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Here is  the updated link to OSU Environmental Health and Safety training web site where you will find links to all safety training videos offered by EHS. http://oregonstate.edu/ehs/training

Laboratory Safety Training and Hazardous Communication: SDS and GHS( Global Harmonizing System) are required viewings for all personnel that work in laboratory settings to comply with new OSHA regulations. New for 2014:  All  new laboratory personnel will need to complete these two trainings before they will be given afterhours access to Nash. Current laboratory personnel will also need to view these videos and have until the spring Fire and Life Safety inspection to comply. The direct links to these videos are listed below.

Laboratory Safety Training (video)

Hazardous Communication: SDS and GHS (Global Harmonizing System

GENERAL LAB SAFETY TRAINING

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LINKS TO ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH AND SAFETY

SAFETY TRAINING CALENDAR

BUILDING EVACUATION

Police:  Emergencies:  7-7000

Non-emergencies:  7-3010

BUILDING EVACUATION CHECKLIST

1.  Leave building immediately when alarm sounds

2.  Call 911 on your cell when you are outside to report alarm

3.  Do not re-enter buidling until fire or police personnel give permission to do so.

4.  If the building is being evacuated, the evacuation will be signaled by a fire alarm.

5.  All personnel should be at least 300 feet from the building. 

6.  Exits are marked in all buildings.

7.  NEVER USE AN ELEVATOR TO EXIT A BUILDING

 

CLASSROOM/LAB INSTRUCTOR RESPONSIBILITIES

Select someone to lead the class safely out of the building

Assign two individuals for any student with disabilities to assist with their safe evacuation from the building

Check any adjoining areas, such as restroom or vacant rooms and be sur that everye is notifed to leave

The instructor, student(s) with disabilites, and students assisting these persons should be the last inviduals evacuated.

Enforce 300 feet boundary

Cehck to see that no one is msising.  If someone is unaccounted for, notify authorities immediately.

 

INDIVUDALS WITH DISABILITIES

Students, staff, and visitors who are blind should be assisted through hallways and stairways along designated evaucation rotues.

Wheelchair bound persons should follow designated evacuation routes on the ground floor and exit the building.  If not on the ground floow, wheel to the nearest fire escape or stairway door.  Rescue personnel will search these areas first.