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Chemical Hygiene Plan

Whitney M. Powell
Our
Sc h o o l
2018
August 20
18 September

August 2018
OSHA’s
Occupational Exposure to
Hazardous Chemicals in
Laboratories Standard

specifies the mandatory


requirement of a Chemical
Hygiene Plan (CHP) to protect
people from harm due to
Title 29, Standard hazardous chemicals
1910.1450
Chemical
Hygiene
Officers
Che
mic
Stor al
age
Inve &
ntor
y
Safety & Personal
Protective Equipment
CodeRVA Core Values
Lab Safety Contract

● Establish and secure a


safe working
environment
● Importance placed on
safety and potential
ramifications
● Behavioral expectations
and enforcement
Installation of properly Nex
vented fume hood t
Step
s

Creating labels with


barcodes to improve
efficiency of maintaining
chemical inventory Self Safety Checklist
Commonwe
alth
Safety in scie of Virginia, Department
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