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SAFETY GOGGLES/GLASSES must be worn at all times in the lab. Prescription glasses can be worn under the safety goggles.

FIRE: Use drench showers or blankets (Drop and Roll) for clothing fires. Immediately report it to the supervisor or lab demonstrator or other responsible individual, and then exit the laboratory and building quickly via proper exit route (Make sure you know where the exits are). Use fire extinguishers for bench top fires or other fires only if very small fire.

CHEMICAL SPILLS: must be cleaned up immediately. Use plenty of water to rinse chemicals from eyes or skin. Remove chemical soaked clothing if caustic. Know where showers and eye wash fountains are and how to use them.

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General Motors and Unifor, the union representing about 2,800 striking workers at the CAMI Chevrolet Equinox assembly plant in Ingersoll, Ont., have talked informally over the phone but aren yet back the bargaining table, a union official said. Sept. 17, after the most recent contract expired. Official talks have yet to resume.

had a couple conversations over the phone since we left Sunday night. We trying to find common ground so we can get back to the table, Unifor Local 88 President Dan Borthwick said. open to having dialogue. As long as we talking, it better than not talking. Hopefully we can get something done in a short period of time. the first strike to affect a Canadian GM assembly plant since 1996. A five week strike by the CAW, the predecessor to Unifor, idled the CAMI plant in 1992 and Borthwick said his members are prepared for a showdown of similar length.

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Borthwick said the current strike is a gamble, but one worth taking.

believe there is some risk, I not going to hide from that. But I don think we have anything else we can do. They moved the Terrain to Mexico and there nothing in our contract right now that stops them from moving the Equinox to Mexico, Borthwick said.

The main sticking point although many smaller ones remain is the fact GM Canada refuses to designate CAMI the lead Equinox plant among the automaker North American facilities.

need to secure a lead plant letter, Borthwick said. indicated verbally they have no plans to move anything and have said our plant is secure. We asked them to put that in writing and they couldn commit to that. When somebody can put something in writing, that ain a promise. Canada declined to respond directly to Borthwick comments. Instead, the automaker re issued a statement from Sunday night.

General Motors of Canada and our Unifor partners have made very positive progress on several issues over the past weeks, the Company is disappointed that we were not able to complete a new agreement. We encourage Unifor to resume negotiations and to continue working together to secure a competitive agreement. The move resulted in the elimination of about 600 jobs at CAMI, although about 200 employees accepted buyouts or early retirement.

But, because the redesigned Equinox is more complex to assemble than the previous generation, production at the CAMI plant dropped to 40 units per hour, down from 60 units per hour, resulting in needing fewer hourly employees.

at maximum capacity in the weld shop. They have to invest in the weld shop if they wanted to increase capacity, Borthwick said.

GM already spent about $800 million retooling the CAMI plant in anticipation of the redesigned Equinox that has been selling strongly in the United States and Canada. Sales are up 17 and 40 percent in those countries, respectively.

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While Borthwick said the union was willing to accept the risk a strike presents, he confident the automaker won easily or quickly move Equinox production to Mexico.

don think they have the capacity down there right now, he said.

Two Mexican plants began assembling the Equinox in April, and GM could ramp up production there during the strike. But by how much is unknown.

The crossover is built on a line alongside the Terrain at the Ramos Arizpe plant, which also builds the Chevrolet Cruze and Sonic on another line. GM San Luis Potosi plant also builds the Equinox, along with the Chevrolet Aveo and Trax and the GMC Terrain.

The two Mexican plants have built 40,017 units through August of this year since production began in April, according to the Automotive News Data Center. CAMI has built 132,288 of the crossovers since the beginning of the year.

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Watts and Ward, a new craft cocktail bar, in the basement of Caffe Luna in downtown Raleigh, will open its doors Thursday evening.

The sprawling, 6,000 square foot space on Blount and Hargett streets is an homage to the prohibition era speakeasy bars. The members only club (membership is $1) took nearly a year to complete. It previously served as a women’s shelter, but had been vacant for five years before construction started on Watts and Ward.

“I knew what I wanted to do with the space. I fell in love with the subterranean architecture,” said co owner Patrick Shanahan, whose family acquired the building in 2007.

Traveling the country for film school, Shanahan said his ideas for the space’s design really grew.

“I kind of brought a little bit of all of these cities back here,” he said.

Shanahan met Niall Hanley, who owns Hibernian Co., when he was doing a mural and artwork for the entrepreneur’s Raleigh Beer Garden.

“He approached me after the beer garden opened. We came down here,” Hanley said. “I thought it was very unique and cool.”

So, the two teamed up on the project and set out to make the vacant underground space into a speakeasy style nightclub.

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The first section is the brightest and is designed to reflect the mid 1950s. The second area is designed to reflect the industrial era, while the final room, the library, is all about the late 1800s and early 1900s. Old books, shoes and even an old cash register help give this final room its charm.
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University President Stuart R. Bell called the videos offensive and deeply hurtful, and said the student, Harley Barber, is longer enrolled here.

Barber told the New York Post that her actions were wrong.

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Principal Troy Monroe is working on details with an advisory committee after the school board approved a pilot program at Illing on Monday. Monroe has been researching the subject for months, inspired by the success of uniforms at middle schools in East Hartford and other communities and a survey that showed strong support for uniforms among Manchester parents, faculty and the business community.In the 2011 12 school year, Illing students will wear polo style shirts in green, blue or white. Cold weather options may include polar fleece tops, turtlenecks, long sleeved polos and zippered sweat shirts (no hoodies). All tops will include the school name and Rams logo.Bottoms will be khaki style tan, black or navy blue (no cargo pants). Boys may wear pants or shorts. Girls may wear pants, shorts, skirts, capri pants or combination shorts and skirt called skorts. The hems of the shorter garments must be no more than 3 inches above the knee. Shoes must be closed toe no flip flops, slides or moccasins.In an interview Thursday, Monroe, 44, the school’s principal for five years, cited the benefits of school uniforms all related to student achievement and safety.”It sets a tone in the building,” the veteran educator said. “You are here for learning.”Although the school’s current dress code prohibits inappropriate clothing, some students press the limits with baggy pants, too short skirts, see through tops and other dress not conducive to academics, Monroe said. Dealing with those students, he said, takes time away from instruction.Also, about 46 percent of Illing students receive free or reduced price lunches. So while some parents can buy their children the latest name brand jeans and sneakers, others can’t, and children from poorer households have told him they feel diminished, Monroe said.”This is another way to minimize those distractions,” he said.Efforts will be made to help families who may not be able to afford the required uniforms, he said.The uniform dress code also is designed to promote safety through common identification.”If our kids look a certain way, we know they’re our kids,” Monroe said.Finally, uniforms prepare students for expectations beyond middle school. Local business people have told him they expect appropriate dress and a sense of decorum from potential employees, Monroe said.He acknowledged that most students hate the prospect of uniforms. In a survey of about 400 Illing students, only 15 to 20 favored the idea. Some parents also oppose the program, saying they would have sent their children to private schools if they wanted them to wear uniforms, Monroe said.But the majority of parents, faculty and business people in town all have shown strong support. As the new school year progresses, Monroe said, he will keep data on compliance and how the uniform requirement affects attendance, tardiness and misbehavior.School officials will choose a vendor for the school uniform tops. Pants and other bottom garments do not have to be from an approved vendor; parents may buy those at stores where they can get the best value, Monroe said.
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