- Emergency Guide
- · Certified Responders & Automatic External Defibrillator Locations
- · Program InfoPDF, Word
- Laboratory Safety Guide and Chemical Hygiene Plan
- ESF Battery Recycling Guidelines
- Waste Light Bulb Recycling Guidelines
- Material Safety Data Sheets
- Hazard Assessment Signage Program Instructions
- Chemical Labels
- Additional Safety Information
- Chemical Waste Management
Emergency Guide | NY-Alert | Laboratory Safety Guide and Chemical Hygiene Plan | ESF Battery Recycling Guidelines | Waste Light Bulb Recycling Guidelines | Material Safety Data Sheets | Hazard Assessment Signage Program Instructions | Chemical Labels | Additional Safety Information | Chemical Waste Management PDF, Word
A. All laboratory personnel shall:
- have access to a copy of the Laboratory Safety Guide/Chemical Hygiene Program.
- be informed of OSHA standard 1910.1450 - occupational exposure to hazardous chemicals in laboratories.
- receive information about Permissible Exposure Limits (PEL) and symptoms of exposure for any regulated chemicals to which they are exposed.
B. Laboratory Directors shall:
- review the Laboratory Safety Guide/Chemical Hygiene Program with their laboratory personnel.
- arrange for any additional information or specific training for their laboratory personnel.
- contact Chemical Hygiene Officer for assistance as needed.
C. Training shall:
- be conducted when personnel are first assigned to a laboratory.
- be conducted when new hazardous chemicals or procedures are introduced into a laboratory.
- be conducted at least annually.
- be conducted in compliance with 29CFR 1910.1200 (e).
(See Appendix K)