Environmental Health and Safety Resources
Safety and Risk Management actively promotes a positive, responsible, and integrated safety culture throughout the University. Several resources will assist the University community to maintain this culture and environment.Chemical Inventory list with at minimum the CAS # for each chemical is required.OSHA List of Known or Suspected Carcinogens - As referenced in the Hazard Warning Signage System.
Workplace Self-Inspection Checklist
- General Checklist that applies to all locations on campus.
- Laboratory Specific Checklist for laboratories only (to be done in conjunction with the General Checklist).
Each laboratory that has chemicals present is required to maintain and train employees on their Chemical Hygiene Plan (CHP). The CHP outlines what practices are acceptable in the lab, as well as Standard Operating Procedures. To complete the hazard assessment section, you will need to have a current Chemical Inventory. The CHP shall be posted in a conspicuous location in the lab, accessible to the occupants and entrants, and all lab employees must be trained on the contents.
Each work area that has chemicals present is required to maintain a current Chemical Inventory. That inventory will assist supervisors to complete the Chemical Hygiene Plan. All inventories shall be submitted to Safety and Risk Management annually. Submitting a complete Chemical Inventory with at minimum a CAS # for each chemical will allow for the NFPA placard to be placed on the Hazard Warning Sign.
Use this hotline for reports of Accountinting/Financial, Athletic, Discrimination/Harassment, Health/Safety, Human Resources, Information Security/Technology, and Research. CALL 911 for all emergencies.
These websites assist workers and supervisors choose an appropriate glove to wear while handling certain chemicals and substances.
The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) outlines maximum allowable quantities of flammable and combustible liquids in each building. Download the .PDF and view Table 10.1.1(a) for metric allowable quantities, and 10.1.1(b) for US allowable quantities. Table 10.1.2 shows maximum allowable container capacities.
This OSHA guide outlines risks, OSHA requirements, recommended first aid supplies, trainings, and more in relation to Workplace First Aid.
If you are approached by a Regulatory Agency to perform any type of inspection, please follow these procedures.