WORKSHOP PRESENTED — A recent workshop on Safety in the Chemistry Workplace was sponsored by the Kentucky Lake Section under auspices of an Innovative Projects Grant from the American Chemical Society and in conjunction with the 28th annual Science Bowl at the University of Tennessee at Martin. Twenty high school teachers and other personnel from area schools participated in the workshop. Compliance with EPA and OSHA regulations and prudent laboratory safety practices were discussed and sparked interaction among those in attendance. Among participants and resource people involved in the workshop were (from left, front row) Keith Butler, KLS president; Betty Jackson, Gleason High School; Mandy Hopper, Union City High School; Marion Pitts, Westview High School; Rosalyn Croce, Memphis University School; Analice Sowell, Memphis University School; Malea Mullins, University School of Jackson; Judy Sanderson, University School of Jackson; Martha Gunn Poole, Houston High School; (back row) Dr. S.K. Airee, Science Bowl coordinator and KLS counselor; Melanie Rosebrock, Hutchison School, Memphis; Terry Tyree, Bradford High School; Faunne Brown, Hutchison School, Memphis; Kenny Crowell, Waverly Central High School; Gary Mansfield, UT Martin; Larry Stewart, Stewart Environmental Services, Jackson; Dr. Michael Schwartz, Memphis University School; Willie Chandler, Madison Academic, Jackson; Jane Ramer, University School of Jackson; Bob Roberts, Houston High School; and Kelly Shanks, Trinity Christian Academy.