12.0 References

Following are some useful references on safety, laboratory practice, and material properties, all available in Engineering and Science Library (Douglas Library). If you cannot find what you need in these references, don't stop; you may find it in other books or by asking questions.

  1. Ontario Ministry of Labour, The Occupational Health and Safety Act, 1978, and Regulations for Industrial Establishments. The Ministry, Occupational Health and Safety Division, (1979).

  2. Mustard, R.A., Fundamentals of First Aid (2nd ed.), St. John Ambulance Canada, 321 Chapel Street, Ottawa (1972).

  3. Scheflan, L. & Jacobs, M.B., The Handbook of Solvents. Krieger (1953).

  4. Schweitzer, P.A., Corrosion Resistance Tables. Dekker, (1976).

  5. Steere, N.V., Handbook of Laboratory Safety (3rd ed.). Chemical Rubber Company, (1990).

  6. Sunshine, I., Handbook of Analytical Toxicology. Chemical Rubber Company, (1969).

  7. Weast, R.C., ed. Handbook of Physics and Chemistry (70th ed.). Chemical Rubber Company, (1989).

  8. Sax, N.I., Dangerous Properties of Industrial Materials (4th ed.). Van Nostrand Reinhold, (1984).

  9. Kolaczkowski, S.T. and Crittenden, B.D., Management of Hazardous and Toxic Wastes in Reprocess Industries, Merck Index (9th ed.) Merck & Company (1976), Elsevier (1987).

  10. The Chemical Institute of Canada, Laboratory Health and Safety Guidelines (4th ed.). The Chemical Institute of Canada 130 Slater St., Suite 550, Ottawa, Ontario.