A.  All laboratory personnel shall:

  1. have access to a copy of the Laboratory Safety Guide/Chemical Hygiene Program.
  2. be informed of OSHA standard 1910.1450 - occupational exposure to hazardous chemicals in laboratories.
  3. receive information about Permissible Exposure Limits (PEL) and symptoms of exposure for any regulated chemicals to which they are exposed.

B.  Laboratory Directors shall:

  1. review the Laboratory Safety Guide/Chemical Hygiene Program with their laboratory personnel.
  2. arrange for any additional information or specific training for their laboratory personnel.
  3. contact Chemical Hygiene Officer for assistance as needed.

C.  Training shall:

  1. be conducted when personnel are first assigned to a laboratory.
  2. be conducted when new hazardous chemicals or procedures are introduced into a laboratory.
  3. be conducted at least annually.
  4. be conducted in compliance with 29CFR 1910.1200 (e).

            (See Appendix K) 


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