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					DEPARTMENT of NUTRITION
                                            UC DAVIS

                                  Department of Nutrition

                    INJURY AND ILLNESS PREVENTION PROGRAM

This Injury and Illness Prevention Program has been prepared by the University of California, Nutrition
department in accordance with University Policy (UCD Policy & Procedure Manual Section 290-15:
Safety Management Program) and California Code of Regulations Title 8, Section 3203 (8 CCR, Section
3203). The goal of the program is to provide and maintain a safe and healthful work environment for all
of our students and employees. Each member within the department is required to follow and adhere to
the items set forth in this program.

The purpose of this Injury & Illness Prevention Program is to:
a) Establish a management framework for reducing the risks associated with workplace injuries and
    illnesses,
b) Identify what is required to promote the safety and health,
c) Create an outline of policies and procedures to achieve safety and health goals.




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                             UC DAVIS – NUTRITION DEPARTMENT
                         INJURY AND ILLNESS PREVENTION PROGRAM
                                             TABLE OF CONTENTS
Preface Department Information………………………………………………………………………….………… 5
      I. Authorities and Responsible Parties……………………………………………………………….………… 6
     II. System of Communications…………………………………………………………………..……………….. 7
   III. System for Assuring Employee Compliance with Safe Work Practices………………..……..…………. 8

    IV. Hazard Identification, Evaluation, and Inspection………………………………………………...……….. 9
               Appendix IV (A): Job Safety Analysis & Hazard Evaluation Form (Office)…………………..…….…… 10
               Appendix IV (B): Job Safety Analysis & Hazard Evaluation Form (Laboratory)……………...……...….. 11
               Appendix IV (C): Worksite Inspection Form (Office) ………………………...…………………….....…..13
               Appendix IV (D): Worksite Inspection Form (Laboratory)……………………….........………...……….. 14
               Appendix IV (E): Hazard Alert Form……………………………………………………………...………. 16

     V. Hazard Correction…………………………………………………………………………………………….. 17
               Appendix V (A): Hazard Correction Form…………………...……………………………………..……… 18

   VI. Animal Bite Injuries……………………………………………………………………….………………….. 19
               Appendix VI (A): First Aid Procedures for Animal Bites (Posting Notice)………………………….…….. 21
               Appendix VI (B): Medical Care of Animal Bites (Posting Notice)………………………………….…….. 22
               Appendix VI (C): Post-Test for First Aid Procedures………………………………………………..…….. 23
               Appendix VI (D): Animal Bite Report Form ………………………………………………….….…....….. 24
               Appendix VI (E): Health Risk Reference for Instructors and Students with Animal Contact………….….. 25
               Appendix VI (F): References and Additional Resources List for Safety in Animal Use………….……….. 26

  VII. Accident Response and Investigation……………………………………………………...………….…….. 28
               Appendix VII (A): UCD Employer’s Report of Occupational Injury or Illness………………….....….….. 32
               Appendix VII (B): Accident Report and Investigation Form…………………..…………….…………….. 33

 VIII. Health and Safety Training…………………………………………………………………………….…….. 33
               Appendix VIII (A): Office Safety Training – General and Specific Safety Rules and Practices …….…… 34
               Appendix VIII (B): EH&S SafetyNets – Master List useful for Office Safety Training……………….….. 37
               Appendix VIII (C): Laboratory Safety Training – General and Specific Safety Rules & Practices……..... 38
               Appendix VIII (D): EH&S SafetyNets – Master List useful for Laboratory Safety Training …………….. 42
               Appendix VIII (E): List and description of EH&S Safety Training courses and classes ……………...….. 45

   IX. Recordkeeping and Documentation………………………………………………..………………….…….. 49
               Appendix IX (A): Individual Training Documentation for Office Training …………………..…….…….. 50
               Appendix IX (B): Individual Training Documentation for Laboratory Training ………...………….…….. 51
               Appendix IX (C): Safety Training Attendance Record ………………………………..…………….…….. 52




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     X. Laboratory Chemical Hygiene Plan…………………………………………………………………..…….. 54
               Appendix X (A): Chemical Hygiene Plan checklist…………………………………...…………….…….. 55
               Appendix X (B): Laboratory Safety Survey Guidelines……………………………………….…….…….. 57
               Appendix X (C): Site-specific Responsibility for Chemical Hygiene……………………………….…….. 61
               Appendix X (D): Site-specific Information on Chemical Receiving, Storing or Dispensing………..…….. 62
               Appendix X (E): MSDS and other Reference Materials available in the Laboratory……………….…….. 63
               Appendix X (F): Emergency Response Instructions……………………………….…………….….…….. 64
               Appendix X (G): Site-specific Hazardous Material Control Systems ………………………...…….…….. 65
               Appendix X (H): Personal Protective Equipment available in the Laboratory………………...…….…….. 66
               Appendix X (I):   Prior Approvals Required for Laboratory Functions…………………………..….…….. 67
               Appendix X (J): Laboratory Safety Survey (checklist)………………………………………...…..…….. 69
               Appendix X (K): CHP Information and Required Elements POSTINGS (template) ………………...….. 73


   XI. Additional Resources ……………………………………………………..……………………………… 74




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                                 Department Information
Department Name: Nutrition

Department Director: Francene Steinberg

Address: 3135B Meyer Hall

Telephone Number: (530) 752-0160


Buildings Occupied by Department
     a) Building: Meyer Hall

           Unit(s): Main Department office and individual offices (south wing) and
                    Research Laboratories (north wing)
                       (rooms 1339, 3109, 3111, 3113, 3115, 3135 A-E, 3138, 3139, 3143, 3145, 3147, 3148, 3149,
                       3150A-I, 3202 A-C, 3205, 3207, 3209, 3211, 3215, 3217 A-C, 3241, 3243, 3245, 3247, 3249,
                       3251, 3252, 3252A, 3253 A-C, 3323, 3325, 3326, 3328, 3329, 3329A, 3401, 3401A, 3403,
                       3405, 3407, 3407A, 3408, 3412, 3415, 3415A, 3416, 3418, 3420, 3420A, 3422, 3422A, 3423,
                       3424, 3425, 3425A, 3427, 3428, 3429, 3430, 4303, 4303A, 4305, 4305A, 4306, 4306A, 4307,
                       4309)

           Contact: Mike Satre, DSC
           Phone: (530) 220-2677; (530) 752-1359


     b) Building: Academic Surge
           Unit(s): Ragle Facility (Rooms 1283A-1283S, except 1283M and 1283P)
           Primary Contact: Krystle Tagorda, SRA
                    Phone: (530) 752-2102
           Contact: Dr. Mike Satre, DSC
           Phone: (530) 220-2677; (530) 752-1359


     c) Building: Willow Cottage (TB33)
           Unit(s): Rooms: 001, 002, 003, 101, 104, 106, 107, 109, 110, 111, 112
           Primary Contact: Dr. Sivaleela Thallagadda
                    Phone: (530) 752-2906
           Contact: Mike Satre, DSC
           Phone: (530) 220-2677; (530) 752-1359




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I. Authorities and Responsible Parties
The authority and responsibility for the implementation and maintenance of the Injury and Illness
Prevention Program (IIPP) is in accordance with University Policy (UCD Policy & Procedure Manual
Section 290-15:Safety Management Program http://manuals.ucdavis.edu/PPM/290/290-15.htm) and California
Code of Regulations (8 CCR, Section 3203 http://www.dir.ca.gov/title8/3203.html) and is held by the following
individuals:




Additionally, all Principal Investigators (PI’s) and supervisors are responsible for the implementation
and enforcement of this IIPP within their areas of responsibility in accordance with University Policy
(UCD       Policy     &     Procedure    Manual   Section   290-15:    Safety   Management    Program
http://manuals.ucdavis.edu/PPM/290/290-15.htm). PI’s and supervisors are also responsible for assuring
employees and students are properly trained and that such training is documented in training records; that
work hazards are evaluated and identified; Standard Operating Procedures are reviewed annually and
updated as required.

All employees and students should follow the Standard Operating Procedures and use maximum care to
prevent injuries. All employees and students must use required safety equipment (such as personal
protective equipment) provided. Employees and students will report unsafe or hazardous situations,
equipment or practices to their supervisor, instructor or safety coordinator immediately. In the event of
any work-related accident or injury, all employees and students must notify their supervisor immediately.
All employees and students are required to read and understand training instructions (and not hesitate to
ask questions about work safety) and verify documentation of such in training records. Finally, all
employees and students agree to support and assist in the implementation of the department’s Safety and
Health Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP).

It is understood that the effectiveness and success of the Injury and Illness Prevention Program depends
upon the active support and commitment at all levels within the department and its units.


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 II. System of Communications
     1. Effective communications with Nutrition department employees have been established using the
        following methods:

                     Standard Operating Procedures Manual
                     Material Safety Data Sheets
                     Departmental operations meetings
                     Internal media (department intranet)
                     EH&S Safety Nets
                     Training videos
                     Handouts
                     Building Evacuation Plan
                     E-mail
                     Posters and warning labels
                     Job Safety Analysis – Initial Hire and annual review


     2. Employees are encouraged to report any potential health and safety hazard that may exist in the
        workplace. Hazard Alert Forms are available to employees and should be used for this purpose
        (see Appendix IV(A) for template). Forms are to be placed in the Safety Coordinator’s departmental
        mail box. Employees have the option to remain anonymous when making a report. Use of the
        form is not necessary, however, as employees may verbally discuss the issue with their immediate
        supervisor or the Department Safety Coordinator, or a member of the Department Safety
        Committee.

     3. Employees have been advised of adherence to safe work conditions, practices and the proper use
        of required personal protective equipment. Communication of this is included in initial and all
        subsequent training. Conformance will be reinforced by discipline for non-compliance in
        accordance with University policy (UCD Procedure 62 - Personnel Policies for Staff Members, Corrective
        Action).

     4. The Nutrition Department solicits safety-related information from employees during annual
        inspections. Employees are encouraged to report any safety concerns to their supervisors, with a
        copy to the Safety Coordinator, who also acts as the Chair of the Safety Committee. If the
        employee feels that his/her concerns are not being treated appropriately, he/she should take the
        matter up with a higher authority. If an employee wishes to remain anonymous, details of safety-
        related issues can be mailed to the Safety Coordinator.

     5. Employees have been advised that there will be no reprisals or other job discrimination for
        expressing any concern, comment, suggestion, or complaint about a safety-related matter.




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III. System for Assuring Employee Compliance with Safe Work Practices
Employees have been advised of adherence to safe work practices and the proper use of required personal
protective equipment. Conformance will be reinforced by discipline for non-compliance in accordance
with University policy (UCD Procedure 62 - Personnel Policies for Staff Members, Corrective Action).

The following methods are used to reinforce conformance with this program:

     1. Distribution of Policies
     2. Training Programs
     3. Safety Performance Evaluations

           Performance evaluations at all levels must include an assessment of the individual's commitment
           to and performance of the accident prevention requirements of his/her position. The following are
           examples of factors considered when evaluating an employee's safety performance.

               Adherence to defined safety practices.
               Use of provided safety equipment.
               Reporting unsafe acts, conditions, and equipment.
               Offering suggestions for solutions to safety problems.
               Planning work to include checking safety of equipment and procedures before starting.
               Early reporting of illness or injury that may arise as a result of the job.
               Providing support to safety programs.

     4. A statement of non-compliance will be placed in performance evaluations if employee neglects to
        follow proper safety procedures, and documented records are on file that clearly indicate training
        was provided for the specific topic, and that the employee understood the training and potential
        hazards.

     5. Corrective action for non-compliance will take place when documentation exists that proper
        training was provided, the employee understood the training, and thus the employee knowingly
        neglected to follow proper safety procedures. Corrective action includes, but is not limited to, the
        following: Letter of Warning, Suspension, or Dismissal.




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 IV. Hazard Identification, Evaluation, and Inspection
Job Hazard Analyses and worksite inspections have been established to identify and evaluate occupational
safety and health hazards.
1. Identification of Health Hazard
    The purpose of the Hazard Assessment is to ensure that all chemicals or other materials are evaluated
    for hazardous properties and that employees working with these chemicals are informed of those
    hazards and the precautions that should be taken when using such chemicals. To accomplish this, the
    following steps are implemented for each laboratory group:

          Inventory of hazardous chemicals or other materials, with the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)
           made available to employees.
          Labeling of all containers of hazardous materials in the workplace.
          Inclusion in the Training Program of actively informing employees of specific and potential
           hazards in the workplace.
          Written, Standard Operating Procedures (SOP’s) for such materials.
          Training in spill control procedures and posting of such procedures.

2. Job Safety Analysis:
   Job Safety Analysis (JSA) identifies and evaluates individual employee work functions, potential
   health or injury hazards, and specifies appropriate safe practices, personal protective equipment, and
   tools/equipment. The JSA should be conducted with all new employees in conjunction with other
   initial training. Template forms for Job Safety Analyses (JSAs) are Appendix IV(A) (for general
   office) and Appendix IV(B) (for research and analytical laboratories). Completed Job Safety Analyses
   should be kept on file in the IIPP Addendum Binder.

3. Worksite Inspections
   Worksite inspections are conducted to identify and evaluate potential hazards. Types of worksite
   inspections include both periodic scheduled worksite inspections as well as those required for accident
   investigations, injury and illness cases, and unusual occurrences. Inspections are conducted at the
   following worksites:

          Location:     Meyer Hall and Basement Animal Facility,
          Frequency:    Annually (or more frequently as required)
          Responsible Person: Individual Lab Managers and Dept. Safety Coordinator
          Records Location: 3205 Meyer Hall

          Location:     Academic Surge (Ragle Facility)
          Frequency:    Annually (or more frequently as required)
          Responsible Person: Individual Lab Managers and Dept. Safety Coordinator
          Records Location: 3205 Meyer Hall

          Location:     Willows Cottage (TB33)
          Frequency:    Annually (or more frequently as required)
          Responsible Person: Individual Lab Managers and Dept. Safety Coordinator
          Records Location: 3205 Meyer Hall

     Template Worksite Inspection Forms are Appendix IV(C) (general office) and Appendix IV(D)
     (laboratories). Completed Worksite Inspection Forms are to be kept on file in the IIPP Addendum
     Binder.
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IIPP – Appendix IV(A)

                     JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS and HAZARD EVALUATION
                                                                    (Office)
Department: Nutrition
Employee Name: ________________________________________ Location: _____________________
The following are meant to inform you of the most common potential hazards for the work area, but may not be
inclusive of all the potential hazards in your work area. The inspection and hazard evaluation of the work area
should not be limited to only these hazards. These guidelines are intended to be used in conjunction with area-
specific forms for the purpose of identifying hazards which need corrective action.


 JOB FUNCTION                    POTENTIAL HEALTH or                          SAFE PRACTICE, APPAREL or EQUIPMENT
                                   INJURY HAZARDS

General Office work          Backstrain, eyestrain, repetitive       Ensure that desks/workstations are ergonomically correct.
                             motion injury.                          Provide and use hand-trucks, dollies or carts to transport heavy items.
                                                                     Attend Ergonomics class or training offered by EH&S.
                                                                     Provide training for lifting/moving heavy objects.

                             Physical injury due to slips, trips,    Provide General Office Safety Training
                             falls or from falling objects.          Keep floors and aisles clear of debris, cords and liquid spills.
                                                                     Do not string electrical cords across aisles or walkways.
                                                                     Do not stand on chairs. Use approved foot stools or step ladders.
                                                                     Do not store heavy items overhead.
                                                                     Do not top-load filing cabinets; fill from bottom to top.
                                                                     Open only 1 file cabinet drawer at a time.
                                                                     Brace tall bookcases to walls.

                             Electrical Hazards                      Do not use extension cords in lieu of permanent wiring/outlets.
                                                                     Use only 3-pronged/grounded plugs.
                                                                     Do not exceed wattage limits of electrical appliances or outlets.
                                                                     Use only UL-/Fire Safety-approved surge protectors
                                                                     Surge protector power cords cannot exceed 15 feet.
                                                                     Do not plug extension cords into surge protectors.
                                                                     Do not plug a surge protector into another surge protector.
                                                                     Do not use frayed/damaged electrical cords. Replace immediately.
                                                                     Do not pinch, wedge or put heavy objects on top of electrical cords.

                             Office Equipment                        Follow manufacturer’s operating and safety instructions.
                                                                     Provide proper training in the use of all equipment.

                             Hazardous Chemicals associated          Inventory chemicals and maintain MSDS file.
                             with Office materials or                Store chemicals properly.
                             equipment                               Arrange for proper disposal as needed.
                                                                     Follow all labeling precautions for safe use.

                             Fire, Earthquake of other               Provide Emergency Action Plan and Training
                             disaster.                               Have escape route maps posted prominently

                             Workplace violence, suspicious          Attend workplace violence training (offered by UCD Police Dept.).
                             packages or bomb threats.               Provide training via postings in the receiving room listing things to
                                                                     look for, and call the UCD Police.

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IIPP – Appendix IV(B)

                     JOB SAFETY ANALYSIS and HAZARD EVALUATION
                                                         (Laboratory)
Department: Nutrition
Employee Name: ______________________________________ Location: _____________________
The following are meant to inform you of the most common potential hazards for the work area, but may not be
inclusive of all the potential hazards in your work area. The inspection and hazard evaluation of the work area
should not be limited to only these hazards. These guidelines are intended to be used in conjunction with area-
specific forms for the purpose of identifying hazards which need corrective action.


JOB FUNCTION                     POTENTIAL HEALTH or                     SAFE PRACTICE, APPAREL or EQUIPMENT
                                   INJURY HAZARDS

Laboratory work           Toxicant Exposure                   Be up-to-date on all relevant training. Attend all relevant/applicable
                          (chemical, radioactive materials,   training classes by UCD Safety Services/EH&S.
                          corrosives, carcinogen/mutagen,     Check and be familiar with all materials present in your work area.
                          neurotoxins, reproductive hazards   Read all appropriate safety information (SafetyNets; plans & manuals
                          and toxicants, blood-borne          on Chemical Hygiene, Radioactive Safety, Chemical Carcinogens,
                          pathogens)                          Blood-borne Pathogens, Chemical and Biohazardous waste disposal,
                                                              general and specific Laboratory Safety).
                                                              Know the location of Spill/clean-up kits, First-Aid kit, and nearest eye
                                                              wash/shower station. Ensure that each of these is available, functioning
                                                              or properly stocked.

                                                              Avoid unnecessary exposure:
                                                                Wear appropriate personal protective equipment:
                                                                 - Lab coats for general body protection
                                                                 - Gloves to avoid skin absorption
                                                                 - Eye protection (safety goggles or full-face shield)
                                                                 - Rubber gloves or apron as additional protection from corrosives
                                                                 - Closed toed shoes
                                                                Use appropriate, designated areas and equipment:
                                                                 - Use mask/respirator and/or work in fume hood
                                                                 - Use designated/specialized equipment

                                                              Segregate (in storage) incompatible chemicals.
                                                              Use only mechanical pipeting devices (NEVER PIPET BY MOUTH).
                                                              Use chemicals in smallest quantities practicable.
                                                              Use absorbent bench paper.
                                                              Clean lab bench/scale thoroughly after use; rinse glassware thoroughly
                                                              after use; wash hands thoroughly after use.
                                                              Post appropriate signs/labels.

                          Flammable Materials                 Store in approved flammable storage cabinets.
                                                              Segregate in storage from oxidizers and oxidizing acids.
                                                              Keep containers closed whenever practical.
                                                              Do not use around open flames or spark-generating equipment.
                                                              Use in appropriate, designated fume hood.
                                                              Purchase, store, and use in smallest volumes practicable.
                                                              Wear proper personal protective equipment

                          Radioactive Materials               Post appropriate signs/labels.
                                                              Use absorbent bench paper.
                                                              Use proper disposal techniques.
                                                              Monitor work area using swipes and/or Geiger-counter both before
                                                              and after using radioactive materials.
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IIPP – Appendix IV(B) - Continued                   Hazard Evaluation / Job Safety Analysis for Laboratories

JOB FUNCTION                     POTENTIAL HEALTH or                      SAFE PRACTICE, APPAREL or EQUIPMENT
                                   INJURY HAZARDS

Laboratory work           Seismic Hazards and Physical         Keep floors and aisles clear of debris, cords and spills.
                          injury due to falling, slipping,     Do not string electrical cords across aisles.
                          tripping, or from falling objects.   Do not stand on chairs. Use approved foot stools or step ladders.
                                                               Do not store heavy items overhead.
                                                               Do not top-load filing cabinets; fill from bottom to top.
                                                               Open only 1 file cabinet drawer at a time.
                                                               Brace tall bookcases to walls.

                          Compressed Gases                     Secure all cylinders properly.
                                                               Leave protective valve caps on during transport, storage or non-use.
                                                               Use cylinder hand-trucks to move cylinders.
                                                               Visually inspect integrity of tanks (check for dents, corrosion, pitting
                                                               bulges, leaks or any physical distortions). Notify lab supervisor and do
                                                               not use if any of the above are present.

                          Electrical Shock                     Do not overload outlet circuits.
                                                               Replace worn or frayed cords.
                                                               Use three pronged (grounded) plugs.
                                                               Do not use extension cords.
                                                               Do not force a plug into a non-matching receptacle.
                                                               Use GFIs with appliances in wet or potentially wet locations.
                                                               Keep area in front of circuit panels clear.
                          Equipment / Instrument use           Follow manufacturer's operating and safety instructions.
                                                               Inspect equipment regularly for broken/damaged parts and/or frayed
                                                               electrical cords.
                                                               Train employees/students in safe and proper use.
                          Fume Hoods & Biosafety               Have fume hoods/biosafety cabinets inspected and certified yearly.
                          cabinets
                                                               Use only hoods/cabinets displaying a current certification sticker.
                                                               Do not use any hood tagged as being inoperative or substandard.
                                                               Ensure that a visual indicator is present to show hood is operating.
                                                               Maintain all sashes in place.

                          Cryogenic Liquids                    Wear proper selected personal protective equipment (lab coat and/or
                                                               apron, eye protection or full face shield, rubber or insulated gloves,
                                                               closed toed shoes).
                                                               Use only in/with designated, proper vessels or equipment
                          Clean Areas
                                                               Posted “No Food In Laboratories” (per UCD policy and CalOSHA).
                                                               In designated, non-lab clean areas, post food storage refrigerators and
                                                               freezers with "Food only" or appropriate designation.
                                                               Store and consume food/drink in non-lab “Clean Areas” only
                                                               Other Clean Areas critical for Non-Chemical Work:
                                                               Do not use ANY laboratory chemicals in Clean Areas.
                                                               Wash hands, remove gloves before entering Clean Area.
                                                               Do not answer telephone when wearing gloves.
                                                               Acquaint all lab personnel with Policy and Procedure Manual 290-65
                                                               (http://manuals.ucdavis.edu/PPM/290/290-65.htm).

                          Emergency Evacuation                 Post evacuation route maps and departmental meeting place.


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IIPP – Appendix IV(C)
                                 WORKSITE SAFETY INSPECTION FORM
                                                           Office
Department: Nutrition                                                         Room:________________

PI:____________________________________                          Supervisor: _________________________________

Inspector: ______________________________                        Date:__________________


Administration, Training and Postings
 1.      Safety training records current and easily accessible                            YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
 2.      Emergency contacts                                                               YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
 3.      Work Injury Notice                                                               YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
 4.      Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) file                                          YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]

General Safety
 5.      Aisles and exits open and free of obstructions                                   YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
 6.      Carpet/rugs and flooring in good repair and free of tripping hazards             YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
 7.      Chairs, desks and other furniture free of damage that could cause injury         YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
 8.      File cabinets located such that drawers do not open into high traffic areas      YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
 9.      Cabinets and shelf units >5ft. secured to prevent fall in earthquake             YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
 10.     All heavy objects (books, equipment) stored on low level shelves                 YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
 11.     Work station ergonomics considered to prevent repetitive motion injury           YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
 12.     Fire extinguisher accessible, charged and displays current inspection label      YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
 13.     First-Aid Kit                                                                    YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]

Electrical Hazards and Fire Safety
 14.     Plugs, cords, receptacles un damaged                                             YES [ ]       NO [ ]       na [ ]
 15.     Extension cords or surge protectors                                              YES [ ]       NO [ ]       na [ ]
              a. UL-listed and grounded (3-pronged plug)
              b. must be plugged directly into wall outlet
              c. Extension cords or surge protectors cannot be plugged into another
                 extension cord or surge protector.
 16.     Lighting adequate and working properly                                           YES [ ]       NO [ ]       na   [ ]
 17.     Door closures intact                                                             YES [ ]       NO [ ]       na   [ ]
 18.     All exits visible and accessible                                                 YES [ ]       NO [ ]       na   [ ]
 19.     Portable heaters used                                                            YES [ ]       NO [ ]       na   [ ]
              a. must be UL-listed, with automatic turn-off if tipped
              b. must be plugged directly into wall outlet
              c. only used in area free of combustible materials
 20.     At least 18 inches (47 cm) of vertical clearance between top shelves/stored
         items and ceiling-mounted fire sprinklers.                                       YES [ ]       NO [ ]       na [ ]

Hazardous Materials
 21.     Potentially hazardous office chemicals labeled, stored and handled properly      YES [ ]       NO [ ]       na [ ]
Completed copies of this form should be routed to the appropriate Supervisor and the Department Safety Coordinator, and
must be maintained in departmental files for at least 3 years.



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IIPP – Appendix IV(D)
                                 WORKSITE SAFETY INSPECTION FORM
                                        Research / Analytical Laboratory
Department: Nutrition                                                         Room:________________

PI:____________________________________ Lab Supervisor: _________________________________

Inspector: ______________________________                        Date:__________________


Administration, Training and Postings
 1.      Safety training records current and easily accessible                        YES [ ]       NO [ ]       na [ ]
 2.      Emergency contacts                                                           YES [ ]       NO [ ]       na [ ]
 3.      Chemical Hygiene Plan                                                        YES [ ]       NO [ ]       na [ ]
 4.      Chemical Inventory entered in EH&S Chemical Inventory System (CIS)
                                                                                      YES [ ]       NO [ ]       na [ ]
         (within last year or within 30 days of new locations/chemicals)
 5.      Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) file                                      YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
 6.      SafetyNets                                                                   YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
 7.      Hazard Warnings                                                              YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
 8.      Emergency Action Plan                                                        YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
 9.      Lab Specific SOPs                                                            YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
 10.     CUPA Readiness                                                               YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
 11.     Clean Areas identified by postings                                           YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]

General Hazards
 12.     Aisles and exits open and free of obstructions                               YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
 13.     Approved Sharps waste containers                                             YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
 14.     Chairs, desks and other furniture free of damage that could cause injury     YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
 15.     Clean Area kept clean and uncluttered                                        YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
 16.     Scale/balance areas clean and free of debris                                 YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
 17.     Drips, rust/corrosion, precipitated matter on containers or equipment        YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]

Emergency Equipment
 18.     Eye wash/shower station accessible, working and within 100 feet of the
                                                                                      YES [ ]       NO [ ]       na [ ]
         laboratory
 19.     Spill Kit / Chemcal clean-up Kit                                             YES [ ]       NO [ ]       na [ ]
 20.     First-Aid Kit                                                                YES [ ]       NO [ ]       na [ ]

Protective Equipment
 21.     Lab Coats                                                                    YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
 22.     Gloves for general lab work                                                  YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
 23.     Rubber Gloves or Insulated Gloves for corrosives or cryogenic work           YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
 24.     Eye/Face Protection                                                          YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
 25.     Masks/Respirators                                                            YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
 26.     Hearing Protection                                                           YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
- Continued on next page



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IIPP – Appendix IV(D) Worksite Safety Inspection Form for Laboratories - continued

Hoods and Biosafety Cabinets
 27.     Displays annual check/in-working order certificate                               YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
 28.     Flow indicator functioning                                                       YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
 29.     Sash(es) in place and functioning properly                                       YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
 30.     Hood work area free of obstructions                                              YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
 31.     Warnings or special instructions posted                                          YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]

Electrical Hazards and Fire Safety
 33.     Extension cords (proper type and appropriately used)                             YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
 34.     Worn cords and plugs                                                             YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
 35.     Fire extinguisher charged                                                        YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
 36.     Door closures intact                                                             YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
 37.     All exits visible and accessible                                                 YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
 38.     At least 18 inches (47 cm) of vertical clearance between top shelves/stored
         items and ceiling-mounted fire sprinklers.                                       YES [ ]       NO [ ]       na [ ]

Hazardous Materials
 39.     Biohazards                                                                       YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
 40.     Radioactive Materials                                                            YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
             a. EH&S filings and reports (RUA)                                            YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
             b. work and storage areas properly labeled/demarcated                        YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
             c. Swipes/lab monitoring log up-to-date                                      YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
 41.     Compressed Gas Cylinders                                                         YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
             a. Upright and properly secured with appropriate restraints                  YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
             b. Protective caps in place (stored / not currently in use cylinders)        YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
             c. Proper, functioning regulators in place (cylinders in use)                YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
 42.     Chemicals                                                                        YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
             a. Labels                                                                    YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
             b. Flammable cabinet used                                                    YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
             c. Flammable limit observed                                                  YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
             d. Properly segregated (non-compatibles segregated properly – e.g. acids
                                                                                          YES [ ]       NO [ ]       na [ ]
                 separate from bases; oxidizers separate from flammables)
             e. Corrosives stored below eye level                                         YES [ ]       NO [ ]       na [ ]
             f. Peroxide forming chemicals (e.g. isopropyl ether, diethyl ether) stored
                                                                                          YES [ ]       NO [ ]       na [ ]
                away from heat, light and labeled with date opened and expiration date
             g. Secondary containment in place where required                             YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
 43.     Wastes                                                                           YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
             a. Properly labeled (name/date/contents)                                     YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
             b. Properly contained                                                        YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
             c. Secondary containment                                                     YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
 44.     Refrigerators/Freezers                                                           YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
             a. Stored items properly labeled (name/date/contents/disposal date)          YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
             b. Flammables only in approved (explosion proof) units                       YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
             c. Labeled “No Food or Drinks”                                               YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
                                                                                          YES   [   ]   NO   [   ]   na   [   ]
Completed copies of this form should be routed to the appropriate Supervisor and the Department Safety Coordinator, and
must be maintained in departmental files for at least 3 years.


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IIPP – Appendix IV(E)
                                            Department of Nutrition
                                        HAZARD ALERT FORM
I. Unsafe Condition or Hazard

 Name: (optional)                                                          Job:                                           _

 Title: (optional)
 Location of Hazard:                                                                                                      _

 Building:                                                 Floor:                            Room:                        _
 Date and time the condition or hazard was observed: ________________________________________
 Description of unsafe condition or hazard:                                                                               _
                                                                                                                          _
                                                                                                                          _
                                                                                                                          _
 What changes would you recommend to correct the condition or hazard?
                                                                                                                          _
                                                                                                                          _

 Employee Signature: (optional)                                                                                           _
 Date:

II. Management/Safety Committee Investigation
 Name of person investigating unsafe condition or hazard:                                                                  _
 Results of investigation (What was found? Was condition unsafe or a hazard?):
 (Attach additional sheets if necessary.)




 Proposed action to be taken to correct hazard or unsafe condition: (Complete and attach a Hazard
 Correction Report, IIPP Appendix V(A))




 Signature of Investigating Party:
 Date:
Completed copies of this form should be routed to the appropriate Supervisor and the Department Safety Coordinator, and
must be maintained in departmental files for at least 3 years.


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V. Hazard Correction
Hazards discovered either as a result of a scheduled periodic inspection or during normal operations must
be corrected by the supervisor in control of the work area, or by cooperation between the department in
control of the work area and the supervisor of the employees working in that area. Supervisors of affected
employees are expected to correct unsafe conditions as quickly as possible after discovery of a hazard,
based on the severity of the hazard.

Specific procedures that can be used to correct hazards include, but are not limited to, the following:

     • Tagging unsafe equipment “Do Not Use Until Repaired,” and providing a list of alternatives for
       employees to use until the equipment is repaired.

     • Stopping unsafe work practices and providing retraining on proper procedures before work resumes.

     • Reinforcing and explaining the need for proper personal protective equipment and ensuring
       its availability.

     • Barricading areas that have chemical spills or other hazards and reporting the hazardous conditions
       to appropriate parties.

Supervisors should use the Hazard Correction Form (Appendix V(A)) to document corrective actions,
including projected and actual completion dates.

If an imminent hazard exists, work in the area must cease, and the appropriate supervisor must be
contacted immediately. If the hazard cannot be immediately corrected without endangering employees or
property, all personnel need to leave the area except those qualified and necessary to correct the condition.
These qualified individuals will be equipped with necessary safeguards before addressing the situation.




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IIPP – Appendix V(A)
                                            Department of Nutrition
                                   HAZARD CORRECTION FORM
This form should be used in conjunction with the Hazard Alert Form ( Appendix IV(E)) as appropriate, to track
the correction of identified Safety issues or Hazards.

All reported Hazards should be corrected as soon as possible. In the event that a serious/imminent Hazard cannot
be immediately corrected, evacuate personnel from the area and restrict access until the Hazard is addressed.

Name of Supervisor: _____________________________________                          Phone #: ____________________

Supervisor signature: _____________________________________                            Date: ____________________

Dept. Safety Coordinator: _____________________________________

Safety Coordinator signature: __________________________________                        Date: ___________________

Description and Location of Hazard: _____________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________


Corrective Action: ____________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________________

Responsible Party (for corrective action): _____________________________________________________
Correction Completion Date: _____________________________________________________________

Place this form in a section of the Lab/Facility safety manual labeled “Reported Hazards”.
Completed copies of this form should be routed to the appropriate Supervisor and the Department Safety Coordinator, and
must be maintained in departmental files for at least 3 years.



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VI. Animal Bite Injuries
Aspects of work in the Nutrition department involve the use of vertebrate animals. The following section
and appendices cover documentation, procedures and training requirements of all students and employees
that handle or work near animals and thus are exposed to potential animal bites. As per university policy,
all personnel working on research or teaching projects involving vertebrate animals must be:
    a. listed on the protocol roster,
    b. enrolled in the campus Occupational Health Program (see Section 290-25),
    c. trained per requirements defined in the IACUC-02 Policy, Training Requirements for Personnel
        Exposed to Live, Vertebrate Animals

Each laboratory in the Nutrition department in which animals are used, must provide written and practical
training sessions on a regular basis on how to prevent bites caused by the types of animals handled, and
maintain a lab-specific binder for animal handling training and procedures.

For students exposed to vertebrate animals as part of a class activity (in the classroom, field, or laboratory
setting) there is the potential risk of exposure to certain diseases, animal allergy and injury (bites and
scratches). Students shall be provided with information from their instructor about the potential risks
associated with, and proper handling of, animals in classes. Instructors and students should consult the
Quick Reference for Instructors & Students (Appendix VI(E)). Web-links to additional resources specific
to safety, training and hazards associated with animal work, are provided at the end of this section
(Appendix VI(F)).

1. General Guidelines
Animal bites and scratches from certain species are required by state law to be reported to county
officials. The Campus Veterinarian has specific recommendations regarding biomedical research and
teaching animals and their bite and scratch injuries; these are in addition to the requirements set forth by
California state law.

    With respect to Laboratory Rodent Bites:
     They do not usually cause infection unless it is a very deep bite.
     People with allergies to lab animals may require medical care.
     Bitten individuals only need to seek medical care if an unusual pathogen is present or bleeding is
        not controlled by applying continuous pressure for 5-10 minutes.

 NOTE: All bites or scratch injuries involving UC Davis research or teaching animals must be reported
    to the Campus Veterinarian. A copy of the bite report form is faxed to (530)754-4350 in addition to
    being submitted to the County the injury occurred in. A printable copy of the Animal Bite Report Form
    is provided (Appendix VI(D)).
    Contact the Campus Veterinarian's Office (animaltransfer@ucdavis.edu) or call 752-7244 for information
    regarding reporting and quarantine of UC Davis research and teaching animals.
    Further information regarding animal bites can be obtained from the Campus Veterinarian at the link:
    (http://safetyservices.ucdavis.edu/programs-and-services/animals/campus-veterinarian/animal-bites).
    In addition, the UCD Employer’s Report of Occupational Injury or Illness, (Appendix VII(A)) and Accident
    Report and Investigation form Appendix VII(B)) should also be completed and submitted.




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2. Procedures and Postings
In an effort to standardize campus signage for first aid procedures for animal bites and standardize
training of employees and students having animal exposure as part of the job or class-work, materials
have been compiled for campus-wide distribution by Occupational Health Services in conjunction with
the campus veterinarian and the Student Health and Wellness Center. The web-link to these materials is
(http://safetyservices.ucdavis.edu/programs-and-services/occupational-health/animal-care-and-use-occupational-health-
program-1/ucd-policy-procedures-educational-materials/animal-bites/animal-bites). Required posting notices and
important procedures are supplied below.

First Aid Procedures for Animal Bites (Appendix VI(A)) – Posting Notice
Recommended for use as a posted notice to provide students, staff, and faculty with basic first aid
procedures for animal bites.

Medical Care of Bites (Appendix VI(B)) – Posting Notice
This posting provides additional information about the medical care of bites from various types of animals
and special circumstances. If space allows, it is recommended that it be posted next to the First Aid
Procedures for Animal Bites notice.

Post-Test for First Aid Procedures (Appendix VI(C))
Have the individual submit the completed, signed, and dated Post Test to their supervisor or department
Safety Officer. Copies of the completed Post-Tests must be maintained in the Departmental IIPP as
documentation of training.

Animal Bite Report Form (Appendix VI(D))
Have the individual submit by FAX the completed Animal Bite Report to the attending Veterinarian’s
Office (530) 754-4350 and Occupational Health Services (530) 752-5277.
Occupational Health Services – weblink for PDF version of the Animal Bite Reporting form:
http://safetyservices.ucdavis.edu/programs-and-services/occupational-health/forms-1/BiteReport.pdf

If so directed, the form may also have to be submitted to the Yolo County Health Department (530) 669-
1448). Supervisors must ensure that employees receive care and complete this report within 24 hours of
the bite/scratch.




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 IIPP – Appendix VI(A)




                                             NOTICE
                                  FIRST AID PROCEDURES
                                    FOR ANIMAL BITES
                     FOR MEDICAL EMERGENCY, CALL 911 IMMEDIATELY
1. CONTROL BLEEDING: Apply continuous pressure for 5-10 minutes. If bleeding is not controlled,
   seek medical assistance immediately (see #4 below).

2. CLEANSE WOUND: Wash all wounds immediately with soap or detergent solution and a high
   volume of water for at least 5 minutes, 10 minutes if extensive or extremely dirty. Scrub wound enough
   to make it re-bleed a little to help clean the wound. Primate bites require special care. Scrub with a
   solution such as chlorhexidine for 15 minutes under high volume of running water. Follow Primate
   protocols on care and reporting of bites and scratches.

3. REPORT BITE: Report bite to your supervisor or department personnel office.

4. SEEK MEDICAL FOLLOW-UP:
              Employees (including student employees) go to:
            Occupational Health Services, 501 Oak Ave; 757-3200
                 Hours: 8am-5pm (M,T,Th,F); 9am-5pm (W)
               Students go to:
            Student Health and Wellness Center, Corner of La Rue and Orchard Drive; 752-2300
            Hours: 8am-7:30pm (M,T,Th,F); 9am-7:30pm (W); 9:30am-1:00pm (weekends)
            Hours (Summer): 8am-5pm (M,T,Th,F); 9am-5pm (W)
               Non-UCD employees and After Hours Care go to:
            Sutter Davis Hospital, Urgent Care & Emergency Medical Services, 750-5800

5. NOTIFY COUNTY: All bites must be reported to the supervisors. All bites must be reported to the
    County Health Department except for small rodent bites from rodents purchased from approved animal
    vendors. Required forms are completed at the treating medical facility.

                                            Other Information
    Dog and Cat Bites: High frequency of wound infection with Pasteurella and other oral pathogens;
    likely to require antibiotic treatment.
    Reptiles and Birds: Possible exposure to bacterial pathogens that sometimes requires antibiotic
    treatment for deep wounds.
    Laboratory Rodent Bites: Do not usually cause infection unless very deep bite or unusual pathogen is
    present.
    Animals with Unexplained Neurological Symptoms: Check with supervisor and co-workers regarding
    rabies status of animal; observation period for animal may be necessary if rabies status is unknown. Do
    not kill animal.
                                                                              Rev Occupational Health Services 10/10


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 IIPP – Appendix VI(B)


                                  Medical Care of Bites
                                  Helpful Information

All animal bites should be immediately cleaned with soap and running water for a
minimum of 5 minutes, and 10 minutes if extensive or very dirty. Primate bites have
additional cleansing requirements; see Primate Center procedures.
If bleeding is not controlled after applying continuous pressure for 5-10 minutes, seek
medical assistance immediately.
Laboratory Rodent Bites:
 Do not usually cause infection unless it is a very deep bite.
 People with allergies to lab animals may require medical care.
 Only need to seek medical care if an unusual pathogen is present or bleeding is not
  controlled by applying continuous pressure for 5-10 minutes.
Dog and Cat Bites:
 Animal quarantine is required.
 Must be reported to Public Health Department.
 High frequency of wound infection with Pasteurella and other oral pathogens.
 Medical care is needed; antibiotics may be required.
Reptile and Bird Bites:
 Possible exposure to bacterial pathogens.
 Medical care is needed; deep wounds may require antibiotic treatment.
Large Animal Bites (Cows, Horses, etc.):
 Animal quarantine is required.
 Must be reported to County Health Department.
 Medical care is needed.
Primate Center Bites & Exposures:
 Animal quarantine is required.
 Medical care is needed; bites or scratches require evaluation due to possible
   exposure to simian herpes (B virus) or to special pathogens, depending on
   experimental protocol; see Primate Center bite procedures.
Bites from Animals with Unexplained Neurological Symptoms (suspected rabies):
 Animal quarantine is required
 Must be reported to County Health Department
 Medical care is needed.
                                                             Occupational Health Services, October 2010


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IIPP – Appendix VI(C)
                                          Post Test for First Aid Procedures and
                                              Medical Care for Animal Bites
Instructions
Review the training document on First Aid Procedures and Medical Care for Animal Bites, then answer
the following questions. Check your answers and review training material for any questions that you
missed. Sign and date the test. Return your completed test to your supervisor or departmental safety
officer. Direct your questions about this material to your supervisor or department Safety Coordinator.

1. If you are bitten by an animal other than a primate, and you have minimal bleeding you should:
     a) apply continuous pressure to the area
     b) do nothing and continue working
     c) rinse the area for 30 seconds
     d) wash the area immediately with soap and water for at least 5 minutes

2. Medical follow-up is recommended for:
    a) bites that result in uncontrolled bleeding
    b) primate bites
    c) dog and cat bites
    d) all of the above

3. For medical follow-up for a bite that occurs between 9-5pm on a weekday, employees (including
   student employees) should go to:
     a) their own doctor
     b) Occupational Health Services
     c) Student Health and Wellness Center
     d) Sutter Davis Hospital

4. If a bite results in moderate bleeding and bleeding is not controlled within 5-10 minutes of continuous
   pressure, you should:
     a) Try another 5-10 minutes of continuous pressure
     b) Proceed to wash the wound with soap and water
     c) Immediately seek medical assistance
     d) Wrap the area and continue working

5. The following animal bites may require antibiotic treatment:
    a) Dog
    b) Cat
    c) Bird
    d) All or the above


    Name (print):_______________________________________________                   Date:_______________


    Signature:__________________________________________________


       Answers: 1.d; 2.d; 3.b; 4.c; 5.d



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IIPP – Appendix VI(D)            http://safetyservices.ucdavis.edu/programs-and-services/occupational-health/forms-1/BiteReport.pdf

                                     ANIMAL BITE or SCRATCH REPORTING FORM
                                          (Must be completed for ALL animals bites or scratches)

                                         Refer to Bottom of Page for Faxing Instructions
I. Person Bitten (completed by the person bitten/scratched by animal):                                                     PRINT
Last Name:                       First Name:                           DOB:

                                                                                           University ID#:
UC Dept and Supervisor’s Name:
Home Address:

City:                                        State:                                        Zip:
Phone:                                       Fax:                                          Date bitten:
UC Status: .
(Circle once) UC Employee                    UC Student          Vet Student           No Affiliation

Did the animal appear ill? Describe:                             Describe the Bite/Scratch, include location on body:


Date reported to Supervisor:
In the space below, explain the circumstances under which the bite/scratch occurred (include physical location):


City:                           State:                                   Zip:
II. The Animal (completed by the person bitten/scratched:
Species:                        Breed/Type:                        Name or ID# of Animal:
Sex:                            Color:                             Age:
Vaccinated for Rabies? o Yes       o No               Date vaccinated:
License #:                                            License jurisdiction:
     o Pet?                 o Research?                   o Wild?             o Feral?
Health Status:                                        Current Location:

III. Reported By (completed by medical personnel helping patient):
Last name:                                       First name:
 (MD)
Last name:                                       First name:
(RN/Medical)
Address: Occupational Health Services, 501 Oak Avenue                                      First date of care:
City: Davis                      State: California                                         Zip: 95616
Phone: (530) 757-3200                            Fax: (530) 752-5277
Date:                                            Signature:

Date:                                                            Signature:

Instructions: Supervisors must ensure that employees receive care and complete this report within 24 hours of the
bite/scratch. Bitten individuals who are UCD employees must report to Occupational Health Services (530-757-3200)
for treatment and evaluation; UCD students report to the Student Health and Wellness Center (530-752-2300).
Completed form must be faxed to: Yolo County Health Department (530-669-1448) MAMMAL BITES ONLY
 and the attending Veterinarian’s Office (530-754-4350) and Occupational Health Services (530-752-5277)


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IIPP – Appendix VI(E)


               STUDENT and INSTRUCTOR INFORMATION SHEET
          Students with Animal Contact in the Classroom, Field or Laboratory
                Health Risk Quick Reference for Instructors & Students
GENERAL INFORMATION
Students who have contact with live vertebrate animals either in the classroom, field, or laboratory setting,
have the potential to be at risk of exposure to certain diseases, animal allergy and injury. It is important
that students and faculty understand these risks and understand that there are methods to prevent injury
and illness and resources for treatment should either occur. This information sheet is intended to provide
information for students in the various teaching environments. When students at any level are exposed to
animal risks as employees, they are required to be enrolled in the Occupational Health Program. This
information applies to students who are not employees and are only exposed to animals in their course
work.

INSTRUCTOR RESPONSIBILITY TO ASSESS RISK & INFORM STUDENTS
Instructors, PI’s, and laboratory personnel engaged in teaching need to be aware of the potential levels of
risk to students and to provide training on safe practices, potential disease exposure, and resources and
procedures to be used in the case of injury. This applies to both undergraduate and graduate and
professional school students who are engaged in course work, independent study, or research.

RISK ASSESSMENT & TRAINING TOOLS & RESOURCES
   Risk Assessment Web Resources
   Species Specific Training Documents
   Animal Care Staff: IACUC-staff@ucdavis.edu; 530-752-0514
   Attending Veterinarian - Vic Lukas, DVM: vlukas@ucdavis.edu, 530-754-0336
   Occupational Health Services: 530-757-3200. Animal Care and Use (Occupational Health Program)
        http://safetyservices.ucdavis.edu/programs-and-services/occupational-health/acuohp/ohpinfo

INJURY PREVENTION STRATEGIES & PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT
    Hand Washing: The single most effective preventive measure that can be taken to prevent disease
     transmission is regular hand washing. Wash hands and arms after handling any animal. Never
     smoke, drink, or eat in the animal areas or before washing hands.
    Gloves: Wear appropriate gloves for the task and wash hands after removing gloves.
    Respiratory Protection: Respirators should be worn if there is a personal history of allergies or
     required by department policy or state law.
    Protective Clothing: Lab coats and coveralls may need to be provided to students if the nature of the
     teaching environment requires them. If provided, they should not be worn or laundered outside of
     the teaching environment.

FIRST AID INFORMATION FOR BITES AND SCRATCHES
    Control Bleeding: Apply continuous pressure for 5-10 minutes. If not controlled seek medical help.
    Cleanse Wound: Immediately clean with soap and water under pressure from the faucet for at least
     5 minutes (minimum of 15 minutes for primate bites).
    Report Bite: Immediately report bite to instructor or department office and follow instructions
    Seek medical follow-up: at the Student Health and Wellness Center, Advice/triage nurse line,
     752-9649. After hours, use Sutter Davis Hospital, Urgent Care & Emergency Services, 750-5800,
     or local emergency room if injury occurs off-campus


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IIPP – Appendix VI(F)


                                 References and Additional Resource Information for
                                      Safety in Animal Use, Handling and Care
First Aid Procedures for Animal Bites (Posting Notice) can be found at:
http://safetyservices.ucdavis.edu/programs-and-services/occupational-health/animal-care-and-use-occupational-health-
program-1/ucd-policy-procedures-educational-materials/animal-bites/Animal Bites First Aid Procedures.doc

Medical Care for Animal Bites (Posting Notice) can be found at:
http://safetyservices.ucdavis.edu/programs-and-services/occupational-health/animal-care-and-use-occupational-health-
program-1/ucd-policy-procedures-educational-materials/animal-bites/BiteCare.doc

Post-Test for First Aid Procedures and Medical Care for Animal Bites can be found at:
http://safetyservices.ucdavis.edu/programs-and-services/occupational-health/animal-care-and-use-occupational-health-
program-1/ucd-policy-procedures-educational-materials/animal-bites/PostTest.doc/view

Animal Bite or Scratch Reporting form can be found at:
http://safetyservices.ucdavis.edu/programs-and-services/occupational-health/animal-care-and-use-occupational-health-
program-1/ucd-policy-procedures-educational-materials/animal-bites/bitereport11-24-08.doc/view
http://safetyservices.ucdavis.edu/programs-and-services/occupational-health/forms-2

Student and Instructor Information sheet (regarding Animal use or exposure in the classroom, field, or
laboratory setting) can be found at:
http://safetyservices.ucdavis.edu/programs-and-services/occupational-health/animal-care-and-use-occupational-health-
program-1/ucd-policy-procedures-educational-materials/student-instructor-information-
sheet/?searchterm=Animal%20Bites

UCD POLICY & PROCEDURE MANUAL
          290-25 - Health Services for Individuals Having Animal Contact
          290-30 - Use and Care of Animals in Research and Teaching
          290-50 - Protective Clothing and Equipment
          290-60 - Occupational and Preventive Medicine
          290-70 - Controlled Substances
          350-20 - Procurement and Use of Ethyl Alcohol

UC DAVIS OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH NOTES
          Staying healthy in the vivarium
          Allergy to animals
          Enteric bacteria
          Toxoplasmosis
          Psittacosis
          Q Fever
          Cryptosporidiosis
          Hantavirus
          Herpes B Virus

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ADDITIONAL RESOURCES and RELATED INFORMATION
          Hazard Analysis Tool
          Zoonosis Information by Species
          Risk Assessment of Zoonotic Diseases by Species
          Zoonotic Disease Information (CDC)
          Animal Bites
          Hand Washing
          Bio-safety in Microbiological and Biomedical Laboratories (Infectious Disease Agents) These are
           CDC published guidelines for those working with infectious disease agents in laboratories.
          Personal Protective Equipment
          Reproductive Health
          Student & Instructor Information Sheet
          NIH's Tutorial on the Public Health Service Animal Welfare Policy will introduce you to the
           regulations and guidelines governing the use of animals in biomedical research.
          Home Safety Tips for Research Personnel (Prepared by the UC Davis Police Department)
          Researcher's Protection Strategies (Prepared by the UC Davis Police Department)
          Agents Listed by Biosafety Level.
          Biosafety Levels - The Short Version.
          Full text of CDC's Biosafety Guidelines.




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VII. Accident Response and Investigation
University Policy requires that work-related injuries and illnesses be reported to Workers’ Compensation
within 24 hours of occurrence and state regulation requires all accidents be investigated. For additional,
specific instructions regarding responses to Emergencies, consult IIPP – CHP Appendix IX(F).

1. Nutrition department personnel will immediately notify their supervisor when occupationally-
   related injuries and illnesses occur, or when employees first become aware of such problems.

2. Supervisors will investigate all accidents, injuries, occupational illnesses, and near-miss incidents to
   identify the causal factors or attendant hazards. Appropriate repairs or procedural changes will be
   implemented promptly to mitigate the hazards implicated in these events. Proper injury reporting
   procedures and forms are described below and can be found at http://safetyservices.ucdavis.edu/programs-
     and-services/risk-management/copy_of_workers-compensation/employers-report

     The Accident Investigation Form (Appendix VI(A)) shall be completed to record pertinent information
     and a copy retained to serve as documentation. It can be completed by either the supervisor or the
     Department Safety Coordinator. The Accident Investigation Form is in addition to other forms that
     may be required as a result of the injury accident or illness (see below).

3. Note: Serious occupational injuries, illnesses, or exposures must be reported to Cal/OSHA by an
   EH&S representative within eight hours after they have become known to the supervisor. These
   include injuries/illnesses/exposures that cause permanent disfigurement or require hospitalization for a
   period in excess of 24 hours. For further information, see below.

4. Emergency Medical Care – (from EH&S SafetyNet #52)
     In a medical emergency, call 911 immediately or (530) 752-1230 if using a cell phone.
     The ambulance crew will transport the employee to the most appropriate emergency medical facility.

     a) All work-related injuries or illnesses, no matter how small, must be reported to the employee's
        supervisor immediately. The employee's supervisor should arrange for transport to Employee
        Health Services during its operating hours when medical treatment is indicated or requested by the
        employee. When the Employee Health Service is closed, the supervisor should arrange for care by
        a local physician or emergency room (such as the Student Health and Wellness Center, Sutter
        Davis Hospital or Woodland Memorial Hospital). If an employee wishes to have his or her
        personal physician treat a work injury, a Physician Designation form should be completed and
        kept on file at the home department and at the Workers' Compensation Unit (as provided by UC
        Davis P&P Manual Section 370-20). If an employee does not have a Physician Designation form on
        file and the employee has been treated at an off-campus medical facility for a work-related illness
        or injury, the supervisor must advise Employee Health Services. Employee Health will contact the
        employee regarding follow-up care.

     b) As soon as notified, the injured employee's supervisor must report all work-related illnesses
        or injuries requiring treatment by a physician or which result in lost time from work, or
        medical restrictions, by providing the employee with Employee's Claim for Worker's
        Compensation Benefits and completing Employer's Report of Occupational Injury or Illness
           (http://safetyservices.ucdavis.edu/safetynets/SafetynetsMaster%20List/Reports.docx/view?searchterm=Employers+)
           within one working day. The Workers' Compensation Unit (752-7243) will assist supervisors in
           evaluating individual cases and completing forms. Filing these reports is a state requirement. In
           case of a work-related fatality or serious injury or illness it must be reported to Cal/OSHA
           with 8 hours (see below and SafetyNet #121).


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5. Emergency Medical Care – Locations & Hours

               Employees (including student employees) go to:
                      Employee Health Services on California Ave. (former site of Student Health).
                      Phone: 752-2330
                      Hours: Monday through Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm
                      Employee Health Services maintains a staff of physicians to serve the campus community.
                      For employees, after hours services are available at the Student Health & Wellness Center
                      (corner of La Rue and Orchard Drive) Monday through Friday 5:00pm - 7:30pm as well as
                      Saturday & Sunday 9:30am - 1:00pm

               Students (including student employees) go to:
                 Student Health & Wellness Center, (corner of La Rue and Orchard Drive).
                 Phone: 752-2300
                 Hours: Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri 8:00am – 7:30pm. Wed 9:00am – 7:30pm.
                         Sat & Sun 9:30am – 1:00pm
                    Summer: Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri 8:00am – 5:00pm; Wed 9:00a, - 5:00pm

               Non-UCD Employees and After Hours Care go to:
                      Sutter Davis Hospital, Urgent Care & Emergency Medical Services, 750-5800

        a) Individuals who are unable to perform their normal job duties because of an injury should
           inform their physician of UC Davis' Modified Duty Program. This program helps employees
           with temporary disabilities avoid prolonged absences from work by returning them to some
           type of modified duty for a limited period of time. Information about the Modified Duty
           Program is available from the Workers’ Compensation Unit (752-7243).

6. Reporting Work-related Fatalities and Serious Injuries or Illnesses– (see EH&S SafetyNet #121)

7. Cal/OSHA regulations require every employer to report any serious injury/illness or death of an
   employee occurring in a place of employment or in connection with any employment immediately (by
   telephone) to the nearest Cal/OSHA office.
    a) In order to assist campus departments, Environmental Health and Safety (EH&S) performs this
       reporting after consulting with the supervisor or department representative of the employee. During
       normal business hours contact EH&S at (530)752-1493 to report any serious injury/illness or death
       of an employee. Outside of normal business hours call the UC Police/Fire Dispatch Center at
       (530)752-1230 who will in-turn contact an Environmental Health & Safety representative. The
       EH&S representative will contact the supervisor or department representative of the employee to
       collect the reporting information.
            Cal/OSHA defines “Immediately” to mean as soon as practically possible but not longer than
                8 hours after the employer knows or with diligent inquiry would have known of the death or
                serious injury or illness. If the employer can demonstrate that exigent circumstances exist, the
                time frame for the report may be made no longer than 24 hours after the incident. A $5000.00
                non-negotiable fine is assessed if not reported within the stated 8 hour time period.

               Cal/OSHA further defines "Serious injury or illness" to mean any injury or illness occurring
                in a place of employment or in connection with any employment which requires inpatient
                hospitalization for a period in excess of 24 hours for other than medical observation or in
                which an employee suffers a loss of any member of the body or suffers any serious degree of
                permanent disfigurement, but does not include any injury or illness or death caused by an
                accident on a public street or highway.

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     b) When calling EH&S, you will need the following information, if available:
          Time and date of accident.
          Employer’s name, address and telephone number.
          Name and job title, or badge number of person reporting the accident.
          Address of site of accident or event.
          Name of person to contact at site of accident.
          Name and address of injured employee(s).
          Nature of injury.
          Location where injured employee(s) was (were) moved to.
          List and identity of other law enforcement agencies present at the site of accident.
          Description of accident and whether the accident scene or instrumentality has been altered.

8. For non-emergency injuries or illnesses during work hours:
                  Call Occupational Health Services (530) 757-3200 to schedule an appointment for the
                   employee
                  Complete the employee’s section: UCD Employer’s Report of Occupational Injury or Illness, that
                   the employee brings to the clinic.

9. For non-emergency injuries or illnesses OUTSIDE NORMAL WORK HOURS:
      a) If medical treatment is necessary, send to Sutter Health (Davis) or the closest medical treatment
          facility.
      b) Call (877) 682-7778 to report the work-related injury/illness and file a WC claim. (UC Davis WC
           will be notified by Sedgwick/CMS)
      c) Complete Employee’s Section: UCD Employer’s Report of Occupational Injury or Illness, fax* to WC

10. For Animal Bite injuries, refer to Section VI.

11. For Accidents not involving injuries (spills, equipment damage, fire, etc.), follow the instructions
    regarding responses to Emergencies in IIPP – CHP Appendix IX(F). General Response Guidelines are
    outlined below:

      a) Notification - Immediately notify your supervisor and other lab personnel of the accident/spill.

      b) Spill Control - A chemical spill "kit" should be available in all laboratories. Chemical spill
         control (SafetyNet #13) must be reviewed and in general, if there is a hazardous chemical spill
         larger than an 8½ x 11” piece of paper, evacuate the room and contact 911 (fire department and
         hazardous material team).

      c) Special Hazards - Radioisotopes, carcinogens, biohazards and genetic manipulation materials
         have special requirements as to use, handling, and disposal. RUA, CUA, BUA, or GUA permits
         must be obtained, and all State and Federal guidelines pertaining to the specific hazards must be
         followed. Consult your specific protocols for such substances in the event of a spill or leak.




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      d) Evacuation – In the event that an accident requires evacuation , call the GENERAL
           EMERGENCY NUMBER: 9-1-1 and follow the prescribed evacuation plan:

              EXITS: Laboratories and Offices east or west of the elevators should use the east or west
                 stairwells respectively, assuming that a hazard or other obstruction is not blocking the route,
                 in which case the opposite stairs or the breezeway bridges should be used.
                  DO NOT USE THE ELEVATORS. Close laboratory and office doors behind you as you exit.
                 These doors are fire rated at one hour. Hallway doors will close automatically when the alarm
                 sounds; these are fire doors and should not by opened unless there are obstructions in your
                 suggested exit path. Each person should be familiar with the most direct route for leaving the
                 building as well as alternative means of leaving.

             MEETING LOCATION: After exiting the building, meet on the asphalt path north of the
                 laboratory (north) building. Restrict travel time between the two buildings to a minimum.

             REPORTING: All personnel should report to their laboratory or office supervisor.
                 Supervisors will take roll call and report to the department Safety Coordinator or Alternate
                 Safety Coordinator. Faculty should report directly to one of the departmental coordinators.
                 Reports should include information on persons who definitely are/may be left in the building.
                 Evacuees should stay with the group until told to leave or return to work. Anyone leaving
                 before that time MUST report their leaving to his/her supervisor.

             IF YOU CANNOT LEAVE: If you cannot leave the building because of obstruction or
                 physical handicap, close doors between yourself and any fire, call 9-1-1 and give information
                 on your location and situation, and stand by a window if possible so rescuers can see you.




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                                                       UCD Employer’s Report of Occupational Injury or Illness
    UNIVERSITY POLICY REQUIRES THAT INDUSTRIAL INJURY/ILLNESS BE REPORTED TO WORKERS’ COMPENSATION WITHIN 24 HOURS OF
    OCCURRENCE AND STATE REGULATIONS REQUIRE THAT ALL ACCIDENTS BE INVESTIGATED.
     In the event of a serious injury or hospitalization, call Workers’ Compensation immediately at (530) 752-7243. This form must be completed in its entirety
    and mailed or faxed (530) 752-3439 to Workers’ Compensation. Omission of information could result in a delay of benefits.
    EMPLOYEE MUST COMPLETE THESE SECTIONS:
                     Employee Name:                                                                           Employee’s UCDavis ID #:

                     Address:
EMPLOYEE DATA




                                                                                                              Home Phone: (           )
                     City/State/Zip:                                                                                                      Date of Birth:
                                                                                                Sex:        Female         Male
                     Department/Location:
                                                                                                              Employee’s Work Phone: (     )
                     Payroll Title/TC:                                                  Date of Hire:                             Annual Gross Salary:
                                                                                                                                  $
                     Supervisor’s Name:
                                                                                                       Supervisor’s Work Phone: (           )

                     Employee ( )      Volunteer ( )   Student-Employee ( )             (      ) hours per day       (      ) days per week             (     ) total weekly hours

                     Specific Injury/Illness/Exposure:                                                     Body Part(s) affected:                   Date of injury/illness:

                     Location where injury or illness occurred:
EMPLOYEE STATEMENT




                                                                                                                                           Others Injured? Yes        No
                     What equipment, materials or chemicals caused the injury/illness? :                                                   Who witnessed this injury?

                     Explain in detail how the injury occurred. Include specific activities/tasks performed at the time.



                     Medical Treatment provided by:
                     ___Employee Health Services      ___Sutter Davis Hospital ER               Other: (Provide Name &Phone #) __________________________________
                     ___Private Physician              ___UC Davis Medical Center               ____________________________________________________________
                     ___First Aid, no medical care needed.
                     Employee Signature:                                                                                     Today’s Date:

    EMPLOYER’S INVESTIGATION AND STATEMENT (EMPLOYER COMPLETES):
                     After the investigation, explain in detail how the injury/illness occurred and the specific activity being performed:
EMPLOYER




                     What was the injury, illness or exposure?
                     INITIAL CAUSE        CONTRIBUTING FACTORS AND ACTIVITIES                                                                  PREVENTIVE ACTIONS
                          Equipment
                     Struck by or                                        Ventilation issues                                         SUPERVISOR WILL:
                                Equipment failure
                     against object                                       Ergonomic factors                                            Develop/revise safety procedures and
                     (indicate) Equipment unavailable         Employee                                                                 update IIPP or Chem. Hyg. Plan
    ______________              Improper equipment or               Physically not able to do work                                     Request ergonomic evaluation
                                material used for job               Employee fatigue                                                   Order new equipment
       Caught in/under/   Personal protective equipment             Unbalanced or poor position                                        Order new personal protective equipment
       between                  Not worn                            or motion                                                          Remove equipment from use and
       Fall / Slip / Trip       Not readily available               Incorrect procedures used for                                      repair/replace
       Material handling        Not adequate for the task           task                                                               Schedule preventive maintenance
       or lifting               Personal protective equipment       Other unsafe practice                                              Will retrain employee before task is
       Repetitive motion        failure                       Assistance                                                               re-assigned.
       Chemical           Training/Experience                       Difficult to perform task                                          Perform on-site review of work activity,
       exposure                 Lack of training                     without help                                                      update job safety analysis.
       Body fluid               Safety training provided, not       Safety features or devices not                                     Reconfigure work area
       exposure:                followed                             readily available                                                 Communicate corrective actions to others
        __Needle stick          New task for employee or lack       Assistive devices not used                                          in job category.
        __Sharps                of experience                    Lack of policy/procedure                                              Other___________________________
       Animal bite        Work Area                              Animal (explain below)                                             __________________________________
       Other, Explain            Work area set up improperly     Other (explain) _______________
    __________________           Inadequate lighting or noise ______________________________                                        Preventive actions will be completed by:
    __________________           issues                       ______________________________                                        Name_____________________________
    __________________           Housekeeping issues          ______________________________
    __________________           Environmental factors                                                                              Expected date of completion____________
                                (rain, wind, temp. etc)       Use additional pages as needed
    SUPERVISOR’S OR MANAGER’S SIGNATURE:                                                                                                        Date of Investigation:


    DEPARTMENT HEAD’S SIGNATURE:                                                                                                                Date:

          PLEASE NOTE: COMPLETING THIS FORM IS NOT AN ADMISSION OF UNIVERSITY LIABILITY                                                                       7/2011 ER: WC/H/MJB

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IIPP – Appendix VII(B)

    DEPARTMENTAL ACCIDENT REPORT and INVESTIGATION FORM
Name of Injured Person: ________________________________________                         Date: ________________
Name of Supervisor: _____________________________________                      Phone #: ____________________
Department: Nutrition            Location where Injury Occurred: ____________________________________

Brief Description of Accident (continue on additional pages if necessary):




Nature of Injury (describe all body parts affected) (continue on additional pages if necessary):




What was the Response to the accident (continue on additional pages if necessary):




Was Training provided?                                             YES [ ]     NO [ ]     na   [ ]
Were established procedures followed?                              YES [ ]     NO [ ]     na   [ ]
Were tools or equipment adequate or appropriate for task?          YES [ ]     NO [ ]     na   [ ]
Were environmental conditions a factor in the incident?            YES [ ]     NO [ ]     na   [ ]

Proposed Corrective Action (continue of additional pages if necessary):




Supervisor: ____________________________________________                      Date of Report: ________________

Supervisor Signature: ____________________________________
Completed copies of this form should be routed to the appropriate Supervisor and the Department Safety Coordinator, and
must be maintained in departmental files for at least 3 years.

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VIII. Health and Safety Training
1. General Policy
     Initial and refresher Safety Training of all students and employees in the Nutrition Department will be
     provided to familiarize individuals with general occupational hazards at their work site and the safe
     work practices and procedures to avoid injury and illness. Job- or site-specific training is the
     responsibility of the student or employees immediate Supervisor with coordination from the
     Department Safety Coordinator. Applicable criteria are listed below:
     a) Supervisors are provided with training to become familiar with the safety and health hazards to
     which employees under their immediate direction and control may be exposed.
     b) All new employees must receive training prior to engaging in activities or responsibilities that pose
     potential hazard(s).
     c) All employees given new job assignments must receive training on the hazards of their new
     responsibilities prior to actually assuming those responsibilities.
     d) Training is to be provided whenever new substances, processes, procedures or equipment (which
     represent a new hazard) are introduced to the workplace.
     e) Whenever the employer is made aware of a new or previously unrecognized hazard, training is
     provided.
     All Training must be documented and records kept. Training documentation form templates and
     general training guidelines for both Office and Laboratory environments are provided in the
     appendices that follow.
2. New Employee Information
All new employees will receive appropriate safety training materials and attend a New Employee
Orientation as well as training specific for their workplace.
New employees should familiarize themselves with the IIPP procedures, as well as those procedures and
SOPs specific to their workplace. Immediate supervisors should ensure that the employee(s) understand
policies and SOPs pertaining to their workplace and assignments, and make sure the employee signs the
appropriate training acknowledgment documents.
Initial training and documentation should consist of     Job Safety Analysis and Hazard Evaluation
(Appendix IV(A) and/or IV(C)), General Safety Practices and Regulations (Appendix VIII(A) and/or VIII(B)
to cover minimum safety training requirements,       and the Individual Training Documentation form
(Appendix IX(A) or IX(B)).

3. Site and Task Orientation
PIs and laboratory supervisors are responsible for training employees under their direction about site- and
task-specific hazards and procedures (see above). Such training may include, but is not limited to, using
laboratory safety manuals, protocols, SOPs, and in-lab demonstrations. All training sessions should be
documented, with documentation retained for 3 years. A Safety Training Attendance Record form
template is located in Appendix IX(C).

4. Training Classes offered though UCD Safety Services (formerly EH&S)
Whenever possible, employees are encouraged to take classes covering project- and workplace-specific
safety training offered through UCD Safety Services. PIs, Supervisors and employees should check for
class offerings and schedules at http://ehs.ucdavis.edu/train/index.cfm. A list of Safety Training Classes and
web links is provided in Appendix VIII(E).
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IIPP – Appendix VIII(A)
                                 DEPARTMENT of NUTRITION
                                            OFFICE SAFETY
                                 (for use during initial and refresher trainings)

Safety is an important aspect of good laboratory practice and, as such, should be everyone's concern. Safe
office practice means an awareness of hazards and a willingness to use safe practices. It is the
responsibility of Managers/Supervisors to make all office personnel aware of hazards and provide training
appropriate to their particular environment.

Office personnel should be able to answer these questions:
    What are the hazards?
    What are the worst possible things that could go wrong?
    How will I deal with things if something does go wrong?
    What are the prudent practices, protective facilities, and equipment necessary to minimize risks
       associated with exposure to these hazards?

The University mandates Initial Safety Training, Annual Refresher Safety Training, and additional
training whenever your job or duties change. All types of training must be documented, with a copy of the
documentation in the office Safety Book and the original in the hands of the Department Safety
Coordinator. The office supervisor(s) is/are responsible for all such training and documentation, and may
be assisted by the department Safety Coordinator.

SAFETY TRAINING INFORMATION and GUIDELINES for OFFICE ENVIRONMENTS
1. Read the Department Injury Illness Prevention Plan (IIPP).

2. Know the Emergency Action Plan for any areas you may be working in. This includes closest or
safest way to exit the building, where to meet following an evacuation, and who to check-in with. You
should also know what to do if you cannot safely leave the area and where to find and how to use fire
extinguishers.

3. SafetyNets dealing with ergonomics and repetitive motion injury (SafetyNet #17; SafetyNet #41 and
SafetyNet #96) are useful references for personnel In addition, an easy self-training on Ergonomics can be
accessed at the Safety Services / EH&S website. (http://www.ehs.ucdavis.edu) once there:
    Choose ERGONOMICS from the pick list at the left of the screen
      Choose TRAINING TOOLS from the right side
         Choose OFFICE ENVIRONMENT
There are several self-help selections. Have your supervisor document that you have utilized material
from this site. In addition, EH&S personnel (752-9715) can help you determine how to improve the
ergonomics of your workstation. They will also give a presentation on lifting/back safety and ergonomics
to a group.

4. Contrary to common perception, office workers are exposed to hazardous materials (toner cartridges,
cleaning solutions, etc.) and should have relevant Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDSs) available to read.
These are available from the EH&S web site.

5. Anyone with concerns about his/her safety in the work environment or about practices observed in the
workplace can/should detail the perceived problem(s) and place them in the Safety Coordinator's mailbox.
Such complaints can be anonymous, but location should be indicated so the Safety Committee can follow
up. There is a form in the IIPP for this purpose ( Appendix IV(E), or you may use any sheet of paper.

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In addition to the above, the following list of safety practices is intended as a guide for safety in the office
and must be read carefully by all personnel before beginning any actual work and during annual refresher
training. A template form for Individual Training Documentation for Office Environment is supplied
in section IX (Appendix IX(A)). Reading this document is part of the required safety training. In case any
questions arise regarding any matter of safety which is not covered in this material, contact your direct
supervisor, office manager, or department Safety Coordinator.



GENERAL OFFICE SAFETY PRACTICES
1. A Safety Manual containing information received from EH&S and any workplace-specific Standard
Operating Procedures (SOPs), Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDSs), SafetyNets, safety training records,
inspection records, and any relevant information from EH&S or other sources should be kept in an easily
accessible location. Office personnel should consult this manual on a periodic basis for safety updates.
Note that EH&S SafetyNets are a valuable resource, and should be consulted periodically and information
from them incorporated in the Office Safety Manual. See Appendix VIII(B) for a list, or the EH&S
website (the SafetyNet link is http://safetyservices.ucdavis.edu/safetynets/Safetynets-Master%20List/)

2. Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDSs) should be available for hazardous chemicals used in the
office. They include information on first aid, type and degree of hazard, and proper storage and disposal
of chemicals. A glossary of MSDS terms is available from SafetyNet #45. MSDSs are available through
the EH&S website (http://www.ehs.ucdavis.edu) where there are multiple MSDS sources listed.

3. All working areas must be clear of debris. All wiring should either be located overhead or covered to
eliminate the possibility of trips and falls. Access to fire extinguisher(s) and emergency exits must be kept
clear at all times.

4. Electrical devices should be equipped with three-pronged plugs, except for double insulated
equipment. Installation of plugs and replacement of frayed cords should be performed by persons certified
by EH&S. Extension cords must not be used as substitutes for permanent wiring. Approved, UL-listed
surge protectors (up to 15 feet) can be used. However, neither extension cords nor surge protectors can be
connected in series (“daisy chained”).

5. Approved training in the use of equipment, proper lifting techniques, and proper handling and disposal
of hazardous chemicals is required. All such training should be documented on initial or additional
training forms.




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                                 SPECIFIC SAFETY RULES and REGULATIONS
1. Accident Reports - Accident reports must be filled out on special forms (Appendix VI(A)) and retained
in departmental Safety files in the event of any cases of injury or fire.

2. Injuries - University policy requires that all students and employees of the Davis campus who suffer
any injury in the course of their work on campus must first report the injury or illness to the office
supervisor and be treated or referred by the Occupational Health Physician at the Student Health and
Wellness Center.

3. Fires - All fires, whether still burning or already extinguished, should be reported to the Fire
Department (911). If a fire extinguisher is used, even for a short burst, the Fire Department must be
notified so the extinguisher may be refilled.

4. Safety Equipment - Each person should familiarize him/herself with the location and proper use of
fire extinguishers, fire alarm boxes, etc., in and around the office area.

5. Housekeeping - Each worker is responsible for the proper cleanliness and maintenance of his/her
work area.

6. Smoking and Food Consumption - Smoking is not permitted anywhere within Meyer Hall. Anyone
choosing to smoke must go outside to do so, and maintain the designated distance from entry ways.
Food remains should be cleaned up by the end of each working day to prevent infestation by ants and/or
cockroaches.

7. Waste Disposal - No explosive, flammable, or toxic chemicals should ever be placed into waste cans,
down the drain, or into a dumpster. If such items must be disposed of, the office supervisor will tell you
how to dispose of them, or arrange for proper disposal with EH&S.

8. Emergency Evacuation – call the GENERAL EMERGENCY NUMBER: 9-1-1 or to respond to a
notification to evacuate:
       EXITS: For Laboratories and Offices east or west of the elevators should use the east or west
           stairwells respectively, assuming that a hazard or other obstruction is not blocking the route, in
           which case the opposite stairs or the breezeway bridges should be used.
           DO NOT USE THE ELEVATORS. Close laboratory and office doors behind you as you exit.
           These doors are fire rated at one hour. There are doors in the hallways that close automatically
           when the emergency alarm sounds; these are fire doors and should not by opened unless there are
           obstructions in your suggested exit path. Each person should be familiar with the most direct route
           leaving the building as well as alternative means of leaving.
       MEETING LOCATION: After exiting the building, meet on the asphalt path north of the
           laboratory (north) building. Restrict travel time between the two buildings to a minimum.
       REPORTING: All personnel should report to their laboratory or office supervisor. Supervisors
           will take roll call and report to the department Safety Coordinator or Alternate Safety Coordinator.
           Faculty should report directly to one of the departmental coordinators. Reports should include
           information on persons who definitely are or may be left in the building. Evacuees should stay
           with the group until told to leave or return to work. Anyone leaving before that time MUST report
           his/her leaving to his/her supervisor.
       IF YOU CANNOT LEAVE: If you cannot leave the building because of obstruction or physical
           handicap, close doors between yourself and any fire, call 9-1-1 and give information on your
           location and situation, and stand by a window if possible so rescuers can see you.


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IIPP – Appendix VIII(B)


SafetyNets Useful for Office Environment Training                                                                      (As of 11-16-11)*

*To obtain a current/complete list of SafetyNets go to the link: http://safetyservices.ucdavis.edu/safetynets/Safetynets-Master%20List/

Number                  Title                                                                                                    Reviewed
SafetyNet #6           "Can This Go Down the Drain?"                                                                             02-2007
SafetyNet #12          "Why Didn't the Custodian Pick Up My Trash?"                                                              01-2007
SafetyNet #13          "Guidelines for Chemical Spill Control"                                                                   08-2009

SafetyNet #17          "Personal Computer Workstation Checklist"                                                                 01-2007
SafetyNet #20          "Electrical Safety Guidelines"                                                                            01-2007
SafetyNet #30          "Building Temperature Extremes"                                                                           12-2006

SafetyNet #31          "Use of Refrigerators and Freezers"                                                                       01-2007
SafetyNet #33          "Hazardous Materials Information & Training: Guidelines for Departments."                                 03-2007
SafetyNet #39          "Safety Training Tips"                                                                                    01-2007

SafetyNet #40          "Health & Safety Hazards: A Student's Right-To-Know"                                                      01-2007
SafetyNet #41          "What You Should Know to Protect Your Wrists and Hands from Repetitive                                    01-2007
                       Motion Injury"
SafetyNet #45          "Glossary of MSDS Terms"                                                                                  01-2007
SafetyNet#46           "Lifting"                                                                                                 01-2007
SafetyNet #52          "Emergency Medical Care"                                                                                  08-2007
SafetyNet #54          "Pregnancy and the University Workplace"                                                                  01-2007
SafetyNet #68          "Use of Chlorine Compounds as Disinfectants"                                                              02-2003
SafetyNet #83          "Non-Structural Seismic Safety"                                                                           10-2007

SafetyNet #96          "Keyboard and Mouse Use"                                                                                  01-2007
SafetyNet #99          "Indoor Air Quality"                                                                                      03-2007
SafetyNet #107 "Pregnancy and Reproductive Hazards in the Workplace: Physical & Biological Hazards"                              02-2003

SafetyNet #108 "Pregnancy and Reproductive Hazards in Workplace: Chemical & Radiological Hazards"                                03-2007
SafetyNet #109 "Power Outages"                                                                                                   03-2007
SafetyNet #121 "Reporting Work-related Fatalities and Serious Injuries or Illnesses"                                             08-2008
SafetyNet #122 "Proper Disposal of Universal and Electronic Wastes"                                                              05-2006
SafetyNet #130 "Safety Management Program Guidelines for Supervisors"                                                            04-2009
SafetyNet #133 "Fall Protection"                                                                                                 03-2009




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IIPP – Appendix VIII(C)
                                       DEPARTMENT of NUTRITION
                                             LABORATORY SAFETY
                                       (for use during initial and refresher trainings)

Safety is an important aspect of good laboratory practice and, as such, should be everyone's concern. Safe
laboratory practice means a willingness to use all safety equipment, and to take the time to learn about the
hazards associated with the laboratory environment and operations, materials, and instruments that will be
used. It is the responsibility of Principal Investigators and Lab Managers/Supervisors to make all
laboratory workers aware of hazards and provide training appropriate to their particular Laboratory
environment.

Every laboratory worker should be able to answer these questions:
    What are the hazards?
    What are the worst possible things that could go wrong?
    How will I deal with things if something does go wrong?
    What are the prudent practices, protective facilities, and equipment necessary to minimize risks
       associated with exposure to these hazards?

The following is intended as a guideline for safety in the laboratory and must be read carefully by all
personnel before beginning any actual work and during annual refresher training. Reading this document
is part of the safety training required by the department. In case any questions arise regarding any matter
of safety which is not covered in this material, contact your supervisor, a member of the departmental
safety committee, or the department Safety Coordinator. An Individual Training Documentation Form
template is supplied in section IX (Appendix IX(B)).


                                 GENERAL LABORATORY SAFETY PRACTICES

1. A Safety Manual containing information received from EH&S and any lab-specific Standard
Operating Procedures (SOPs), must be kept in each laboratory. Each laboratory worker should consult
this manual on a periodic basis for safety updates. This manual is intended to focus attention on safe
practices involving the use and handling of potentially hazardous items.
EH&S SafetyNets are a valuable resource, and should be consulted periodically and information from
them incorporated in Lab Safety Manuals. See Appendix VIII(D) or the EH&S website (SafetyNet link is
http://safetyservices.ucdavis.edu/safetynets/Safetynets-Master%20List/)

2. Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDSs) must be available in each laboratory for all hazardous
chemicals used in that laboratory. A glossary of MSDS terms is available from SafetyNet #45. MSDSs are
available through the EH&S website (http://www.ehs.ucdavis.edu) (there are dozens of MSDS sources
listed). If you are unsure of the hazardous properties of any chemicals you are working with, you should
read the appropriate MSDS and discuss your concerns with the laboratory supervisor.

3. Access to fire extinguishers, safety showers, etc., should never be obstructed by furniture or other
equipment. All such equipment should also be tested regularly. If you suspect that any safety equipment is
not in proper working order, contact the laboratory supervisor.

4. Fume hoods should not be used for chemical storage and should be kept free from clutter (old bottles,
samples, racks, etc.). An excess of such material can affect proper fume hood function by obstructing air
flow. The sliding glass sashes and the glass panel must be left in place to insure proper operating
efficiency. Periodically check to see if the hood is actually functioning (observe flow meter). Perchloric
acid digestions may only be done in a hood approved by EH&S for that purpose (see SafetyNet #18).
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5. Biosafety cabinets (“cell/tissue culture hoods”) should not be used as chemical fume hoods. Follow
proper operating procedures and make sure the hood is up-to-date on inspections.

6. Highly flammable or toxic solvents (NOTE - all solvents are toxic to some degree) should always be
handled in a hood or well-ventilated area.

7. Liquids in glass containers, corrosives, flammables, or other hazardous chemicals should not be kept
on shelves above the level of the bench top or in places where they can be easily knocked over or broken.

8. Incompatible chemicals should not be stored together (see SafetyNet #4). Never place equipment
containing organic solvents in drying ovens or use flammable solvents near them. The ovens have
sparking contacts which could set off an explosion or fire with solvent vapors. Only lab-safe or flammable
storage refrigerators, freezers, or cabinets may be used for storage of any flammable or
combustible/explosive chemicals.

9. Label clearly (proper chemical or sample name, date, user name) all materials not stored in their
original containers, and samples being processed or analyzed. Samples not clearly marked with this
information will be periodically disposed of from sample storage areas, refrigerators, and freezers.

10. Gas cylinders should be held in place using an approved bracket, and held securely in place by a
clamp or a chain, away from any source of heat at all times. Cylinders must be transported with the
original protective cap in place using a cylinder cart.

11. Electrical devices should be equipped with three-pronged plugs, except for double insulated
equipment. Installation of plugs and replacement of frayed cords should be performed by persons certified
by EH&S. By regulation, extension cords cannot be used as substitutes for permanent wiring.

12. Vacuum or pressure equipment should always be handled with caution. Vacuum desiccators should be
equipped with shields and vacuum flasks should be wrapped with tape. Equipment connected to house
vacuum sources must have a trap to avoid getting fluids into the house vacuum system. Always wear full-
face and other personal protective equipment when handling a vacuum or pressurized apparatus.

13. Always handle liquid nitrogen and dry ice with care. A full-face shield and insulated gloves should be
worn when working with these substances.




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                                 SPECIFIC SAFETY RULES and REGULATIONS

1. Accident Reports - Accident reports must be filled out on special forms (Appendix VI(A)) and
retained in departmental Safety files in the event of any cases of injury, fire, chemical, radioactivity or
other hazardous materials spills.

2. Injuries - University policy requires that all students and employees of the Davis Campus who
suffer any injury in the course of their work on the campus must report the injury or illness to the
laboratory supervisor and be treated or referred by the Occupational Health Physician at the Student
Health and Wellness Center.

3. Fires - All fires, whether still burning or already extinguished, must be reported to the fire
department (911). If a fire extinguisher is used, (even for a short burst), the fire department must be
notified so that the extinguisher may be refilled and recharged.

4. Safety Equipment – All lab personnel should familiarize themselves with the location and proper
use of the fire extinguishers, safety showers, eyewash/drench fountains, fire alarm boxes, etc., in and
around the laboratory area.

5. Safety Clothing – Appropriate safety clothing (Personal Protective Equipment – lab coat, apron,
goggles/face shields, insulated gloves, respirators or masks, etc.) should be worn depending on the
hazards. Open-toed shoes, sandals, and bare arms and legs offer little or no protection against chemical
spills or broken glass. Wear gloves as required to protect against heat, cold, or chemical hazards or to
protect the experimental procedure from contamination. Dust masks or respirators may be recommended
for some procedures or with some chemicals.

6. Vision and Hearing Protection - Vision protection (safety glasses/goggles, face shield) must
always be worn when carrying out, or watching someone else carry out, any dangerous procedure in the
laboratory such as dispensing concentrated acid or base, working with liquid nitrogen, using high-speed
drills, etc. The wearing of contact lenses in the laboratory, while wearing safety glasses or goggles, is not
any more hazardous than not wearing contact lenses. Hearing protection may be required when working
with or around sonicators or any other loud equipment.

7. Smoking and Food Consumption - Smoking is not allowed in any laboratory or anywhere in
Meyer Hall. Storage, consumption, and use of food, beverage, medicines, tobacco, chewing gum and the
application of cosmetics are prohibited in areas where hazardous chemicals are used or stored.

8. Working Alone - Working alone in a laboratory is considered hazardous. If unavoidable, request
permission from your supervisor before proceeding. Always let someone know where you are and when
you expect to leave if you must work alone.

9. Housekeeping - Each worker is responsible for the proper cleanliness and maintenance of his/her
work area. Clean up as you work, keeping your workplace free of chemicals, waste/debris, and dirty
glassware. This is also particularly important to common or shared work areas.

10. Pipetting - Never use mouth suction to fill a pipette. Use an aspirator bulb or other mechanical
device to provide suction. Constantly watch the pipette tip and do not allow it to draw air.

11. Controlled Substances - Controlled substances must be kept in a locked cabinet and a detailed
inventory maintained on amounts purchased and amounts used. Never use such materials if you are not
trained and authorized to do so.

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12. Waste: Labeling/Disposal/Spill Control - No combustible/explosive, flammable, or toxic chemical
should ever be placed into a dumpster or down a drain. When these items must be disposed of, contact the
laboratory supervisor who will arrange for proper disposal with EH&S.
     All empty metal, plastic, and glass containers must be rinsed out completely with water, have the
       label defaced, and placed, without a cap, in a dumpster. All clean glass waste must be placed in a
       sealed cardboard box, marked 'Clean Lab GLASS'.
     Needles and other sharps must be disposed of in approved sharps containers.
     All waste containers must have a completed hazardous waste label (SafetyNet #110).
A chemical spill "kit" should be available in all laboratories. Chemical spill control procedures (consult
SafetyNet #13) must be reviewed and in general, if there is a hazardous chemical spill larger than a 8 ½ x
11” piece of paper, evacuate the room and contact 911 (fire department and hazardous material team).

13. Special Hazards - Radioisotopes, carcinogens, biohazards and genetic manipulation materials have
special requirements as to use, handling, and disposal. RUA, CUA, BUA, or GUA permits must be
obtained, and special training sessions may be required by EH&S, and all State and Federal guidelines
must be followed. The laboratory supervisor must be consulted (and appropriate paperwork filed)
concerning intended use of such hazards and materials prior to the initiation of each project.

14. Emergency Evacuation – call the GENERAL EMERGENCY NUMBER: 9-1-1 or to respond to a
notification to evacuate:
       EXITS: For Laboratories and Offices east or west of the elevators should use the east or west
           stairwells respectively, assuming that a hazard or other obstruction is not blocking the route, in
           which case the opposite stairs or the breezeway bridges should be used.
           DO NOT USE THE ELEVATORS. Close laboratory and office doors behind you as you exit.
           These doors are fire rated at one hour. There are doors in the hallways that close automatically
           when the emergency alarm sounds; these are fire doors and should not by opened unless there are
           obstructions in your suggested exit path. Each person should be familiar with the most direct route
           leaving the building as well as alternative means of leaving.
       MEETING LOCATION: After exiting the building, meet on the asphalt path north of the
           laboratory (north) building. Restrict travel time between the two buildings to a minimum.
       REPORTING: All personnel should report to their laboratory or office supervisor. Supervisors
           will take roll call and report to the department Safety Coordinator or Alternate Safety Coordinator.
           Faculty should report directly to one of the departmental coordinators. Reports should include
           information on persons who definitely are or may be left in the building. Evacuees should stay
           with the group until told to leave or return to work. Anyone leaving before that time MUST report
           his/her leaving to his/her supervisor.
       IF YOU CANNOT LEAVE: If you cannot leave the building because of obstruction or physical
           handicap, close doors between yourself and any fire, call 9-1-1 and give information on your
           location and situation, and stand by a window if possible so rescuers can see you.




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 IIPP – Appendix VIII(D)

                              SafetyNets Useful for Laboratory Safety Training
 *To obtain the most current/complete SafetyNets go to the link: http://safetyservices.ucdavis.edu/safetynets/Safetynets-Master%20List/

 Number                  Title                                                                                                 Reviewed
 SafetyNet #1           "EPA's New Refrigerant Recycling Rule"                                                                 01-2007
 SafetyNet #2           "Oxyacetylene Safety Update"                                                                           02-2007
 SafetyNet #3           "Guidelines for Disposal of Sharps, Biological, and Medical Waste"                                     03-2009

 SafetyNet #4           "Partial List of Incompatible Chemicals"                                                               05-2007
 SafetyNet #5           "Eye and Face Safety Protection for Laboratory Workers"                                                08-2008
 SafetyNet #6           "Can This Go Down the Drain?"                                                                          02-2007

 SafetyNet #7           "Hazardous Material Inventory Requirements"                                                            01-2007
 SafetyNet #8           "Guidelines for Disposal of Chemical Waste"                                                            01-2009
 SafetyNet #9           "Guidelines for Disposal of Radioactive Waste"                                                         08-2008

SSafetyNet #10          "Steps You Can Take To Limit Your Exposure To Radiation"                                               08-2008
 *SafetyNet #11 Replaced By SafetyNet #32                                                                                      10-2008
 SafetyNet #12          "Why Didn't the Custodian Pick Up My Trash?"                                                           01-2007
 SafetyNet #13          "Guidelines for Chemical Spill Control"                                                                08-2009
 SafetyNet #14          "Safe Use of Nitric Acid"                                                                              02-2007
 SafetyNet #15          "Radiation Quantities and Units"                                                                       08-2008
 SafetyNet #16          "Guidelines for Mercury Spill Control"                                                                 01-2007
 SafetyNet #17          "Personal Computer Workstation Checklist"                                                              01-2007
 SafetyNet #18          "Safe Use of Perchloric Acid"                                                                          01-2007

 SafetyNet #19          "General Safety Guidelines for Chemical Laboratories"                                                  01-2007
 SafetyNet #20          "Electrical Safety Guidelines"                                                                         01-2007
 SafetyNet #21          "Minimizing Aerosol Exposure"                                                                          12-2006

 SafetyNet #22          "Safe Use of Phenol"                                                                                   11-2006
 SafetyNet #23          "Peroxide Formation in Ethers and Other Chemicals"                                                     05-2007
 SafetyNet #24          "Hydrogen Sulfide"                                                                                     01-2007
 SafetyNet #26          "Effective Use of Autoclaves"                                                                          06-2010
 SafetyNet #27          "Controlling Laboratory Ergonomic Risk Factors"                                                        01-2007
 *SafetyNet #28 Replaced By SafetyNet #32                                                                                      10-2008
 SafetyNet #29          "Back Belts"                                                                                           01-2007
 SafetyNet #30          "Building Temperature Extremes"                                                                        12-2006
 SafetyNet #31          "Use of Refrigerators and Freezers"                                                                    01-2007
 SafetyNet #32          "Chemical Carcinogens: Guidelines for Writing Safety Protocols"                                        10-2008
 SafetyNet #33          "Hazardous Materials Information & Training: Guidelines for Departments."                              03-2007
 SafetyNet #34          "Managing Chemical Waste Streams to Reduce Disposal Cost"                                              01-2007
 SafetyNet #35          "How to Use a Chemical Fume Hood Safely"                                                               05-2007
 SafetyNet #36          "OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen Standard Worker Information"                                                 02-2003
 SafetyNet #37          "Radioactive Spills, Splashes, and Decontamination"                                                    08-2008




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SafetyNet #38          "Guidelines for Pesticide Retention and Disposal"                                02-2007

SafetyNet #39          "Safety Training Tips"                                                           01-2007
SafetyNet #40          "Health & Safety Hazards: A Student's Right-To-Know"                             01-2007
SafetyNet #41          "What You Should Know to Protect Your Wrists and Hands from Repetitive           01-2007
                       Motion Injury"
SafetyNet #42          "General Guidelines for Management of Laboratory Chemicals"                      05-2007
SafetyNet #43          "Identification and Segregation of Chemical Waste"                               01-2009

SafetyNet #44          "Alternatives to Chromic/Sulfuric Acid for Cleaning Laboratory Glassware"        11-2006
SafetyNet #45          "Glossary of MSDS Terms"                                                         01-2007
SafetyNet #46          "Lifting"                                                                        01-2007

SafetyNet #48          "Photographic Chemicals"                                                         01-2007
SafetyNet #49          "Pesticide Storage"                                                              01-2007
SafetyNet #50          "Guidelines for the Selection of Chemical-Resistant Gloves"                      11-2006

SafetyNet #51          "Selecting Chemical Disinfectants"                                               05-2004
SafetyNet #52          "Emergency Medical Care"                                                         08-2007
SafetyNet #53          "Ethidium Bromide Solutions Detoxification"                                      03-2006

SafetyNet #54          "Pregnancy and The University Workplace"                                         01-2007
SafetyNet #55          "Halon Fire Extinguishing Agent"                                                 01-2007
SafetyNet #56          "How To Monitor Your Lab for Radioactive Contamination"                          10-2009

SafetyNet #58          "Safety Precautions for Cryogenic Liquids"                                       01-2007
SafetyNet #60          "Compressed Gas Safety"                                                          03-2007
SafetyNet #61          "How To Maintain An Inventory for Radioactive Materials in the Laboratory"       08-2008

SafetyNet #62          "Needle and Syringe Safety"                                                      05-2003
SafetyNet #63          "Ozone Emissions"                                                                03-2007
SafetyNet #64          "Guidelines for Evaluating Safety Performance"                                   03-2007

SafetyNet #66          "Emergency Eyewash and Shower Testing and Use"                                   01-2008
SafetyNet #67          "Dosimetry: Personal Monitoring for Radiation Workers"                           08-2008
SafetyNet #68          "Use of Chlorine Compounds as Disinfectants"                                     02-2003

SafetyNet #70          "Safe Use of Hydrofluoric Acid"                                                  11-2006
SafetyNet #71          "Radiation and Human Health"                                                     08-2008
SafetyNet #72          "Chemical Substitutes"                                                           02-2007

SafetyNet #73          "Laser Protective Eyewear"                                                       08-2008
SafetyNet #74          "The Principal Investigator's Laser Safety Training Responsibilities"            08-2008
SafetyNet #75          "Laser Safety Warning Signs and Labelling"                                       08-2008

SafetyNet #76          "Safe Laser Practices"                                                           08-2008
SafetyNet #77          "Standard Operating Procedures for Lasers or Laser Systems"                      08-2008
SafetyNet #78          "Radiation Safety Requirements for Persons Using Radiation-producing Machines”   08-2008

SafetyNet #83          "Non-Structural Seismic Safety"                                                  10-2007
SafetyNet #85          "Antimicrobials are Pesticides"                                                  12-2006
SafetyNet #88          "Respiratory Protection Program"                                                 01-2007
SafetyNet #96          "Keyboard and Mouse Use"                                                         01-2007
SafetyNet #99          "Indoor Air Quality"                                                             03-2007
SafetyNet #100 "Electric and Magnetic Fields (EMF)"                                                     08-2008


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SafetyNet #103 "Min/Max Thermometer Information Sheet"                                                03-2007

SafetyNet #104 "Safe Use and Management of Picric Acid"                                               11-2006
SafetyNet #106 "Hazards of Ultraviolet Radiation"                                                     08-2008
SafetyNet #107 "Pregnancy and Reproductive Hazards in the Workplace: Physical & Biological Hazards"   02-2003

SafetyNet #108 "Pregnancy and Reproductive Hazards in Workplace: Chemical & Radiological Hazards"     03-2007
SafetyNet #109 "Power Outages"                                                                        03-2007
SafetyNet #110 "Guidelines for Completing the Chemical Waste Label"                                   01-2009

SafetyNet #111 "Required Postings"                                                                    12-2009
SafetyNet #112 "Hearing Conservation"                                                                 01-2007
SafetyNet #113 "Release of Equipment"                                                                 08-2008

SafetyNet #114 "Confined Space Program"                                                               04-2009
SafetyNet #115 "Machine Guarding"                                                                     01-2007
SafetyNet #116 "Principal Investigator's Training Responsibilities For Animal Care and Use"           08-2007

SafetyNet #118 "Laboratory Security and Emergency Response Tips for Hazardous Materials Users"        01-2007
SafetyNet #119 "Use of Non-EPA Regulated Scintillation Cocktails"                                     08-2008
SafetyNet #120 "Preparing for a CUPA Inspection"                                                      11-2006

SafetyNet #121 "Reporting Work-related Fatalities and Serious Injuries or Illnesses"                  08-2008
SafetyNet #122 "Proper Disposal of Universal and Electronic Wastes"                                   05-2006
SafetyNet #123 "Heat Illness Prevention"                                                              07-2009

SafetyNet #124 "Empty Container Management"                                                           05-2007
SafetyNet #125 "Safety Management Guidelines for Department Safety Coordinators"                      12-2006
SafetyNet #126 "Guidelines for Export Compliance"                                                     04-2009

SafetyNet #127 "Guidelines for Biological Spill Control"                                              06-2008
SafetyNet #128 "Solvent Stills"                                                                       01-2009
SafetyNet #129 "Safety Management Program Guidelines for Department Chairs"                           04-2009

SafetyNet #130 "Safety Management Program Guidelines for Supervisors"                                 04-2009
SafetyNet #131 "Safety Management Program Guidelines for Principal Investigators"                     04-2009
SafetyNet #132 "Nanotechnology:Guidelines for Safe Research Practices"                                03-2009

SafetyNet #133 "Fall Protection"                                                                      03-2009
SafetyNet #134 "Forklift Certification and Safety"                                                    03-2009
SafetyNet #135 "Procedures for Safe Use of Pyrophoric/Water Reactive Reagents"                        04-2009

SafetyNet #136 "Excavation/Trenching/Shoring"                                                         04-2009
SafetyNet #137 "Guidelines for Arc and Flash Lamp Safety"                                             04-2009
SafetyNet #138 "Portable Torch Safety"                                                                07-2009
SafetyNet #139 “Guidelines for Handling Formaldehyde”                                                 07-2010

SafetyNet #140 “Guidelines for Handling Dichloromethane (Methylene Chloride)”                         12-2010




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IIPP – Appendix VIII(E)


                         SAFETY TRAINING COURSES OFFERED THROUGH
                                 UCD SAFETY SERVICES (EH&S)
UC Davis Safety Services (EH&S) offers a variety of courses/classes covering a range of safety areas.
Note that completion of one or more of the listed courses is MANDATORY for students or employees
listed in various Use Authorization Protocols. Consult the Safety Services/EH&S website for current
course schedules and availability http://safetyservices.ucdavis.edu/quick-links/training-1 .
Class enrollment requires a UC Davis Login and passphrase for user authentication. Visiting scholars or
volunteers must obtain Temporary Affiliate Status (TAF) prior to class enrollment. Your sponsor must
begin the TAF process at http://taf.ucdavis.edu. NOTE: TAFs and non-paid students must contact Staff
Development and Professional Services (sdps@ucdavis.edu) to enroll in classes in the UC Wide Learning
Management System (LMS) - lms.udavis.edu.

ANIMAL CARE & USE 101
All individuals including faculty, staff, students and Temporary Affiliates (visiting researchers or
volunteers) who are named on an Animal Care and Use Protocol or have exposure to live vertebrate
animals must take the Animal Care & Use 101 course.
This course is now available online - Click here for the instruction for taking the online ACU 101 course.

LAB ANIMAL SKILLS
These classes focus on the practical handling, restraint, gavage, injection, and blood collection techniques
commonly used with laboratory mice, rats and rabbits (classes for other species can often be scheduled
upon special request). Participants are required to attend an "Animal Care & Use 101" seminar prior to
participating in a skills class and MUST bring a lab coat to the class. Every attempt is made to tailor
classes to the specific needs of participants. Click Laboratory Animal Skills for course directions.

RODENT ASEPTIC TECHNIQUE
This three hour class focuses on the policy for the Guidelines for Rodent Survival Surgery teaching
participants the principles of aseptic technique. Following a video, demonstration and discussion,
participants then practice what they have learned on non-animal models. Participants are requested to
attend an "Animal Care & Use 101" seminar prior to participating in any skills course and MUST bring a
lab coat to the class. It is highly recommended that participants take one of the Laboratory Animal Skills
classes prior to taking this course to learn handling techniques on live animals. Enrollment is limited to 6
participants. Click Rodent Aseptic Technique for course directions.

MICRO-TATTOOING RODENTS
Permanent identification is essential for proper record keeping and the maintenance of rodent colonies.
Micro-tattooing is an alternative to toe-clipping as a method of permanent identification of rodents. This
method is safe and easy to administer. Please review the following website for more information
regarding the technique: http://www.ketchum.on.ca/aramis1.html#Importance. If you are interested in learning
more about this technique, please contact Sherri Goss at 530-752-5837 to set up a training session or click
Micro-Tattooing Rodents for course directions.

NOTE: In addition to the above Animal-related courses, UC Davis subscribes to the American Association for
Laboratory Animal Science (AALAS) Learning Library. The AALAS library offers a wide variety of online training
courses. Courses include training for AALAS certification exams (ALAT, LAT, LATG), training on techniques for
working with a variety of species, and regulatory training. A complete list of the courses is available at
http://www.aalaslearninglibrary.org/helpcenter/allcoursecatalog.pdf. If you would like access to these courses please
send an email to Jessica Davis, jesdavis@ucdavis.edu and she will assign you a login id and password.
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BIOLOGICAL SAFETY & MEDICAL WASTE MANAGEMENT
This course is required for anyone working in research and related projects that involve:
     Infectious agents (human, animal, or plant)
     Recombinant DNA (unless exempted under the NIH Guidelines for Research Involving
       Recombinant DNA Molecules)
     Human and non-human primate, tissues, body fluids, or cultured cells (including cell lines)
     Potential exposure to blood borne pathogens
     Medical waste management
Click on the link Biological Safety & Medical Waste Management for course directions.


SAFE USE OF BIOLOGICAL SAFETY CABINETS
This course is required for anyone who uses a biological safety cabinet (a “cell/tissue culture hood”) for
any type of work with infectious agents (human, animal, or plant), human and non-human primate cell
culture, or tissues potentially contaminated with any type of infectious agent. This course will:
     Provide an overview of the various types and corresponding uses of biological safety cabinets.
     Review UC Davis rules and regulations regarding the acquisition, installation, and use of
        biological safety cabinets.
     Demonstrate proper, best practices for working in a biological safety cabinet.
Click on the link Safe Use of Biological Safety Cabinets for course directions.


BIOLOGICAL USE AUTHORIZATION BASICS
This is a workshop course anyone who needs to complete a Biological Use Authorization (BUA) form.
This course is NOT required. The workshop is designed to:
     Provide an overview of what research requires a BUA form
     Explain why a BUA is necessary and why the NIH Guidelines are not “optional”.
     Provide an overview of NIH Guidelines and BUA form itself.
     Help faculty and/or staff complete their specific BUA.
     Define and outline the BUA process, including deadlines, filling out the form, submittal,
        terminology, and common mistakes/omissions.
Click on the link Biological Use Authorization Basics for course directions.


LABORATORY RADIATION SAFETY
This class discusses sources of ionizing, radiation exposure limits, risk evaluation and safety precautions.
Demonstration of good health physics practices are stressed. This course is required for those individuals
how will be working with radioactivity. In this course, participants will:
     Learn general awareness of radiation safety fundamentals and the policies and procedures
        associated with the use of radioactive material in order to comply with the university's radioactive
        material license.
     Evaluate risk in the laboratory,
     Discuss the fundamentals of radiation safety and universal safe work practices,
     Review the operation and use of a radiation survey meter,
     Review administrative procedures such as laboratory monitoring and inventories.
Click on the link Laboratory Radiation Safety for course directions.




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CHEMICAL/LABORATORY SAFETY
This class satisfies initial awareness training specified by the laboratory safety standard for personnel
working in laboratories that use chemicals. This class is also appropriate for workers new to chemical
laboratory work and as a refresher for those who are returning to laboratory work or who want to brush up
their skills. This course will:
     Provide an overview of safe use of chemicals and laboratory equipment in a lab environment.
     Review various regulations that apply to laboratories
     Review proper labeling, segregation and storage of chemicals in laboratories
     Teach how to use pertinent chemical safety information using MSDS' and Chemical Laboratory
        Safety Manual
     Discuss laboratory scenarios/case studies and recommend safe practices
     Apply principles of chemical safety to selection of appropriate personal protective equipment and
        engineering controls
Click on the link Chemical Laboratory Safety for course directions.


HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT AND MINIMIZATION
This course provides an overview of hazardous waste management and minimization. This training for
staff and faculty complies with hazardous waste regulations, source reduction plans and reduction of
chemical hazards in laboratories. The goal of this course is to provide training on hazardous waste
regulations, source reduction plans and reduction chemical hazards in laboratories. Course participants
will receive training to be able to:
     Identify what is a hazardous material.
     Identify what is a hazardous waste.
     Know when a hazardous material becomes a waste.
     Know how to properly segregate, label, and store and transport hazardous waste.
     Know when and how to properly dispose of hazardous waste, including where to find additional
        information on the local limits program.
     Lower chemical waste disposal costs.
     Review waste minimization strategies, including limitations on treatment of chemicals
Click on the link Hazardous Waste Management and Minimization for course directions.


SAFE USE OF CRYOGENIC LIQUIDS
Presented by Airgas Northern California & Nevada, this class is intended to inform University personnel
of the potential hazards and safe use of cryogenic materials. As with any hazardous material, the user
must be aware of the hazards that the materials present, utilize appropriate engineering controls and work
place practices, and use personal protective equipment to prevent exposures. This class will be offered on
3 different dates and will last approximately 2 hours. This course is designed to provide an overview of
the safe use of cryogenic liquids and equipment in the laboratory environment. In taking this course,
participants will:
    Understand the hazards of liquid nitrogen.
    Understand selection and use of personal protective equipment.
    Understand how a cryogen dewar operates and learn how to safely handle cryogen dewars
Click on the link Safe Use of Cryogenic Liquids for course directions.




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ERGONOMIC AWARENESS
This class is tailored for those who may be at risk for repetitive motion Injuries (RMI). Faculty, Staff and
Students whose work environment may include either an office/computer or laboratory workstation are
encouraged to enroll. Classes are scheduled on a regular basis, but may be scheduled and customized for
departments by request. In this course, participants will:
    Review and discuss the Campus Ergonomics Program.
            o CAL/OSHA Ergonomics Standard (5110).
            o UCD P&P on Ergonomics.
            o Review campus ergonomic resources.
    Learn how to prevent RMIs and control methods to minimize RMIs that can occur in offices and
       laboratories.
    Learn how to perform an ergonomic evaluation of your office/computer workstation.
For more information call Craig Carrero at 530-752-9715. Click on the link Ergonomic Awareness for
course directions.

FUME HOOD TRAINING
All chemical fume hood users are required by Cal/OSHA to have training on the proper use of a fume
hood. This training satisfies the minimum regulatory requirement and only needs to be taken once. This
video training is not a substitute for specific training in the lab that deals with the unique hazards present
in an individual’s lab and how a worker should protect themself. The objectives of this course are to:
    Identify the different types of fume hoods on campus.
    Demonstrate the ability to adjust the sash.
    Demonstrate the ability to read the air flow monitors.
    Identify the steps to take if the fume hood alarm is sounding.
To take this class go to: http://lms.ucdavis.edu. (search for 'Fume Hood Training') or click on the link
Fume Hood Training for course directions.

ANALYTICAL X-RAY SAFETY
This class is specifically tailored for people who work with analytical X-ray units (cabinets, diffractions
or fluorescence units). The goal of this course is to provide a general awareness of radiation safety
fundamentals and policies and procedures associated with the use of analytical x-ray equipment. Course
participants will:
     Become (re-)acquainted with the area of radiation physics.
        Discuss the fundamentals of radiation safety and universal safe work practices.
     Review the use and general safety procedures associated with analytical x-ray equipment.
Click on the link Analytical X-Ray Safety for course directions.

LASER SAFETY
The class is required for those who work in laboratories using Class 3b or 4 lasers or laser systems and is
designed to provide a basic understanding of lasers and laser safety. It provides an overview of hazards
commonly found in the research environment using lasers and covers laser classification, signage, bio-
effects, beam and non-beam hazards, controls, regulations and safety precautions. In this course,
participants will:
     Discuss laser physics.
     Review the fundamentals of laser safety and universal safe work practices.
     Learn about the potential bio-effects and recognize the ancillary hazards associated with class 3b
        and 4 lasers.
Click on the link Laser Safety for course directions.


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IX.         Recordkeeping and Documentation
Each laboratory and main office in the department of Nutrition shall have the IIPP and training records
for employees to get information and to maintain IIPP related documents.

The following documents will be maintained within the department’s IIPP Addendum Binder for at
least the length of time indicated below:

     1. Hazard Alert Forms ( Appendix IV(E)).
        Retain for three (3) years.

     2. Employee Job Safety Analysis forms ( Appendix IV(A) and/or Appendix IV(B))
        Retain for the duration of each individual’s employment.

     3. Worksite Inspection Forms ( Appendix IV(C) and Appendix IV(D)).
        Retain for three (3) years.

     4. Accident Investigation Forms (Appendix VI(A)).
        Retain for three (3) years.

     5. Hazard Correction Reports (Appendix V(A)).
        Retain for three (3) years.


The following documents will be maintained within the department’s IIPP Training Records Binder for
at least the length of time indicated below:

     1. Employee Safety Training Attendance Records (Appendix VIII(C)).
        Retain for three (3) years.

    2. Individual Employee Training records (Initial and refresher). Appendix VIII(A) or Appendix VIII(B)
        can be used as a template form
        Retain for three (3) years.

    3. Other laboratory specific activities training records
       Retain for three (3) years.




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IIPP – Appendix IX(A)                    DEPARTMENT of NUTRITION
                                 INDIVIDUAL TRAINING DOCUMENTATION
                                 OFFICE ENVIRONMENT SAFETY TRAINING
Training Type:                             Initial Training                            Annual Refresher 

Trainee Name (print): _____________________________________ Employee ID#: ________________________

Room #(‘s): _________________________ Supervisor In Charge (print): ________________________________

 has read the Injury Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) 
 knows the location of the First Aid Kit, Emergency Eyewash Stations and Emergency Shower Stations
 knows the location of Fire Extinguishers and Emergency Fire Alarm Pull Stations
 has read the Emergency Action Plan and the knows the Building Evacuation Plan and Route
 knows the Accident or Injury Response and Reporting procedures (as defined in the IIPP)
 is trained to perform office duties and knows the hazards associated with these functions (refer to applicable
   “Job Safety Analysis”)
 has read the policies regarding their Right-to-Know (see SafetyNet #40)
 knows the location of the Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) or knows how to access these online
 knows the location of the Emergency Chemical Spill Kit and spill Clean-up Procedure (see SafetyNet #13)
 has read all applicable job-specific Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)
 understands and acknowledges disciplinary procedures that may be used to enforce compliance with the
     Code of Safe Practices.

Additional Training – has registered/completed the following training and/or on-line courses:
 “Ergonomics” (Date completed: ________________  Certificate on file)
 other: __________________________________ (Date completed: ________________  Certificate on file)
 other: __________________________________ (Date completed: ________________  Certificate on file)

I hereby certify that I have received and understand the training as described above, and that I have received
training in the following:
 The potential occupational hazards in my general work area and those associated with my job assignment
 The hazards of any chemicals to which I may be exposed and my right to information contained in Material
  Safety Data Sheets for those chemicals, and how to understand them.
 The safe work practices including work conditions, practices and personal protective equipment required for
  my job assignment.
 My right to ask questions, or provide any information to the employer on safety either directly or anonymously
  without fear of reprisal.
 Disciplinary procedures the employer can use to enforce compliance with safe work practices.

I understand this training and agree to comply with the Safe Work Practices for my work area.

Trainee Signature _____________________________________________ Date: ___________________________

Trainer (print): _______________________________ (Signature): ____________________________________

Directions: Retain a copy in your safety file along with any certificates for completion of Safety Training courses

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IIPP – Appendix IX(B)                     DEPARTMENT of NUTRITION
       INDIVIDUAL TRAINING DOCUMENTATION - LABORATORY SAFETY
Training Type:                            Initial Training                             Annual Refresher 
Trainee Name (print): _____________________________________ Employee ID#: ________________________
Lab Room #(‘s): _______________________                     PI/Lab Faculty In Charge (print): __________________________
    has read the Injury Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) and their lab-specific Chemical Hygiene Plan
    knows the location of the First Aid Kit, Emergency Eyewash Stations and Emergency Shower Stations
    knows the location of Fire Extinguishers and Emergency Fire Alarm Pull Stations
    has read the Emergency Action Plan and the knows the Building Evacuation Plan and Route
    knows the Accident or Injury Response and Reporting procedures (as defined in the IIPP)
    has been properly trained to perform lab duties and knows the hazards associated with these functions
    has read the policies regarding their Right-to-Know (see SafetyNet #40)
    knows the location of the Laboratory Chemical Inventory (printout most recent CIS list)
    knows the location of the Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) or knows how to access these online
    knows the location of the Emergency Chemical Spill Kit and spill Clean-up Procedure (see SafetyNet #13)
    has read the policies and procedures regarding Use, Storage and Disposal of Hazardous Materials
    has read the policies and procedures regarding Use, Storage and Disposal of Blood-Borne Pathogens
    has read the policies and procedures regarding Use, Storage and Disposal of Radioactive Materials
    knows the location and use of Personal Protective Equipment
    has read all applicable Lab-Specific Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs)

Additional Training – has registered/completed the following Training or on-line courses:
    “Chemical Laboratory Safety” (Date completed: ________________  Certificate on file)
    “Biological Safety & Medical Waste Management” (Date completed: ______________  Certificate on file)
    “Safe Use of Biological Safety Cabinets” (Date completed: _________________  Certificate on file)
    “Laboratory Radiation Safety” (Date completed: _________________  Certificate on file).
    “Animal Care and Use 101” (Date completed: _________________  Certificate on file)
    other: __________________________________ (Date completed: ________________  Certificate on file)
I hereby certify that I have received and understand the training as described above, and that I have received
training in the following:
     The potential occupational hazards in my general work area and those associated with my job assignment
     The hazards of any chemicals to which I may be exposed and my right to information contained in Material
      Safety Data Sheets for those chemicals, and how to understand them.
     The safe work practices including work conditions, practices and personal protective equipment required for
      my job assignment.
     My right to ask questions, or provide any information to the employer on safety either directly or
      anonymously without fear of reprisal.
     Disciplinary procedures the employer can use to enforce compliance with safe work practices.
I understand this training and agree to comply with the Safe Work Practices for my work area.

Trainee Signature _____________________________________________ Date: ___________________________

Trainer Name (print) __________________________ Trainer Signature _________________________________
Directions: Retain a copy in your safety file along with any certificates for completion of Safety Training courses

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IIPP – Appendix IX(C)
                                            DEPARTMENT of NUTRITION
                                  SAFETY TRAINING ATTENDANCE RECORD
This form should be used in conjunction with Individual Training Documentation forms (Appendix VIII(A) or
VIII(B)) as appropriate, to track and maintain ongoing personnel safety training.

Training Topic: ____________________________________________                           Date: ____________________

Location: _________________________________________________                           Time: ____________________

Training Instructor: __________________________________________



                                  Attendees – Please PRINT and SIGN your name legibly below

                                 NAME (Print)                                             Signature

1. ______________________________________                             _____________________________________
2. ______________________________________                             _____________________________________
3. ______________________________________                             _____________________________________
4. ______________________________________                             _____________________________________
5. ______________________________________                             _____________________________________
6. ______________________________________                             _____________________________________
7. ______________________________________                             _____________________________________
8. ______________________________________                             _____________________________________
9. ______________________________________                             _____________________________________
10. ______________________________________                            _____________________________________
11. ______________________________________                            _____________________________________
12. ______________________________________                            _____________________________________
13. ______________________________________                            _____________________________________
14. ______________________________________                            _____________________________________
15. ______________________________________                            _____________________________________
16. ______________________________________                            _____________________________________
17. ______________________________________                            _____________________________________
18. ______________________________________                            _____________________________________
19. ______________________________________                            _____________________________________
20. ______________________________________                            _____________________________________

Completed copies of this form should be routed to the appropriate Supervisor and the Department Safety Coordinator, and
must be maintained in departmental files for at least 3 years.


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X. Chemical Hygiene Plan
The Laboratory Standard requires all laboratories to establish their own laboratory-specific Chemical
Hygiene Plan (CHP). This plan covers the multiple conditions and practices conductive to the
establishment and maintenance of health when working in a chemical environment. Thus, essential
components of the CHP include a lab-specific inventory of all chemicals including those in “special
categories” (e.g. carcinogens and controlled substances). The CHP should also address chemical
receiving, storing and dispensing; rules and regulations pertaining to proper handling and disposal of
chemicals in your lab; the use of personal protective equipment (and any other special equipment), as
well as emergency responses should a chemical spill, exposure or accident occur.

As a start, the lab-specific CHP should build on the information contained in the Chemical and
Laboratory Safety Manual which should be present and readily available in your laboratory. This
manual is accessible online at (http://safetyservices.ucdavis.edu/programs-and-services/research-safety/quick-links-
chemical-lab-safety/chemical-and-laboratory-safety-manual/chemical-and-laboratory-safety-manual). Generation of a
lab-specific CHP can be accomplished by having the person responsible for the laboratory fill out the
following forms (pages 60-71 in the IIPP) with laboratory-specific information (see pages 70-80 in the EH&S
Chemical and Laboratory Safety Manual). To facilitate the process, a Chemical Hygiene Plan template can
be found on the EH&S website at http://safetyservices.ucdavis.edu/programs-and-services/research-safety/forms-
manuals-plans-1/forms/chp%20template.pdf/view.

A Chemical Hygiene Plan information and required elements sheet must be POSTED in the Laboratory.
See CHP-Appendix X(L) for use as a template.




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IIPP-CHP-Appendix X(A)
                                       DEPARTMENT of NUTRITION
                  LABORATORY-SPECIFIC CHEMICAL HYGIENE PLAN
The following is a descriptive checklist providing further guidance for filling out each of the forms for a
Chemical Hygiene Plan tailored specifically for your Laboratory.

A.         SITE-SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITY FOR CHEMICAL HYGIENE AND SAFETY
       Identify responsible persons and all rooms covered by your plan. There must be at least 1 (one) plan for
       each laboratory site (if procedures or uses are uniquely different). Principal Investigators with multiple
       laboratories may wish to develop more than one lab-specific Chemical Hygiene Plan. In each case, the
       plan must be accessible to all laboratory staff at any time (day or night). All laboratory-specific
       Chemical Hygiene Plans must be reviewed at least annually and updated as necessary.

B.         CHEMICAL INVENTORY
       An inventory of all chemicals must be completed and updated annually by each Principal Investigator (or
       Lab Supervisor). The Chemical Inventory must contain the following elements: chemical name, average
       amount stored, maximum kept/stored on hand, storage method, and physical state of the chemical.
       Inventories should be submitted on-line using the Chemical Inventory System (“CIS”), accessible on the
       EH&S website at (http://safetyapps.ucdavis.edu/ehs/cis/index.cfm).

       Yolo County Environmental Health has established a program and now has the responsibility to inspect
       UC Davis' hazardous waste generators and hazardous material users as part of the new Certified Unified
       Program Agency (CUPA) program. In an agreement with Yolo County Environmental Health, EH&S
       has established an in-house CUPA audit system. This self-audit system is designed to help hazardous
       waste generators and hazardous material users understand their responsibilities and verify compliance.
       This will also allow the county to do spot-checks rather than visit every laboratory. This self-audit
       program contains a checklist (accessible at http://safetyapps.ucdavis.edu/ehs/cis/cupa_checklist.pdf) that
       includes the critical areas that will be the focus of a county inspection. If the regulations are not
       followed in your laboratories, you could be fined by Yolo County Environmental Health. All generators
       of hazardous waste or hazardous material users must complete self-audits and submit them to EH&S
       using this on-line program. Completed self-audits must be completed annually.

C.         SITE-SPECIFIC INFORMATION ON CHEMICAL RECEIVING, STORING, DISPENSING
       If applicable, give the location of your laboratory’s chemical receiving, storage, dispensing and disposal
       area(s). Describe any ordering policies, procedures for hazardous chemicals and hazardous waste. List
       any chemicals that require prior Principal Investigator approval for ordering/purchase.

D.      MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEETS (MSDS) and OTHER REFERENCE MATERIALS
        AVAILBLE IN THE LABORATORY
       Describe how and where MSDS (and any other reference materials) are available in the laboratory (hard-
       copy and/or on-line). Some MSDS and other reference materials are accessible on the EH&S website at
       http://safetyservices.ucdavis.edu/programs-and-services/research-safety/quick-links-chemical-lab-
       safety/msds/material-safety-data-sheets.

E.         EMERGENCY RESPONSE INSTRUCTIONS
       This form contains general instructions for emergency response. Add laboratory-specific information,
       such as special precautions or unique hazards. Chapter 1 of the EH&S Chemical and Laboratory Safety
       Manual contains more information on Emergency procedures. (http://safetyservices.ucdavis.edu/programs-
       and-services/research-safety/chemical-and-laboratory-safety-manual/chapter-i-emergency-procedures).



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F.         SITE-SPECIFIC HAZARDOUS MATERIALS CONTROL SYSTEMS
       List special systems intended to contain hazardous materials. Most laboratories have fume hoods; others
       may also have biological safety cabinets, glove boxes, flammable liquid storage cabinets, or special
       ventilation systems for specific equipment or operations. Include information on restrictions, special
       precautions or procedures, preventative maintenance schedules (fume hoods are evaluated annually by
       Facilities Services; contact Facilities Services for annual evaluation of other exhaust systems), and any
       other information relevant to safe operation in the laboratory. For additional information on laboratory
       safety equipment, see Chapter V in the EH&S Chemical and Laboratory Safety Manual
       http://safetyservices.ucdavis.edu/programs-and-services/research-safety/chemical-and-laboratory-safety-
       manual/chapter-v-laboratory-safety-equipment

G.         PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT AVAILABLE IN THE LABORATORY
       List the personal protective equipment that is available in the laboratory. Discuss specific uses, if
       appropriate.   See    EH&S      Chemical    and     Laboratory    Safety    Manual    Chapter     IV
       http://safetyservices.ucdavis.edu/programs-and-services/research-safety/chemical-and-laboratory-safety-
       manual/chapter-iv-personal-protection     and Chapter X http://safetyservices.ucdavis.edu/programs-and-
       services/research-safety/chemical-and-laboratory-safety-manual/chapter-x-respiratory-protection in the EH&S
       Chemical and Laboratory Safety Manual for additional information

H.         PRIOR APPROVALS REQUIRED
       List prior approvals required for particular laboratory functions. The Principal Investigator will determine
       which laboratory operations, if any, will require prior approval.

I.         STANDARD OPERATING PROCEDURES (SOPs)
       Some laboratory procedures involving hazardous chemicals should have specific Standard Operating
       Procedures that address health and safety issues. EH&S Chemical and Laboratory Safety Manual
       (Appendix A - http://safetyservices.ucdavis.edu/programs-and-services/research-safety/chemical-and-laboratory-
       safety-manual/ChemMan_appA.pdf) provides EH&S guidance for the development of specific Standard
       Operating Procedures and a form with recommended elements.

J.         CAMPUS-REGULATED CARCINOGENS
       Campus-regulated carcinogens are discussed in Chapter VII of the EH&S Chemical and Laboratory
       Safety Manual (http://safetyservices.ucdavis.edu/programs-and-services/research-safety/chemical-and-laboratory-
       safety-manual/chapter-vii-chemical-carcinogens). If campus-regulated carcinogens are used in the laboratory,
       the campus-regulated Carcinogen Use Authorization form (found in Chapter VII) must be filled out and
       sent to EH&S. Keep a copy of the form as part of the laboratory-specific Chemical Hygiene Plan.
       Cal/OSHA-regulated carcinogen use must be reported by EH&S semi-annually. Consult Chapter VII
       of the Chemical and Laboratory Safety Manual for other requirements.

K.         LABORATORY TRAINING CHECKLIST
       Each laboratory should conduct initial training on lab policies and procedures for new lab workers.
       Training for all lab workers should be updated at least annually (see Appendix VIII(A) and (C) for training
       guidelines).
       All training must be documented. Sample (template) training documentation forms are included in the
       IIPP (Appendix IX(B)). Each laboratory should also conduct periodic safety audits. Laboratory Safety
       Survey Guidelines and a Laboratory Safety Survey have been developed and are included in CHP-
       Appendix X(B) and Appendix X(K) and in the Chemical and Laboratory Safety Manual.




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IIPP-CHP-Appendix X(B)


                                 LABORATORY SAFETY SURVEY GUIDELINES
The Injury Illness Prevention Plan (IIPP)/Chemical Hygiene Plan (CHP) requires periodic (a minimum of
once a year) laboratory safety inspections to be performed by the laboratory or department. To assist you,
EH&S has provided these guidelines which correspond to the questions on the Laboratory Safety Survey
form (see IIPP–CHP Appendix IX(J).

1.     All UC Davis laboratories should have a copy of the UC Davis “Chemical and Laboratory Safety
       Manual". If you do not have one, contact EH&S or download the manual from the EH&S website
       http://safetyservices.ucdavis.edu/programs-and-services/research-safety/quick-links-chemical-lab-safety/chemical-
       and-laboratory-safety-manual/chemical-and-laboratory-safety-manual

2.     Workers must be familiar with the Injury Illness Prevention Program (IIPP), Hazard Communication
       Program and the Chemical Hygiene Plan. These programs mandate that workers are familiar with
       the specific hazards of each chemical they are using. Workers must also be trained in the proper use
       of personal protective equipment.
3.     Workers must have access to Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDSs) for each chemical they use.
       MSDSs can be requested from the manufacturer.

4.     Workers using biohazards, highly toxic chemicals, radiation, and carcinogens must have
       documented special training. For assistance, contact EH&S. (See Appendices VIII(B) and VIII(C) of the
       IIPP and CHP or Appendix B of the EH&S “Chemical and Laboratory Safety Manual" for a training
       documentation form).

5.     Workers must be instructed in emergency procedures such as building evacuation, location and use
       of fire extinguishers, and what to do in the event of a chemical or medical emergency.

6.     Workers must be trained in how to respond to a hazardous material spill in the lab. Spill procedures
       must    be     posted      (i.e.,   SafetyNet      13      http://safetyservices.ucdavis.edu/safetynets/Safetynets-
       Master%20List/safetynet-13-guidelines-for-chemical-spill-control) The Chemical and Laboratory Safety
       Manual outlines the recommended procedure.

7.     Training records, standard operating procedures for hazardous laboratory operations, a chemical
       inventory, and safety inspection information must be retained by the PI and must be available to
       inspectors.

8.     Laboratories must retain documentation of all hazards identified by safety surveys as well as
       corrective action.

9.     Each laboratory must perform a periodic (at least annual) safety inspection. Records of these
       inspections must be kept on file.

10. Rooms and cabinets that contain biohazards, campus-regulated carcinogens, and radioactive
    materials must be labeled with standard signs. Signs can be requested from EH&S.

11. Laboratories should be kept as clean and uncluttered as possible. Research has shown a direct
    relationship between messy/cluttered laboratories and increased accidents.

12. Approved first-aid supplies must be readily available to employees. Approved kits are available
    through the Storehouse or private vendors.
13. All cabinets and flammable storage lockers taller than 5 feet should be secured to prevent tipping
    during an earthquake. Large objects may fall on people or obstruct escape routes.


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14. Shelves used for storage of chemicals and heavy items should have restraints (lips, wires) to prevent
    chemicals from falling in the event of an earthquake. Call EH&S for more information.

15. The consumption of food and beverages in the laboratory is prohibited where biohazardous
    materials, chemicals, campus-regulated carcinogens, or radioactive materials are used. Food and
    beverages should not be stored in the laboratory and never in refrigerators used for hazardous
    material storage.

16. Fire extinguishers must be professionally maintained annually. The person doing this will put on a
    new tag and punch it on the date of maintenance. A break-away seal is also added. Once a month,
    laboratory workers should check to see that the fire extinguisher is still sealed and mounted. If the
    fire extinguisher has a gauge, it should read "charged". Contact the UC Davis Fire Department with
    any problems.

17. All laboratories are plumbed with potable water that has a back-flow prevention device to prevent
    accidental contamination of the building water supply. Laboratory water must not be used for
    drinking, as it may be contaminated. The faucets should be labeled “Industrial Water Do Not Drink.”
    Labels can be requested from EH&S.
18. Protective gloves should be worn when handling chemicals. Latex gloves are good for general
    laboratory wear but do not protect against most chemicals. For large volume chemical use
    (particularly acids and solvents), chemically resistant gloves should be used. (See Chapter V of the
       Chemical and Laboratory Safety Manual http://safetyservices.ucdavis.edu/programs-and-services/research-
       safety/chemical-and-laboratory-safety-manual/chapter-v-laboratory-safety-equipment).

19. Eye protection must be suited to the hazard. Indirectly ventilated goggles protect against splashes.
    Unventilated goggles protect against vapors, mists, and airborne dusts. Face shields will protect the
    face and eyes from splashes but not vapors. A combination of goggles and face shield works well.
    Contact lens wearers should be particularly meticulous about eye protection.

20. Chemical fume hoods must be tested annually for proper airflow by Facilities Services. A label is
    placed on the fume hood with the date of the test, average air velocity (minimum 100 fpm) in feet per
    minute (fpm). Contact Facilities Services (752-1655) if the label indicates that more than a year has
    passed since the last test.

21. Fume hoods exhaust air through several slots at the back to maintain constant airflow over the entire
    face of the hood. If the lowest slot at the back of the hood is blocked by storage, the hood will not
    effectively exhaust chemical vapors and fumes. Storage in fume hoods is discouraged but where
    storage in the hood is necessary, store items on a platform or shelf that allows air to pass beneath.

22. Airflow direction can be visualized with a Kimwipe or tissue. Chemical fume hoods must have a
    working mechanical flow indicator.

23. There should be a slight inward airflow into the laboratories from the corridors and offices (100
    cubic feet per minute per exit). This will help to keep chemical vapors and fumes from spreading into
    other areas in the building.

24. Unguarded moveable machine parts and belts cause a large number of accidents and injuries. These
    parts must be guarded with a screen or cover.

25. A serious explosion can occur if flammable materials are stored in ordinary household refrigerators.
    Special laboratory (LabSafe) refrigerators/freezers, with spark producing equipment removed from
    the refrigerator interior, are required for storage of flammable materials. Do not store flammable
    materials in refrigerators/freezers unless recommended by the manufacturer.
26. Non-spark-proof refrigerators/freezers need warning labels to assure they are not used for the storage
    of flammables. Labels can be requested from EH&S.

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27. Compressed gas cylinders must be restrained in a rack with a metal strap or chain to prevent falling.
    Webbed belting is not optimum (can melt in a fire situation) but is an adequate restraint. Rope,
    bungee cords, tubing, etc. are not adequate to hold a heavy cylinder.

28. If a compressed gas cylinder is not being used, the regulator must be removed and the cap replaced.

29. All chemicals must be labeled with a complete chemical name (not just the chemical formula),
    hazard warning, date and name of person preparing the chemical. Sample labels are available from
    EH&S. As much as possible, keep chemicals in the original container.

30. See list for campus-regulated carcinogens. (See the Chemical and Laboratory Safety Manual - Chapter VII,
       “Chemical Carcinogens” - http://safetyservices.ucdavis.edu/programs-and-services/research-safety/chemical-and-
       laboratory-safety-manual/chapter-vii-chemical-carcinogens). Notify EH&S if you are using campus-
       regulated carcinogens and do not yet have carcinogen use authorization.

31. Chemicals must be segregated for storage by hazard class (acids, bases, oxidizers, flammables, water
    reactives, toxics, etc.). It is good practice to store chemicals in a resistant tray, bin, tub, or tote large
    enough to hold 110% of the volume of the largest bottle.
32. State, local, and federal regulations require that all chemicals on campus be inventoried. Inventories
    must include chemical name, maximum amount on hand, average amount stored, and location. Using
    the Chemical Inventory System (CIS) on the Safety Services/EH&S website (at
    http://safetyapps.ucdavis.edu/ehs/cis/index.cfm) is the mandated way to manage inventory.

33. Chemical hazardous waste, infectious waste, and radioactive waste all have different disposal
    requirements. If at all possible, do not mix the different types of waste. Chemical hazardous waste
    must also be segregated by hazard class for disposal. Bottles re-used for chemical hazardous waste
    collection should have the original label defaced and the bottle tagged with an EH&S hazardous
    waste tag. Call EH&S for further information. (See also the Chemical and Laboratory Safety Manual
       Chapter VIII http://safetyservices.ucdavis.edu/programs-and-services/research-safety/chemical-and-laboratory-
       safety-manual/chapter-viii-chemical-waste-disposal).

34. Hazardous waste must never be poured down the drain.

35. Plumbed combination emergency showers/eyewashes must be available within 100 feet for anyone
    working with chemicals that pose a risk of eye/body injury (particularly corrosive chemicals).

36. Plumbed eyewashes must be available within 100 feet for anyone working with chemicals that pose a
    risk of eye injury (particularly corrosive chemicals).

37. Peroxide forming chemicals, such as ethyl ether and THF, must be dated upon receipt and again
    when first opened. Containers should be disposed by EH&S three to six months after opening or six
    to twelve months after receipt, depending on the specific chemical. (Review SafetyNet #23
       http://safetyservices.ucdavis.edu/safetynets/Safetynets-Master%20List/Safetynets-Master%20List/safetynet-23-
       peroxide-formation-in-chemicals on the Safety Services/EH&S website for additional details).

38. Sharps (needles, scalpels, glass pipettes) must be stored in puncture-proof containers and labeled
    appropriately. If the sharps are contaminated with human pathogens, they must be labeled and treated
    as "medical waste." DO NOT use medical waste (red) sharps containers for non-medical waste
    sharps. If the sharps are contaminated only with chemicals, they must be labeled as "hazardous
    waste".

39. Laboratory doors are special fire doors that are designed to keep fires from spreading. From a fire
    safety standpoint, it is best to keep all fire doors closed as much as possible. Fire doors should, at a
    minimum, be unobstructed and easily closed.



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40. Up to 10 gallons of flammable liquids, in glass containers of one gallon or less, may be stored in the
    laboratory. Over 10 gallons must be stored in an approved flammable storage cabinet in the lab. (See
       the "UC Davis Chemical and Laboratory Safety Manual" for additional details or contact the UC Davis Fire
       Department for more information).

41. Flammable liquids may be stored in glass containers less than one gallon capacity. Up to two gallons
    of flammable liquids may be stored in safety cans – safety cans must be less than two gallon
    capacity. Safety cans have spring release caps and spark arresters.

42. Flammable liquids, stored in flammable storage cabinets must be limited to 60 gallons per fire area.
    A fire area is a space surrounded by fire-rated walls and doors (typical campus laboratory).

43. Plugs, cords, outlets, and receptacles should be in good condition and must not have any splices or
    exposed conductors. Frayed cords should be replaced.

44. For safe operation, all electrical equipment must be properly grounded. Do not alter original wiring
    by removing grounding conductors or using ungrounded adapters.
45. Improper use of extension cords can cause a fire. They should be for temporary use only. Place
    equipment where an electrical outlet can be used directly or have an electrician extend the outlets
    with approved conduit and wiring to reach the equipment.

46. All electrical components including switches, electrical panels, raceways, and outlets, must have
    covers intact and in place.

47. Circuit breakers must not be blocked so they can be accessed in an emergency.

48. Circuit breakers must be labeled with the equipment or area served by each. This will facilitate a
    quick shutdown in case of shock or fire.

49. Overloaded outlets can lead to fires. Install additional outlets if they are needed.




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IIPP – CHP Appendix X(C)


                        Site-Specific Responsibility for Chemical Hygiene and Safety

                            OFFICE of ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH AND SAFETY
                                  UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS

                                 Department: _________________________________

                                    Building: _________________________________

Department Chairperson or Director: _________________________________
                            Office: _________________________________
                            Phone: _________________________________
                                       Email: _________________________________
     Principal Investigator,
     Faculty Member or Supervisor* : __________________________________
                              Office: _________________________________
                              Phone: _________________________________
                              Email: __________________________________
               * person responsible for chemical hygiene and the Chemical Hygiene Plan in the unit or laboratory
             Rooms covered by this plan: ___________________________________
                                              ___________________________________
                                              ___________________________________
                                              ___________________________________


                      Implementation Date: ___________________________________


                      Annual Review Date: ___________________________________
                                          ___________________________________
                                          ___________________________________
                                          ___________________________________




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             Site-Specific Information on Chemical Receiving, Storing , or Dispensing
                                          (if Applicable)

                                       Chemical Hygiene Plan
                            OFFICE of ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH AND SAFETY
                                  UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS


Location of your Laboratory’s Chemical Receiving, Storage, or Dispensing areas:




Describe any ordering policies or procedures for Hazardous Chemicals:




List any chemicals that require prior Principal Investigator approval for purchase:




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IIPP – CHP Appendix X(E)


                    MSDS and other Reference Materials Available in the Laboratory

                                       Chemical Hygiene Plan
                            OFFICE of ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH AND SAFETY
                                  UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS


Describe how and where MSDS and other Reference Materials are available in the Laboratory:




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                                    Emergency Response Instructions

                                          Chemical Hygiene Plan
                            OFFICE of ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH AND SAFETY
                                  UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS


GENERAL PROCEDURES:
The following are some general instructions for actions to take in the event of an emergency:

Medical Emergency
1. Remain calm
2.   Initiate life-saving measures if required
3.   Call for Emergency Response – call 911
4.   DO NOT MOVE injured persons unless it is absolutely necessary to prevent further harm
5.   Keep injured person warm.


Major Incident
1. Attend to injured or contaminated persons and remove them from exposure
2. Alert people to evacuate the area
3. Call for Emergency Response
         FIRE …………………………………………………….. call 911
         CHEMICAL, RADIATION or BIOLOGICAL Spill ………. call 911
         After hours (Evenings, Weekends, Holidays) …………………call 911

4. Close doors to affected areas
5. Have a person knowledgeable of the incident assist emergency personnel


LABORATORY-SPECIFIC PROCEDURES:
The following are specific Instructions for actions to take during an emergency situation in your laboratory:




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                                 Site-Specific Hazardous Material Control Systems
                                               (Engineering Controls)

                                             Chemical Hygiene Plan
                            OFFICE of ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH AND SAFETY
                                  UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS


List hazardous material control systems (e.g. fume hoods) available in your Laboratory:




Information on restrictions, special precautions or procedures, preventative maintenance schedules,
and any other information relevant to the safe operation of your laboratory:




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IIPP – CHP Appendix X(H)
                                      Personal Protective Equipment
                                       Available in the Laboratory

                                           Chemical Hygiene Plan
                            OFFICE of ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH AND SAFETY
                                  UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS

List the Personal Protective Equipment available to Laboratory workers and when it should be used.
(See Chapter V in the "UC Davis Chemical and Laboratory Safety Manual” for additional information available
at http://safetyservices.ucdavis.edu/programs-and-services/research-safety/chemical-and-laboratory-safety
manual/labmanual%20final%20Oct01.pdf/view?searchterm=Chemical+Hygiene )

EYE PROTECTION:




GLOVES:




OTHER PROTECTIVE CLOTHING:




RESPIRATORY PROTECTION:




OTHER PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT:




IIPP – CHP Appendix IX(I)

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IIPP – CHP Appendix X(I)


                                           Prior Approvals Required

                                            Chemical Hygiene Plan
                            OFFICE of ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH AND SAFETY
                                  UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS
List prior approvals required for particular laboratory functions:
(The Principal Investigator or Laboratory Supervisor will determine which laboratory operations, if any, will require
prior approval)




IIPP – CHP Appendix IX(I)

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                                      Laboratory Worker Training

                                        Chemical Hygiene Plan
                            OFFICE of ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH AND SAFETY
                                  UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS
All individuals working in the Laboratory must undergo appropriate training. Each Lab Supervisor should
decide what specific safety training is needed for individual workers based on tasks, responsibilities and
hazard exposure in the area(s) where the individual will or may be working.

Use the Individual Training Documentation Form for Laboratory Training (IIPP         – Appendix VIII(C))   to
document initial and on-going (“refresher”) worker training.




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IIPP – CHP Appendix X(J)
                                                   Laboratory Safety Survey

                                                    Chemical Hygiene Plan
                            OFFICE of ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH AND SAFETY
                                  UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, DAVIS

Building: ______________________ Room(s): ____________________________________________
Principal Investigator/Lab Faculty in charge: ________________________________________________
                                                  Phone: ___________________            E-mail: ____________________
Inspector: ______________________________________________ Job Title: ____________________
Date: ____________________

This Laboratory Safety Survey Form should be used in conjunction with the Safety Survey Guidelines (Appendix
X(B)), Job Safety Analysis and Hazard Evaluation form ( Appendix IV(B)) and specific Worksite Inspection form (
Appendix IV(D)).

Health and Safety Management
YES        NO         na
     
   1.                          Is the UC Davis “Chemical and Laboratory Safety Manual” present?
     
  2                           Are workers trained in Chemical Safety, Physical Hazards, and general Lab Safety?
     
   3.                          Do workers have ready access to, and familiarity with, the use of Material Safety Data
                                    sheets (MSDSs)?
     
                            4. Have workers using biohazrds, toxins, and/or campus-regulated carcinogens been given
                                    special/appropriate documented training?
     
                            5. Are workers instructed in laboratory emergency action/fire prevention, evacuation plan
                                    procedures (exits, locations and use of fire extinguishers, how to get medical help)?
     
                            6. Have workers been trained on how to respond in the event of a chemical spill? Are
                                    chemical spill procedures posted?
     
                            7. Are worker training records complete, current and documented properly?
     
                            8. Have all hazards identified by previous safety audits been abated? (Action records must
                                    be retained.)
     
  9.                          Are periodic laboratory safety inspections (at least annually) performed by laboratory
                                    workers? (PI must retain records).

General Safety
YES        NO         na
     
                   10. Are rooms and cabinets containing campus-regulated carcinogens, biohazards, and
                           radioactive materials labeled?
 
 
                    
                      11. Are work areas clean and uncluttered?
 
 
                    
                      12. Do employees know the location of the first aid kit and is it accessible?
 
 
                    
                      13. Is equipment taller than 5 feet secured to prevent tipping during an earthquake?

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YES        NO         na
 
  14. Do shelves have lips, wires, or other restraints to prevent items from falling during an
   
                                 earthquake?
 
  15. Are food and beverages prohibited in the lab and kept out of the laboratory refrigerators
   
                           or cabinets?
 
 
                    
                      16. Are fire extinguishers accessible and charged? (if not, call UC Davis Fire Department).
 
 
                    
                      17. Are sinks labeled “Industrial Water - Do Not Drink”? (If not, contact EH&S.)
 
 
                    
                       18. Are protective gloves available and worn for laboratory procedures where skin contact
                           with chemicals may occur?
 
 
                    
                      19. Are safety spectacles or other eye protection available and worn in the laboratory? Is
                           other protective clothing (lab coats, aprons, insulated gloves, etc.) or respiratory
                           protection available and worn in the laboratory?

Laboratory Equipment
YES        NO         na
 
  20. Have chemical fume hoods been tested within the past year as indicated by Facilities
   
                                 Services test labels on the hoods?
 
  21. Is storage in hoods kept to a minimum and is it placed such that it does not impede
   
                           proper airflow?
 
 
                    
                      22. Does the fume hood draw air (test with a tissue on hood edge) and is a flow indicator
                           installed and working?
 
 
                    
                      23. Is the laboratory ventilation negative with respect to corridors and offices? (call EH&S
                           for assistance.)
 
 
                    
                      24. Are rotating or moveable parts and belts guarded with screens having less than 1/4”
                            opening?
 
 
                    
                      25. Are refrigerators/freezers used for storage of flammables non-sparking (laboratory safe)
                            and properly labeled?
 
 
                    
                      26. Are non-spark-proof refrigerators (household-type) labeled as “Unsafe for Flammable
                            Storage”?
 
                 
                      27. Are all gas cylinders chained to an immovable object to prevent tipping or falling?
 
                 
                      28. Are valves of gas cylinders capped when not in use?

Hazardous Materials
YES        NO         na
 
    
   29. Are chemicals labeled to identify contents and hazards?
 
    
   30. Are campus-regulated carcinogens handled safely to reduce employee exposure? (All
                            uses of campus-regulated chemical carcinogens must be authorized by EH&S. Call if
                            authorization is needed ).
 
 
                    
                      31. Are chemicals separated by hazard class and stored to prevent spills (acids, bases,
                            oxidizers, flammables, etc)?
 
 
                    
                      32. Are chemicals inventoried (chemical name, quantity on hand, amount used per year)?
 
 
                    
                      33. Are chemical waste containers properly segregated, sealed with tight-fitting caps, and
                            stored with EH&S Hazardous Waste labels attached to the containers?
 
 
                    
                      34. Are all hazardous wastes disposed of properly by EH&S?
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YES        NO         na
 
  35. Is a plumbed emergency shower available within 100 feet of all areas where chemicals
   
                            may splash onto an employee’s body?
 
 
                    
                      36. Is a plumbed emergency eyewash available within 100 feet of all chemical splashes or
                            mechanical hazards such as grinding?
 
 
                    
                      37. Are ether and other peroxide forming chemicals dated? (Call EH&S for disposal of
                            outdated chemicals).
 
 
                    
                      38. Are sharps stored in puncture-proof containers and labeled appropriately (medical or
                            hazardous waste)?

Fire and Electrical Safety
YES        NO         na
 
  39. Are fire doors unobstructed and easily closed?
   
 
  40. If more than 10 gallons of flammables are stored, is an approved flammable storage
   
                            cabinet used? (Call the UC Davis Fire Department for information).
 
 
                    
                      41. Are flammable liquids stored in 1-gallon or less containers or kept in 2-gallon or less
                            approved safety cans?
 
 
                    
                      42. Are flammable liquids, stored in flammable storage cabinets, limited to 60 gallons per
                            fire rated area?
 
 
                    
                      43. Are plugs, cords, and receptacles in good condition (no splices or frayed cords)?
 
 
                    
                      44. Is all equipment properly grounded? (three prong plugs in good condition)
 
 
                    
                      45. Are extension cords used only for temporary operations? (not to be used in place of
                            permanent wiring, running through walls, ceilings, doors.)
 
 
                    
                      46. Are all electrical boxes, panels, receptacles, and fittings covered to protect against
                            electrical shock?
 
 
                    
                      47. Are control switches, circuit breakers, electrical panels, and emergency power cabinets
                            free of obstructions?
 
 
                    
                      48. Are circuit breakers labeled to indicate what equipment is served by each?
 
 
                    
                      49. Have all outlet adapters been removed? (Install additional outlets or use fused power
                            strips if current demand is within the strip’s rating).

Comments:




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Additional Lab-Specific Information

YES        NO
 
 Biosafety Cabinet                 Most recent Certification Date: ______________________
                                       UCD ID#: _______________________________________


 
 Regulated Carcinogens                  List types: _________________________________________________
                   _________________________________________________________________________________
                   _________________________________________________________________________________


 
 Compressed Gases                    List types and Quantity: _________________________________________
                   _________________________________________________________________________________
                   _________________________________________________________________________________


 
 Flammable Liquids                   List types and Quantity (gallons): __________________________________
                   _________________________________________________________________________________
                   _________________________________________________________________________________


 
 Personal Protective Equipment                   List: ______________________________________________
                   _________________________________________________________________________________
                   _________________________________________________________________________________




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                                     CHEMICAL HYGIENE PLAN (CHP):
                                     Department of Nutrition, Meyer Hall
                                 [part of the Safety Management Program (PPM 290-15)]


Rooms covered by this plan:

Principal Investigator (PI):

Person responsible for CHP, (if different from PI):


Location in the laboratory of the CHP elements listed below:

1. Injury Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) & Generic Rules For Laboratory Safety
   (including wearing of personal protective equipment (PPE):



2. Standard Operating Procedures (SOP’s) and Lab Specific Hazards:



3. Chemical Inventory and Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS’s):



4. Emergency Evacuation Plan:



5. Training Documentation Records:



6. First-Aid Kit:



7. Spill Containment Materials (“Spill-Kit”):


8. Safety Nets:




Annual Review Date                       Print Name                          Signature
____________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________

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XI.         Resources

1. Office of the President: University Policy on Environmental Health and Safety, 10/22/86

2. UC Davis Policy and Procedure Manual, Section 290-15, Safety Management Program

3. California Code of Regulations Title 8, Section 3203, (8CCR §3203), Injury and Illness Prevention
   Program

4. Personnel Policies for Staff Members, Corrective Action, UCD Procedure 62

5. University of California Policy on Management of Health, Safety and the Environment,
   http://www.ucop.edu/riskmgt/ehs/policy.html

6. UC Davis Environmental Health & Safety
          EH&S Website
          Material Safety Data Sheets
          UC Occupational Health and Safety http://safetyservices.ucdavis.edu/programs-and-
           services/occupational-health/occupational-health-services-1
          SafetyNets (see master list and link below)


7. ANR Environmental Health and Safety Resources http://safety.ucanr.org/
      Occupational Health and Safety Safety Notes (see master list and link below)

8. UCD Fire Prevention Services http://safetyservices.ucdavis.edu/programs-and-services/fire-prevention/fire-
   prevention-services-1 (UCD Fire Dept: http://fire.ucdavis.edu/ )
      FireNets (see list and link below)




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(UCD Safety Services – formerly Environmental Health & Safety - SafetyNets)


                                               SafetyNets Master List
                                                          (As of 11-16-11)*
*To obtain the most complete/current SafetyNets go to the link: http://safetyservices.ucdavis.edu/safetynets/Safetynets-Master%20List/

                                                                                                                            Last
     Number                                                        Title                                                  Reviewed/
                                                                                                                           Revised
SafetyNet #1          EPA's New Refrigerant Recycling Rule                                                                01-2007
SafetyNet #2          Oxyacetylene Safety Update                                                                          02-2007
SafetyNet #3          Guidelines for Disposal of Sharps, Biological, and Medical Waste                                    03-2009
SafetyNet #4          Partial List of Incompatible Chemicals                                                              05-2007
SafetyNet #5          Eye and Face Safety Protection for Laboratory Workers                                               08-2008
SafetyNet #6          Can This Go Down the Drain?                                                                         02-2007
SafetyNet #7          Hazardous Material Inventory Requirements                                                           01-2007
SafetyNet #8          Guidelines for Disposal of Chemical Waste                                                           01-2009
SafetyNet #9          Guidelines for Disposal of Radioactive Waste                                                        08-2008
SafetyNet #10         Steps You Can Take To Limit Your Exposure To Radiation                                              08-2008
SafetyNet #11         Replaced By SafetyNet #s 32 and 139                                                                 10-2008
SafetyNet #12         Why Didn't the Custodian Pick Up My Trash?                                                          01-2007
SafetyNet #13         Guidelines for Chemical Spill Control                                                               08-2009
SafetyNet #14         Safe Use of Nitric Acid                                                                             02-2007
SafetyNet #15         Radiation Quantities and Units                                                                      08-2008
SafetyNet #16         Guidelines for Mercury Spill Control                                                                01-2007
SafetyNet #17         Personal Computer Workstation Checklist                                                             01-2007
SafetyNet #18         Safe Use of Perchloric Acid                                                                         01-2007
SafetyNet #19         General Safety Guidelines for Chemical Laboratories                                                 01-2007
SafetyNet #20         Electrical Safety Guidelines                                                                        01-2007
SafetyNet #21         Minimizing Aerosol Exposure                                                                         12-2006
SafetyNet #22         Safe Use of Phenol                                                                                  11-2006
SafetyNet #23         Peroxide Formation in Ethers and Other Chemicals                                                    05-2007
SafetyNet #24         Hydrogen Sulfide                                                                                    01-2007
SafetyNet #26         Effective Use of Autoclaves                                                                         05-2004
SafetyNet #27         Controlling Laboratory Ergonomic Risk Factors"                                                      01-2007
SafetyNet #28         Replaced By SafetyNet #32                                                                           10-2008
SafetyNet #29         Back Belts                                                                                          01-2007
SafetyNet #30         Building Temperature Extremes                                                                       12-2006
SafetyNet #31         Use of Refrigerators and Freezers                                                                   01-2007
SafetyNet #32         Chemical Carcinogens: Guidelines for Writing Safety Protocols                                       10-2008
SafetyNet #33         Hazardous Materials Information & Training: Guidelines for Departments                              03-2007
SafetyNet #34         Managing Chemical Waste Streams to Reduce Disposal Cost                                             11-2010
SafetyNet #35         How to Use a Chemical Fume Hood Safely                                                              05-2007
SafetyNet #36         OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen Standard Worker Information                                                02-2003
SafetyNet #37         Radioactive Spills, Splashes, and Decon                                                             08-2008
SafetyNet #38         Guidelines for Pesticide Retention and Disposaltamination                                           02-2007

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     Number                                                   Title                                         Reviewed/
                                                                                                             Revised
SafetyNet #39         Safety Training Tips                                                                  01-2007
SafetyNet #40         Health & Safety Hazards: A Student's Right-To-Know                                    01-2007
SafetyNet #41         What You Should Know to Protect Your Wrists and Hands from Repetitive Motion Injury   01-2007
SafetyNet #42         General Guidelines for Management of Laboratory Chemicals                             05-2007
SafetyNet #43         Identification and Segregation of Chemical Waste                                      01-2009
SafetyNet #44         Alternatives to Chromic/Sulfuric Acid for Cleaning Laboratory Glassware               11-2006
SafetyNet #45         Glossary of MSDS Terms                                                                01-2007
SafetyNet #46         Lifting                                                                               01-2007
SafetyNet #48         Photographic Chemicals                                                                01-2007
SafetyNet #49         Pesticide Storage                                                                     01-2007
SafetyNet #50         Guidelines for the Selection of Chemical-Resistant Gloves                             11-2006
SafetyNet #51         Selecting Chemical Disinfectants                                                      05-2004
SafetyNet #52         Emergency Medical Care                                                                08-2007
SafetyNet #53         Ethidium Bromide Solutions Detoxification                                             03-2006
SafetyNet #54         Pregnancy and The University Workplace                                                01-2007
SafetyNet #55         Halon Fire Extinguishing Agent                                                        01-2007
SafetyNet #56         How To Monitor Your Lab for Radioactive Contamination                                 10-2009
SafetyNet #58         Safety Precautions for Cryogenic Liquids                                              01-2007
SafetyNet #60         Compressed Gas Safety                                                                 03-2007
SafetyNet #61         How To Maintain An Inventory for Radioactive Materials in the Laboratory              08-2008
SafetyNet #62         Needle and Syringe Safety                                                             05-2003
SafetyNet #63         Ozone Emissions                                                                       03-2007
SafetyNet #64         Guidelines for Evaluating Safety Performance                                          03-2007
SafetyNet #66         Emergency Eyewash and Shower Testing and Use                                          01-2008
SafetyNet #67         Dosimetry: Personal Monitoring for Radiation Workers                                  08-2008
SafetyNet #68         Use of Chlorine Compounds as Disinfectants                                            02-2003
SafetyNet #70         Safe Use of Hydrofluoric Acid                                                         11-2006
SafetyNet #71         Radiation and Human Health                                                            08-2008
SafetyNet #72         Chemical Substitutes                                                                  02-2007
SafetyNet #73         Laser Protective Eyewear                                                              08-2008
SafetyNet #74         The Principal Investigator's Laser Safety Training Responsibilities                   08-2008
SafetyNet #75         Laser Safety Warning Signs and Labelling                                              08-2008
SafetyNet #76         Safe Laser Practices                                                                  08-2008
SafetyNet #77         Standard Operating Procedures for Lasers or Laser Systems                             08-2008
SafetyNet #78         Radiation Safety Requirements for Persons Using Radiation-producing Machines          08-2008
SafetyNet #83         Non-Structural Seismic Safety                                                         10-2007
SafetyNet #84         Asbestos                                                                              01-2007
SafetyNet #85         Antimicrobials are Pesticides                                                         12-2006
SafetyNet #88         Respiratory Protection Program                                                        01-2007
SafetyNet #96         Keyboard and Mouse Use                                                                01-2007
SafetyNet #99         Indoor Air Quality                                                                    03-2007
SafetyNet #100        Electric and Magnetic Fields (EMF)                                                    08-2008
SafetyNet #103        Min/Max Thermometer Information Sheet                                                 03-2007

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     Number                                                   Title                                         Reviewed/
                                                                                                             Revised
SafetyNet #104        Safe Use and Management of Picric Acid                                                 11-2006
SafetyNet #106        Hazards of Ultraviolet Radiation                                                       08-2008
SafetyNet #107        Pregnancy and Reproductive Hazards in the Workplace: Physical and Biological Hazards   02-2003
SafetyNet #108        Pregnancy and Reproductive Hazards in the Workplace: Chemical and Radiological Hazards 03-2007
SafetyNet #109        Power Outages                                                                          03-2007
SafetyNet #110        Guidelines for Completing the Chemical Waste Label                                     01-2009
SafetyNet #111        Required Postings                                                                      12-2009
SafetyNet #112        Hearing Conservation                                                                   01-2007
SafetyNet #113        Release of Equipment                                                                   08-2008
SafetyNet #114        Confined Space Program                                                                 04-2009
SafetyNet #115        Machine Guarding                                                                       01-2007
SafetyNet #116        Principal Investigator's Training Responsibilities For Animal Care and Use             08-2007
SafetyNet #118        Laboratory Security and Emergency Response Tips for Hazardous Materials Users          01-2007
SafetyNet #119        Use of Non-EPA Regulated Scintillation Cocktails                                       08-2008
SafetyNet #120        Preparing for a CUPA Inspection                                                        11-2006
SafetyNet #121        Reporting Work-related Fatalities and Serious Injuries or Illnesses                    08-2008
SafetyNet #122        Proper Disposal of Universal and Electronic Wastes                                     05-2006
SafetyNet #123        Heat Illness Prevention                                                                07-2009
SafetyNet #124        Empty Container Management                                                             05-2007
SafetyNet #125        Safety Management Guidelines for Department Safety Coordinators                        12-2006
SafetyNet #126        Guidelines for Export Compliance                                                       04-2009
SafetyNet #127        Biological and Biohazardous Spill Response                                             06-2008
SafetyNet #128        Solvent Stills                                                                         01-2009
SafetyNet #129        Safety Management Program Guidelines for Department Chairs                             04-2009
SafetyNet #130        Safety Management Program Guidelines for Supervisors                                   04-2009
SafetyNet #131        Safety Management Program Guidelines for Principal Investigators                       04-2009
SafetyNet #132        Nanotechnology:Guidelines for Safe Research Practices                                  03-2009
SafetyNet #133        Fall Protection                                                                        03-2009
SafetyNet #134        Forklift Certification and Safety                                                      03-2009
SafetyNet #135        Procedures for Safe Use of Pyrophoric/Water Reactive Reagents                          04-2009
SafetyNet #136        Excavation/Trenching/Shoring                                                           04-2009
SafetyNet #137        Guidelines for Arc and Flash Lamp Safety                                               04-2009
SafetyNet #138        Portable Torch Safety                                                                  07-2009
SafetyNet #139        Guidelines for Handling Formaldehyde                                                   07-2010
SafetyNet #140        Guidelines for Handling Dichloromethane (Methylene Chloride)                           12-2010
SafetyNet #141        Crane and Hoist Safety                                                                 01-2011




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(UC ANR Environmental Health and Safety)

                                 Safety Notes              http://safety.ucanr.org/Safety_Notes/

                                        Occupational Health and Safety
Winner of 2007 Award of Recognition for Unique and Innovative Program from the Campus Safety Health &
Environmental Management Association (CSHEMA)
                                               Safety Notes Listed by Category
All Operations
          002 Hand-Held Power Tool Safety
          003 Ladder Safety
          004 Hand Tool Safety
          006 General Earthquake Safety
          010 Lifting
          019 Basic Electrical Safety
          021 Material Safety Data Sheets
          024 Hearing Protection
          025 Safe Fueling Practices
          034 Emergency Eyewash & Shower Stations
          038 Basic Eye Protection
          039 Confined Space Awareness
          048 Hazard Communication Awareness
          050 Portable Fire Extinguisher Basics
          055 Lockout and Tagout Requirements
          058 Microwave Oven Safety
          061 Injury and Illness Prevention Program Awareness
          062 Slips, Trips, and Falls
          063 Basic Firearm Safety
          066 Good Housekeeping Practices
          069 Continuous Standing Practices
          072 Basic Fire Prevention Measures
          074 Annual Workplace Fatalities
          075 Safe Driving Practices
          076 Reporting a Serious Work-Related Injury or Illness
          090 Driving Safely While Towing a Trailer
          104 Preventing Workplace Amputations
          105 Safety Notes as a Training Tool
          106 Workplace Violence Awareness
          107 Workplace Violence Prevention
          108 Workplace Violence Response
          109 Tsunami Awareness
          110 New Employee Orientation: EH&S Training
          111 Surviving a Regulatory Inspection
          112 California Universal Waste Requirements

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          116 Firearm Cleaning Safety
          118 EH&S: Everyone’s Responsibility
          123 Reporting An Employee Injury or Illness
          132 Driving and Cell Phone Use
          134 Choosing the Proper Work Attire
          135 Preventing ANR Slip, Trip, and Fall Injuries
          136 Portable Fuel Storage Containers
          141 Asbestos Awareness
          144 Electrical Extension Cord Safety
          145 Preparing an Effective Evacuation Route Map
          147 Work First Aid Kit
          149 Barbecue Cooking Safety
          151 Preventing the Spread of Disease
          163 Reporting a Non-Employee Injury or Property Damage-Loss Incident

Office Operations
          028 Computer Workstations
          037 General Office Safety
          052 Paper Shredder Safety
          143 Portable Space Heater Use
          148 Office Refrigerator Safe Practices
          155 Home Office Safety
          158 Prolonged Sitting


Outdoor Operations
          020 Heat Illness Awareness
          023 Eye Protection from Ultraviolet Radiation
          046 Skin Protection from Ultraviolet Radiation
          054 Cold Stress Awareness
          077 Fieldwork Safety: Poisonous Snakes
          078 Fieldwork Safety: Mountain Lions
          079 Fieldwork Safety: Lyme Disease
          080 Fieldwork Safety: Lightning
          081 Fieldwork Safety: Water
          082 Fieldwork Safety: Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome
          083 Fieldwork Safety: Rabies
          084 Fieldwork Safety: Black Bears
          085 Fieldwork Safety: West Nile Virus
          086 Fieldwork Safety: Biting and Stinging Insects
          087 Fieldwork Safety: Toxic Plants
          088 Fieldwork Safety: Fire Preventative and Defensive Measures
          089 Fieldwork Safety: Terrain



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          124 Safe Use of Conibear Traps
          125 Riding Safely on Towed Trailers
          137 Allergy Awareness
          138 Marina and Boatyards, General Safety Awareness
          139 Marina and Boatyards, Physical Hazard Awareness


Agricultural Operations
          001 Bloodborne Pathogen
          008 General Tractor Safety
          011 PTO Safety
          016 Hydraulics Safety
          022 Pinch Point Safety Hazards
          029 High-Pressure Washer Safety
          030 All-Terrain Vehicles
          031 Flail Mower/Shredder Safety
          033 Shear and Cutting Point Hazards
          040 Fence Safety
          041 Rototiller Safety
          051 Wind Machine Safety
          053 Field Sanitation Requirements
          064 Farm Machinery Hazards
          065 Top 10 Agricultural Violations Cited by Cal/OSHA
          070 Safe Operation of Hydraulic Livestock Squeeze Chutes
          071 Branding Iron Safety
          092 One-Row Potato Harvester Safety
          093 Two-Row Potato and Onion Harvester Safety
          098 Orchard-Ladder Safety
          113 Preventing Unintentional Needlesticks
          115 Working Safely with Cattle
          119 High-Pressure Irrigation System Safety
          120 Working Safely with Horses
          121 Horse Riding
          130 General Cotton Picker Safety
          131 General Cotton Harvest Safety
          133 Entry Onto Private Agricultural Properties
          146 Quarantined and Regulated Pest Permit Requirements
          156 Avoiding Stooped Posture
          157 Safe Use of Rakes and Shovels
          160 General Forklift Safety
          161 Forklift Training Requirements
          162 General Dozer Safety




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Pesticide Operations
          007 Pesticide Glove Use
          067 Selecting Appropriate Pesticide Protective Clothing
          073 Agricultural Field Worker Pesticide Training Requirements
          094 Backpack Pesticide Sprayer Safety
          095 CO2 Backpack Pesticide Sprayer Safety
          096 ATV Pesticide Sprayer Safety
          114 Basic Pesticide Exposure Awareness
          128 General Respirator Safety
          129 Supervisor Requirements for Respirator Program
          159 Pesticide Handler Decontamination Facilities
           164 ANR Experimental Pesticide Use Policy

     Pesticide Information Series (link to CA Dept. of Pesticide Regulation website)
            A1 Working Safely With Pesticides on Farms (en español)
            A2 Storing, Moving, and Disposing of Pesticides on Farms (en español)
            A3 Closed Systems, Enclosed Cabs, Water Soluble Packaging (en español)
            A4 First Aid (en español)
            A5 Protecting Yourself From Breathing Pesticides on Farms (en español)
            A7 Washing Pesticide Work Clothing (en español)
            A8 Safety Rules for Pesticide Handlers on Farms (en español)
            A9 Pesticide Safety Rules for Farmworkers (en español)
            A10 Safety Rules for Minimal Exposure Pesticides on Farms (en español)
            A11 Rules for Medical Care When Handlers Use Organophosphates and Carbamates (en español)


Laboratory Operations
          021 Material Safety Data Sheets
          038 Basic Eye Protection
          112 California Universal Waste Requirements
          056 Laboratory Accumulation of Hazardous Waste
          122 Laboratory Burner Safety
          126 Fume Hood Safety
          127 Laboratory Safety
          140 Chemical Spill Response
          152 Laboratory Mill Safety


Physical Plant Operations
          009 General Chainsaw Safety
          014 Pruning Safety
          027 Power Lawn Mower Safety
          032 Floor Buffer Safety
          035 Grass Trimmer Safety
          036 General Backhoe Safety

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          049 Propane Tank Safety
          059 Trenching and Excavation Requirements
          060 Trencher Machine Safety
          091 Brush Chipper Safety
          100 Dump Truck Safety
          142 Portable Cement Mixer Safety
          150 Grass Shearing Safety
          154 Cargo Securement Requirements


Shop Operations
          005 Table and Radial Arm Saw Safety
          012 Band Saw Safety
          013 Drill Press Safety
          015 Pedestal and Bench Grinder Safety
          017 Automotive Lift Safety
          018 General Compressed Gas Safety
          026 Lead Acid Battery Safety
          042 Airless Sprayer Safety
          043 Portable Sander Safety
          044 Miter and Chop Saw Safety
          045 Basic Gas-Welding Safety
          047 Tire Inflation and Changer Safety
          057 Repair Shop Hazardous Waste Requirements
          068 General Shop Safety
          097 Hand-Saw Safety
          099 Basic Arc-Welding Safety
          101 Metal Lathe Safety
          102 Air-Impact Wrench Safety
          103 Horizontal Saw Safety
          117 Portable Power Drill Safety
          153 Compressed Air Safety




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                                           FIRE NETS
The UC Davis Fire Department and Fire Prevention Services maintain a series of individual informational
bulletins regarding fire and life safety on campus.
Select the topic from the list below.
These bulletins are updated routinely. If you have any questions regarding the content of the Fire Nets,
please call the Fire Prevention Office at (530) 752-2059.

BUILDING INSPECTIONS
BUILDING INTERIOR/EXTERIOR FIRE SAFETY
CONSTRUCTION AND REMODEL
EMERGENCY EVACUATION PROCEDURES
FIRE APPARATUS AND PROTECTION SYSTEMS
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS
PERMIT APPLICATIONS
PLAN REVIEW
SPECIAL EVENTS
ONLINE FORMS




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