OSHA Hazard Prevention Standards — Chemicals
Working with hazardous chemicals can be a very daunting task. Besides that, for setting up experiments, we forget to account for certain safety procedures that ultimately protect us and those around us. Therefore, it’s important to ensure that a dedicated laboratory Chemical Hygiene Officer (CHO) is present to implement these standards regularly.
In this infographic, we’ve detailed the different aspects that need to be considered ensuring complete protection from hazardous chemical.
At Kewaunee International, we’re very particular about incorporating these standards in the products we commission, which is why, if you’re looking for advisory services, get in touch with us today.
|The W’s||Aspects to consider|
|Who is covered?||
|What needs to be done?||
|Chemical Hygiene Plan (CHP)||
Source: OSHA Laboratory Standards Fact Sheet (2011)
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