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CHEMICAL HYGIENE PLAN (29 CFR 1910.1450). Occupational Exposure To Hazardous Chemicals In Laboratories. GENERAL PRINCIPLES. Minimize chemical exposures Avoid underestimation of risks Provide adequate ventilation Adhere to the chemical hygiene plan (CHP)

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chemical hygiene plan 29 cfr 1910 1450

CHEMICAL HYGIENE PLAN(29 CFR 1910.1450)

Occupational Exposure To Hazardous Chemicals In Laboratories

general principles
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)
responsibilities
RESPONSIBILITIES
  • Department head
  • Chemical hygiene officer (CHO)
  • Building site chemical hygiene officer
  • Laboratory instructors
  • Laboratory assistants
laboratory facility
LABORATORY FACILITY
  • Design arrangement
  • Equipment arrangement
  • Maintenance
  • Laboratory usage
  • Ventilation
environmental monitoring
ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING
  • Job safety analysis
  • Housekeeping
  • Inspections
  • Air quality
chemical handling
CHEMICAL HANDLING
  • Procurement
  • Receipt
  • Distribution
  • Storage
safe use of chemicals
SAFE USE OF CHEMICALS
  • General chemical use
  • Flammables and combustibles
  • Corrosives
  • Reactives
  • Carcinogens, reproductive toxins, and highly acute toxins
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PPE
  • Eye protection
  • Face
  • Clothing, close toe shoes
  • Protective aprons, lab coats, etc.
  • Gloves
  • Respirators
ppe training
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
medical program
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
lab safety equipment
LAB SAFETY EQUIPMENT
  • Fire extinguishers
  • Safety showers
  • Eyewash station
  • Fume hoods
  • Flammable, corrosive, and explosive chemicals storage
  • Safety shields
records and reports
RECORDS AND REPORTS
  • Accident reports
  • Chemical hygiene plan
  • Chemical inventory list
  • Training reports
  • Medical reports
  • Records of exposure
  • Inspections and survey reports
emergency response
EMERGENCY RESPONSE
  • Chemical releases
  • Fire
  • Medical emergencies
  • Natural disasters
  • Man-made emergencies
hazard communication
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
hazardous waste
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