The mission of the Laboratory Safety Program is to promote a high quality of laboratory safety practices and to ensure regulatory compliance for all uses of laboratory equipment and hazardous chemicals.
Laboratory Chemical Safety Plan
Table of Contents
Laboratory Safety Contacts
2.0 Control Measures
3.0 Standard Operating Procedures
4.0 Information and Training
5.0 Medical Consultations and Examinations
6.0 Laboratory Safety Equipment
Appendix A OSHA Lab Standard
Appendix B Standard Forms
Appendix C Chemical Lists
Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Control Plan
Chemical Fume Hoods
Chemical Segregation and Storage Chart
Controlled Substances Guidelines for Research
Eyewash and Safety Showers
Hazard Analysis Laboratory Sign (HALS) Program
Hazardous Waste Management Guide
Laboratory Safety Audit Checklist
Mercury Reduction-Elimination Guideline
Minors in Hazardous Work Areas
Tornado Preparedness for Laboratories
Visitors’ Access to Laboratories
Administer the HALS program.
Evaluate the functionality of chemical fume hoods.
Manage hazardous chemical wastes produced in laboratory environments.
Perform hazard assessments.
Participate in laboratory audits.
Provide Laboratory Chemical Safety Plan training.
Respond to reported incidents.