Chemical Safety

Ensuring the safe and compliant use of chemicals on campus.

Liquid Nitrogen Dispensing and Sample Storage Use

Office of Environment, Health & Safety

Liquid Nitrogen – Dispensing and Sample Storage Use (Cryogenic Liquid)

Chemical Waste Recharge

Office of Environment, Health & Safety
2003

Directions for completion:

Complete all of the information on the form. For additional instructions, double click on the question marks on the PDF. Print one copy to sign and send to EH&S and print one copy to keep for your records. Fax or mail the completed Recharge Authorization Form to the Office of Environment, Health & Safety.

FAX number: 643-7595
Campus Address: EH&S, University Hall, Room 317, MC 1150

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Lead Waste

Office of Environment, Health & Safety
2005

Radioactive Adioactive Waste Handling Andling Lead Waste Fact Sheet

How do I get my lab coat cleaned?

Mail-Mail Laundry

Place your soiled coat into a sealed bag. Put the bag into the campus mail bin located in your mailroom. Once it is cleaned, your coat will be mailed directly back to your lab.

Hamper-Hanger Laundry

Place your soiled coat in the hamper at your designated location. Pick up your clean coat on the adjacent hangar the following Thursday.

How do I find out what PPE I need for my work?

Your LHAT voucher will show what PPE is necessary for your work. This was designated by your PI in accordance with what hazards are present in your workspace.

Drum, determine contents

Office of Environment, Health & Safety
2002

RADIOACTIVE WASTE
DETERMINING THE CONTENTS OF THE DRUM AND PREPARING FOR A POTENTIAL SPILL

Chemical/Radioactive release, cleanup

Office of Environment, Health & Safety
2005

EMERGENCY RESPONSE
CLEANING A RELEASE OF A CHEMICAL(S) AND RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL(S)

Waste, segregating

Office of Environment, Health & Safety
2005

Radioactive waste,
Segregating waste

Hydrogen Safety Fact Sheet

Office of Environment, Health & Safety
2013