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CHEMICAL HYGIENE PLAN (29 CFR 1910.1450)

CHEMICAL HYGIENE PLAN (29 CFR 1910.1450)

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CHEMICAL HYGIENE PLAN (29 CFR 1910.1450)

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  1. CHEMICAL HYGIENE PLAN(29 CFR 1910.1450) Occupational Exposure To Hazardous Chemicals In Laboratories

  2. GENERAL PRINCIPLES • Minimize chemical exposures • Avoid underestimation of risks • Provide adequate ventilation • Adhere to the chemical hygiene plan (CHP) • Observe permissible exposure limits (PELs) and threshold limit values (TLVs)

  3. RESPONSIBILITIES • Department head • Chemical hygiene officer (CHO) • Building site chemical hygiene officer • Laboratory instructors • Laboratory assistants

  4. LABORATORY FACILITY • Design arrangement • Equipment arrangement • Maintenance • Laboratory usage • Ventilation

  5. ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING • Job safety analysis • Housekeeping • Inspections • Air quality

  6. CHEMICAL HANDLING • Procurement • Receipt • Distribution • Storage

  7. SAFE USE OF CHEMICALS • General chemical use • Flammables and combustibles • Corrosives • Reactives • Carcinogens, reproductive toxins, and highly acute toxins

  8. PPE • Eye protection • Face • Clothing, close toe shoes • Protective aprons, lab coats, etc. • Gloves • Respirators

  9. PPE TRAINING • When PPE is necessary • What type PPE is necessary • How PPE is to be worn and adjusted • PPE limitations • How to maintain PPE • Useful life of the PPE • Proper disposal of PPE

  10. MEDICAL PROGRAM • Medical surveillance not mandated in this standard • Employer must provide medical attention for work related injuries, exposures, and exposure symptoms • Employer must provide any follow-up medical attention • Health professional consulted can be employer’s choice

  11. LAB SAFETY EQUIPMENT • Fire extinguishers • Safety showers • Eyewash station • Fume hoods • Flammable, corrosive, and explosive chemicals storage • Safety shields

  12. RECORDS AND REPORTS • Accident reports • Chemical hygiene plan • Chemical inventory list • Training reports • Medical reports • Records of exposure • Inspections and survey reports

  13. EMERGENCY RESPONSE • Chemical releases • Fire • Medical emergencies • Natural disasters • Man-made emergencies

  14. HAZARD COMMUNICATION • For non-lab employees • Employee right-to-know standard • Written program required • Chemical inventory list (CIL) • Material safety data sheets (MSDS) • Container labeling and other signage • Employee training

  15. HAZARDOUS WASTE • Any chemical or mixture that will upon exposure produce injury, illness, or damage to persons, equipment, or the environment • Chemical disposal procedures • Personal protective equipment disposal • Sharps disposal • Clothing exposure to hazardous waste