Chemical and Laboratory Safety

Wake Forest University Health Sciences believes that proper storage, handling and disposal of chemical materials is an essential component of Laboratory Safety. The Environmental Health & Safety staff works to anticipate, recognize, evaluate, and control personnel exposures when working with hazardous chemicals. 

CHEMICAL INTERNAL SITE(Authorization necessary for this site.)

CMIS (Chemical Management Inventory System)

FORMS

PLANS/PROGRAMS/POLICIES

STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES (SOPs)

Prudent Practices in the Laboratory Handling and Disposing of Chemicals

    

LABORATORY  
 Laboratory Closeout/Relocation/Room Addition: 
    1. Notification Form
    2. Lab Closeout, Relocation, or Room Addition Checklist
Moving “Contaminated” Equipment
Chemical Emergency Spill Procedures
PPE Assessment and Training Form
PPE Policy for Labs

SAFETY GUIDES 
Incompatible Materials
Fume Hoods
Fume Hood vs. Biosafety Cabinet             
Glove Boxes
Protective Gloves Outside Lab
Latex-Nitrile Glove Comparison

     

CHEMICAL SAFETY COMMITTEE
CSC Overview
CSC Roster
Particularly Hazardous Chemicals 
Chemical Use Application
Working with Nanomaterials

  

 

Last Updated: 01-21-2014
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