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Mr. Shawn Arbuckle

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Corporate EHS Manager

CoorsTek Inc
16000 Table Mountain Parkway
Golden , Colorado 80403
United States

Company Description: CoorsTek, Inc. is a designer and manufacturer of components and assemblies for the semiconductor capital equipment market and for industrial, telecommunications,...   more

Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations

  • Board Member
    The Colorado Association of Meth & Mold Professionals
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Web References
CAMMP Board Members, 10 Dec 2011 [cached]
But the cooking process releases a ... [cached]
But the cooking process releases a cloud of toxic chemicals, including hydrochloric acid, phosphorous, iodine and methamphetamine itself, that seeps into floors and walls and can potentially cause long-term health problems, said Shawn Arbuckle, an industrial hygiene program coordinator at the National Jewish Medical and Research Center in Denver, which has conducted several studies on the impact of meth labs.
Potential health problems range from headaches and blisters to damaged lungs, liver and kidneys. Children are especially sensitive to chemical exposure, which can damage their developing brains, Arbuckle said.
"You know that youngsters still crawling around on hands and knees put everything in their mouth, so they're especially at risk of picking up methamphetamine residues," he said.
CAMMP Board Members, 13 July 2007 [cached]
Shawn Arbuckle - National Jewish Medical and Research Center
Mr. Shawn Arbuckle is the Industrial Hygiene Program Coordinator at National Jewish Medical and Research Center.With over 12 years of health and safety experience in the environmental, manufacturing, and medical industries, he specializes in health and safety training and respiratory protection.In addition, Mr. Arbuckle works closely with the State of Colorado's bioterrorism group to provide both hands on and computer based training on personal protective equipment.His current research focuses on clandestine laboratories to determine the exposures to law enforcement, fire, and children that are exposed to methamphetamine laboratories.
CHE-WA Weekly Bulletin, 15 Nov 2006 [cached]
"Until we fully understand what the potential health effects can be, we feel that it's better that states are more proactive as opposed to reactive," says Shawn Arbuckle with the National Jewish Medical and Research Center in Denver. Better safe than sorry, he adds.
Cooking meth just once contaminates a building with traces of acids and iodine in the air, as well as large amounts of meth on surfaces ranging from sofas to ventilation ducts, according to research done at National Jewish. Hydrochloric acid is an irritant to the eyes, skin, and respiratory tract, and iodine can trigger asthmatic reactions, says Mr. Arbuckle.
Arbuckle says that determining what is a healthy level of exposure over a long period of time will require more research -- something Mr. Teichman says the agency is pushing.
Shawn Arbuckle of Denver's ..., 4 May 2007 [cached]
Shawn Arbuckle of Denver's National Jewish Medical and Research Center describes the scene: "When we work in a cleanup, we don't know exactly what we'll be exposed to, but we do know the potential is there for fire and chemical exposure. Ethanol, acids, oils, ammonia, and other chemicals are the standard issue, but fire is always a possibility. These compounds alone can cause injury or add hydrocarbon loading to your flame resistant (FR) clothing, making it less effective or rendering it totally ineffective in providing protection.
Arbuckle has been using Pyrolon CRFR, a coated cellulosic FR material from Precision Fabrics, and is pleased. He had issues, however, finding the right suit for chemical exposure and possible flame potentials.
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