OEHS Facilities & Operations Safety

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Facilities and Operations employees may be exposed to office, general industry, and construction hazards daily, depending upon his/her job.  The information on this web page is designed to provide assistance to Facilities & Operations Employees maintain a safe and healthful work force and place.

Indoor Air Quality (pdf)-  Airborne dust, Asbestos, Bioaerosols (living and nonliving biological air contaminants), Carbon dioxide,  Carbon monoxide, Environmental Tobacco Smoke, Formaldehyde, Laboratory Chemicals, Ozone, Radon, Volatile organic compounds

Facilities & Operations Safety Manual / UAH General Industry Safety Guidelines (doc)

Bloodborne Pathogen Control Plan – Injuries, blood splatters, other human fluids?  This provides guidelines on how to protect yourself and others when handling, cleaning or otherwise exposed to  potentially infectious material.

Gas Cylinder Policy (docx)

Hazardous Communication (HazCom) Program (docx) – Provides information on the safe use, storage, and or handling of hazardous materials in non-laboratory settings.  Labs are covered under the Chemical hygiene and Lab Safety Plans.

Respiratory Protection Program (docx) – Respiratory protection is used when engineering and administrative controls do not reduce hazardous material exposure below acceptable limits.  It is also employed in oxygen deficient atmospheres.  All persons who use any type of respiratory protection must have training.  Contact the OEHS for more information.

Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasures Plan – The SPCC is required by the EPA.  It is the written document of how UAH will respond to releases of oil into the environment.

Lockout Tagout Program (pdf) – When implemented hazards resulting from hazardous releases of energy can be significantly reduced.

Ladder Inspection Guide (doc) – Use this as a general guideline to insure ladders are in good working condition.