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       Department Safety Coordinator - Paul Bower   WTHR 173    (765) 494-5472

                                                                                      pbower@purdue.edu

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General Safety Rules, plus legal requirements for storage, handling, and waste procedures for:

  • Chemicals, Chemical Hygeine Plan (CHP), HazCom, Waste accumulation and disposal
  • Biologicals, Biosafety, Bloodborne Pathogens, Bio-waste procudures
  • Radioisotopes, purchasing and waste disposal, also ionizing radiation producing devices, Xrays, lasers, magnets..

INJURIES! Where Do I Go? Click HERE for Information on Injuries.

Here is our Chemistry Department Guide for Medical Emergencies (includes MAP!): Medical Emergencies

Information and safety policies regarding:

Dates to Remember

  • Safety Training Renewals: May 1- May 31
  • CFATS Chemicals Reporting - due mid-May
  • REM Safety Inspection of Department - June
  • Self-Audits: October 1- October 22

The Scientific Method

  • Theory - Defining the Scope of Research
  • Prediction - Identifying and Evaluating Hazards
  • Experiment - Performing the Work using the Defined Controls
  • Observation - Identifying Lessons to be Learned

Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN 47907 (765) 494-4600

Department of Chemistry, 560 Oval Drive, West Lafayette, Indiana 47907-2084 | Telephone: (765) 494-5200 | Fax: (765) 494-0239

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