/second-investigation-report-released-regarding-u-hawaii-explosion/.