All the chemical factories are OK, but their web page will be down..
abc at firehouse.net
Wed Dec 22 00:34:14 UTC 1999
Subject line says it all. I got this today from the Chemical Safety Board..
Silly season is definitely upon us.
Have a happy and safe new year!
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Subject: CHEMICAL SAFETY BOARD WEB SITE TO UNDERGO PRECAUTIONARY 24-HOUR Y2K SHUT DOWN; ALSO, YEAR 2000 CHEMICAL SAFETY CARD AVAILABLE
Date: Tue, 21 Dec 1999 17:54:45 -0500
The following message is from the United States Chemical Safety and Hazard
Investigation Board (CSB), Washington D.C.
As a precaution and to protect critical information systems, the CSB web
site will be shut down, temporarily, for approximately 24 hours beginning
at 8 a.m. Eastern Standard Time (U.S.A.) on December 31st. This is a
precautionary Y2K-related shutdown. The web site is scheduled to return
to operation on the Internet at Saturday morning, Jan. 1, 2000.
Chemsafety.gov users are advised to download information from the site
prior to the shutdown.
We regret this inconvenience.
On a positive Year 2000 note, the CSB advises that copies of its "fully
Y2K-compliant" chemical safety calendar wallet card are available for
distribution. For details visit http://www.chemsafety.gov/about/cards.htm .
This message was transmitted at 5:31 PM Eastern Time (U.S.A.) on December 21,
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