Safety

NEW PEOPLE DO EITHER THE  LAB/FIELD/OFFICE  OR  OFFICE ONLY WORKSHEET

IF you do any training through STARS, please let me know so I can add it to your records, Chris x216 cpatton@stanford.edu.

Protecting People, Environment and Property

Look Around ~ Be Aware ~ Anticipate Problems.
"Yet" is an accident waiting to happen.

emergencies - preparing for emergencies
hazards - hazards and how to deal with them
protections - how to protect yourself (including training)
animals - working safely & respectfully with animals
qlinks - records, maps, minors, chemtraker, etc.
recycle - not everything is hazardous, please recycle when you can
PI responsibilities - PI’s are the single most important element for safety in their lab

Stanford Chemical Hygiene Plan 2017

CHEM INV SEARCH      QUICK HAZ SEARCH        chemstor cheat sheet       Shipping Form - Dry Ice

As a member of the Stanford community, you play an important role in ensuring safety on campus. Safety requires locking your doors and being aware of your surroundings in order to protect yourself and your property. It also requires actively looking out for the best interests of those around us and taking appropriate steps to respond. Immediately call 9-1-1 or 9-9-1-1 from a campus phone to notify the police and emergency response personnel of a perceived threat, suspicious activity, or violation of law. When appropriate and safe to do so, actively intervene to prevent, discourage or disrupt violations of university policies or notify the appropriate university official who can intervene.   Laura Wilson - Director of Public Safety

 

There is no "5 second rule" for hazardous materials. Use 2nd containment, personal protective equipment. Report all incidences. Call Chris to pick up waste.

 

 

EMERGENCIES DIAL 9-911 from most station landline phones.

police 647-7900     fire 648-3110     health 647-7650      f&w 649-2817      pg&e 800-743-5000

Last modified Wed, 22 Nov, 2017 at 10:31