Chris – the new Prudent Practices edition addresses embryotoxins, allergens, and other potentially infectious agents. If you can be patient for about 8 weeks, it should be available online or in hard copy. OSHA has also indicated it may be reviewing the lab standard later this year and could expand to cover these hazards.
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Sorry for the cross posting.
The lab safety standard (29 CFR 1910.1450) suggests some alternate procedures in the Appendix A for inclusion in a chemical hygiene plan.
I was wondering if anyone has standard operating procedures for work with “Allergens and Embryotoxins” and/or “Animal Work with Chemicals of High Chronic Toxicity”
that they would be willing to share.
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