by Department of Epidemiology and Environmental Health, University of Vermont in Burlington, Vermont .
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Julian A. Waller|
|Contributions||Waller, Julian A., 1932-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||85 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||85|
MICHAEL MCCANN, Ph.D., C.I.H. is one of the world's leading authorities on health hazards in the arts. He was the founder and President of the Center for Safety in the Arts until it closed due to loss of funding in, and is author of the distinguished ARTIST BEWARE, the most exhaustive reference book on the subject of health hazards for artists/5(10). This is the trusted resource for working artists and art students written by the leading authority on these health hazards. Whether you work in painting, photography, sculpture, ceramics, printmaking, woodworking, textiles, computer, or children s art, this is the only reference book that covers all the dangers associated with metals, minerals, and chemicals/5. Health Hazards Manual for Artists, Sixth Edition, is the only concise resource that covers all relevant topics related to labeling, chemicals, safety, and first aid. For beginners and professionals alike, this practical work is a must-have resource for every art class, studio, and home/5(2). It also has an important - and newly revised - section on health hazards for children working with art materials. And Dr. McCann presents the latest principles governing the labeling of products. This important book belongs in every studio, in every art class, in every art-reference library.
BOOKS. Art Safety Procedures: A Health and Safety Manual for Art Schools and Art Departments. Michael McCann. New York: Center for Safety in the Arts, RC A78 M3 Artist Beware: the Hazards in Working with all Art and Craft Materials and the Precautions. hysical hazards in the arts include ultraviolet and infrared radiation, noise, vibration, stress to the muscular skeletal system from repetitive motion or excessive lifting, improperly maintained equipment, and poor storage and process management. They also include injury arising from carelessness and inattention. ACTS is a not-for-profit corporation that provides health, safety, industrial hygiene, technical services, and safety publications to the arts, crafts, museums, and theater communities. A part of the fees from our consulting services goes to support our free and low-cost services for artists. The visual arts can pose significant risks to the health and safety of artists. This guide provides an overview of some of the most common risks associated with painting, drawing, photography, ceramics, lithography, and sculpture. Responsibility for Safety in the Arts. Faculty.
Safety doesn’t happen by accident – John Reynolds. So who is actually responsible. Under most health and safety legislation (check the specifics of your country though), the ultimate responsibility for health and safety rests with the production company and those in control of relevant premises (studios & locations) and facilities (equipment, vehicles etc.). Health Hazards Manual for Artists: : Michael McCann, Michael MCcann PhD., CIH: Books. This book is the practical classic on health hazards for artists. All pertinent information on safety and labeling and new chemicals brought absolutely up to date. It clearly highlights the potential dangers for artists in such fields as: painting, photography, ceramics, sculpture, printmaking, woodworking, textiles, . Under the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Hazard Communication Standard (HCS), chemical manufacturers are required to develop a Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) for each hazardous chemical they produce and import [29 CFR (g)]. The MSDS contains a variety of information including the hazards associated with.