Date: Fri, 31 Jul 2009 11:21:03 -0500
Reply-To: "Schmidt-Nebril, Kathleen" <kschmidtnebril**At_Symbol_Here**DOM.EDU>
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From: "Schmidt-Nebril, Kathleen" <kschmidtnebril**At_Symbol_Here**DOM.EDU>
Subject: Safety Training/Safety Teams

I am looking for feedback specifically from smaller colleges and universities(below)or others  as to how the schools are handling the required OSHA training, records, chemical and biological safety regulations etc.  Are these duties held by individual officers from respective departments or is there a separate department handling all?  I am currently chemistry faculty at Dominican University with the responsibility of CHO and general chemical safety and we are trying to establish a safety team approach so any feedback on how other smaller universities are handling safety training, regulations and general compliance would be greatly appreciated.

Benedictine University (IL) 

Capital University (OH)

College of St. Catherine (MN)

Lewis University (IL)

Maryville University of St. Louis (MO)

North Central College (IL)

St. Ambrose University (IA)

St. Edward's University (TX)

St. Mary's College of California (CA)

St. Xavier University (IL)

University of Detroit Mercy (MI)

University of Indianapolis (IN)

Thank You

Kathleen Schmidt Nebril- NRCC-CHO

Chemistry Div.

Dominican University

7900 W Division

River Forest, Il 60305

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