From: "Pikulin, David" <david.pikulin**At_Symbol_Here**VEOLIA.COM>
Subject: Re: [DCHAS-L] Laboratory Safety Inspections
Date: Mon, 1 Feb 2016 12:06:51 -0500
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2. General safety (safety showers, eye rinse stations, fume hoods fire extinguishers, etc.). Chemical safety (any visible spills on benches or leaks in cabinets, chemicals expired, chemicals stored improperly, etc.).

3. We have weekly, monthly and annual inspections. All covering different items.

4. No need to justify them here, We have full support from senior management when it comes to safety related items and inspections\audits are things that are pushed as they can catch small issues before they become major issues.

On 29 January 2016 at 18:54, April Karr <karra**At_Symbol_Here**> wrote:


Trying to do a little benchmarking; could you please share with me:

1.) Does your Institution do laboratory safety inspections?

2.) What areas are covered (general safety, chemical safety, biosafety, etc)?

3.) How often?

4.) How did you justify the need for these inspections to leadership?

Thanks much!

April Karr | Chemical Safety Officer/Laboratory Safety Advisor

Oregon Health & Science University

Environmental Health & Radiation Safety | Mail code: PP170

3181 SW Sam Jackson Pk Rd |Portland, OR 97239

David Pikulin
Laboratory Manager, New Jersey Branch
Industrial Business

+1 732 537 4123
/ cell
+1 908 256 3856
/ fax
+1 732 469 7492

125 Factory Lane / Middlesex, NJ 08846


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