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Building Successful Programs to Address Chemical Risks in Schools: A Workbook with Templates, Tips, and Techniques

From the introduction: Outdated, unknown, or unneeded amounts of dangerous or inappropriate chemicals are
often found in K-12 schools across the nation, potentially putting students and staff at
risk. Because of the nature of some of the chemicals, even small amounts may present a
risk. Thus, dangerous chemicals represent one of the critical environmental health and
safety issues schools must address.

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