From: John Benedik <JBenedik**At_Symbol_Here**UWYO.EDU>
Subject: [DCHAS-L] Guidelines, procedure or policy
Date: March 20, 2013 10:34:05 AM EDT
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Good morning everyone,


We are looking to see if anyone has a written guidance, procedure or policy document that may be shared for custodial and craft skills staff when working in a lab situation? What training that might be provided beyond HazCom? This is for any type of lab: chemical, biological (up to BSL3 level), engineering, agricultural (greenhouses), small and large animal (mice to elk), Nano-particles, laser, radiological labs and teaching labs.


The question came up here when there was a request from a lab to have the floors cleaned. What is the responsibility of the lab (removing of items from the floor, hood or area if wall were to be painted before any work is started by physical plant personnel?


John b


John E. Benedik Jr.

Chemical Safety Specialist

Environmental Health & Safety

University of Wyoming

1000 E. University Ave., Dept 4305

Laramie, Wyoming 82071


Wyo Hall Rm 260

Phone: (307) 766-2649

Fax: (307 766-6116

E-mail: jbenedik**At_Symbol_Here**


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