- Lone Worker Guidelines
- Department of Homeland Security Chemicals of Interest
- Fume Hood Program
- Laboratory and Studio Chemical Safety Program
- UNI Policy on Laboratory Cleanout, Laboratory Cleanout Prior to Reassignment, Renovation or Demolition
- Laboratory Cleanout Checklist
- Medical Emergencies in Laboratories
- Emergency Response to Chemical Incidents
- Environmental Assessment Schedule
- Global Harmonized Systems Training
- Laboratory Door Signage
- Protocol for Chemical Spills
To self-enroll in one of the training topics, click on the desired course
- Hazard Communication and Global Harmonized System Training eLearning Course
- Hazardous Waste Training eLearning Course
You may then login to Blackboard under the eLearning suite and select and complete the desired course.
If you have never logged into the eLearning suite previously please click on Blackboard Learn and complete the required information.
Safety Data Sheets (SDS)
Do you need to keep Safety Data Sheets (SDS) for commercial products such as "Windex" and "White-Out"?
The answer is, “Most likely, no.”
According to the Hazard Communication Standard 29 CFR 1910.1200(a)(6)(ix) if an employer can show that the chemicals used within their area are used on the same frequency as a normal consumer then collection of the SDS is not required.
When are safety data sheets required?
Employees required to work with chemicals in a manner that results in a duration and frequency of exposure greater than what a normal consumer would experience have a right to know about the properties of hazardous chemicals that they may use in performance of their job (this would include the use of hazardous chemicals in a teaching, research laboratory or studio). SDS would be required in these circumstances.