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Lab Safety Manual
EHS has developed a Lab Safety Manual which contains a Lab-Specific Chemical Hygiene Plan Template. The Lab Safety Manual is a tool which you can use to prepare a lab specific Chemical Hygiene Plan for your lab. The most important place to begin implementing the Lab Specific Chemical Hygiene Plan is in completing hazard assessments and inserting your current lab specific SOPs. The Chemical Hygiene Plan should be reviewed and, if necessary, updated annually. The Lab Safety Manual can be found here: Lab Safety Manual
Personal Protective Equipment training certifications should also be completed for each person working in your labs. The completed certification forms can be filed under tab #10 in the Chemical Hygiene Plan. A Hazard Assessment and Controls Form can be found here: Lab Hazard Assessment Form
This document can be used to determine what PPE is required, and it documents that determination. It is recommended that the hazard assessment be completed by the PI for hazards in the lab to determine PPE requirements for all activities. Then each person should complete the PPE Training Certification Form found here: PPE Training Certification Form
Specific PPE Information
Other Training Documentation
Other training conducted by yourself, other lab personnel, or online should also be documented. We have created forms which you can use for this purpose and they can be found here:
These can also be used to document any training that is taken with EHS if no other documentation is provided. All training documentation should be kept in the Lab Safety Manual in your lab.
Eyewash Inspection Documents
The Eyewash Weekly Inspection Checklist can be found here: Eyewash Test Log
We recommend all eyewashes be flushed on a weekly basis to keep the water in the eyewashes clean and ready for use and to ensure proper function. Improperly functioning eyewashes should be reported immediately to Zone Maintenance as instructed on the form.