• Proper Lab Signage (emergency contacts, PPE requirements)

  • Comments

  • Researchers wearing correct PPE

  • Comments

  • Food-related items in lab needs to be labeled as “Not for Human Consumption”

  • Comments

  • General housekeeping (lab is clean and organized)

  • Comments

  • Eye-wash area, aisles and hallways clear of chemicals and clutter

  • Comments

  • Fume hoods in good condition and no chemicals stored inside

  • Comments

  • Samples and chemicals stored correctly (secondary containment)

  • Comments

  • Samples and chemicals segregated by hazard

  • Comments

  • Samples and chemicals labeled (name, date hazards)

  • Comments

  • Waste labeled and properly stored

  • Comments

  • SDS and SOP available to group
    (ask researchers)

  • Comments

  • Specialty hazards
    (ask researchers)

  • Comments

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