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Hazard Communication Training Guide


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HAZARD COMMUNICATION TRAINING GUIDE

This training guide is designed to complement the Hazard Communication Training given by EHS. It is not meant to replace such training. All University employees working with or around chemicals in a non-laboratory environment are required to attend training by EHS.  If you are working in a lab, you should attend Laboratory Standard Training.

 

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Section 1: General Information about Chemical Safety
Section 2: Hazard Communication Program Summary 
Section 3: Personal Protective Equipment 
Section 4: Chemical Fume Hood Use
Section 5: Explanation of Material Safety Data Sheet Information
Section 6: Compressed Gas Cylinders
Section 7: Working with Flammable Liquids
Section 8: Electrical Safety
Section 9: Spill Response Procedures
Section 10: Chemical Waste Procedures
Appendix A: Chemical Use in Non-Laboratory Areas Self-Audit Checklist

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