Date: Tue, 21 Dec 2010 10:33:33 -0600
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From: Katherine Wall <kwall**At_Symbol_Here**WAUBONSEE.EDU>
Subject: SOP for First Responders

The chief of our campus police has asked me to write up a SOP for his staff when dealing with an emergency in the Chemistry labs.  I have a CHP that talks about emergency situations, but he is looking for something very specific that can be used for training.  Does anyone have something like that I could use as a guide?
Also, do you require the first responders (police, fire fighters, EMTs, etc.) to put on safety goggles or glasses before entering a Chemistry lab that could be full of students activity completing their experiments?
Thank you!
Kathy Wall
Chemistry Lab Coordinator
Office SCI 204
Waubonsee Community College
Rt 47 at Waubonsee Dr.
Sugar Grove, IL  60554
(630) 466-7900 ext 2347
email kwall**At_Symbol_Here**

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