- 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
XVI. MEDICAL EXAMINATION
Any ESF employee who is exposed to hazardous chemicals has the right to a medical examination and follow-up treatment, if the physician deems it necessary, under the following circumstances:
- If symptoms develop that are associated with the hazardous chemical(s) to which they were exposed.
- When air monitoring reveals an exposure level routinely above the action or permissible exposure level.
- Whenever an event such as a spill, leak, explosion, or fire occurs which results in the likelihood of a hazardous chemical exposure.
Exposed employees must notify their supervisor as soon as possible and an Incident/Injury Report should be filed promptly.