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Shawn L. Arbuckle

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CoorsTek Inc

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CoorsTek Inc

16000 Table Mountain Pkwy

Golden, Colorado,80403

United States

Company Description

CoorsTek makes the world measurably better as the partner of choice for technology and manufacturing companies worldwide whose success requires the unique, high-performance properties of products manufactured from engineered ceramics and advanced materials. Co... more.

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Background Information

Employment History

Occupational Medicine

National Jewish Medical and Research Center


Researcher

National Jewish


Affiliations

The Colorado Association of Meth & Mold Professionals

Board Member


Web References(22 Total References)


CAMMP Board Members

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SHAWN ARBUCKLE


CAMMP Board Members

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Shawn Arbuckle - National Jewish Medical and Research CenterArbuckles@njc.orgMr. 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.


Meth / Lead / Carbon Monoxide - A-PRO Inspection Services of Utah

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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.


Meth Lab Information

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But the cooking process releases a cloud of toxic chemicals, including hydroch loric 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.


DEC Papers

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Authors:John W. Martyny , Ph.D., CIH - Associate Professor, National Jewish Medical and Research Center, Shawn L. Arbuckle - Industrial Hygiene Program Coordinator, National Jewish Medical and Research Center, Charles S. McCammon, Jr., Ph.D., CIH - Senior Industrial Hygienist, Tri-County Health Department, Eric J. Esswein, MSPH, CIH, CIAQP - Senior Industrial Hygienist, National Institute For Occupational Safety and Health, Nicola Erb - Epidemiologist, National Jewish Medical and Research Center.


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