. Fire/Life Safety & Emergency Preparedness
. Place evacuation maps at all entranceswithin the new lab space.
Yes6. Place first aid maps (locations of first aidkits, eyewash stations, etc.)
Yes7. Place maps with locations of fireextinguishers and pull alarms at allentrances within the new lab space.
Yes8. Affix warning labels in necessary vicinities(warnings for hazardous materials,dangerous equipment, etc.)
Yes9. Provide lab emergency contact informationto the faculty of mechanical engineering.
Yes10. Determine if there will be any emergencybackup systems (emergency power,temperature alarm response, etc.)
11. Complete inventory of hazardous goodsthat will be relocated.
Yes12. Complete inventory of lab equipment withvalue greater than $2
D. Chemical Safety & Waste Management
13. Ensure that lab personnel know where lab-specific Material Safety Data Sheets(MSDS) are readily found on paper or online.
N/A14. Ensure that there are sufficient waste binsfor all necessary waste types (garbage,recycle, chemical, biological, etc.)
. Ensure that all elevated storage isminimum 18´ from the ceiling
16. Arrange for Dr. Lipsett to reviewLaboratory Relocation Safety Checklist
Yes17. Order appropriate personal protectiveequipment (PPE) for the range of hazardsfound in this lab (gloves, splash goggles,aprons, etc.)