Tag Archives: Chemical Safety History

25 Years of the OSHA Lab Standard

Lab Safety 25 Years after Promulgation of the OSHA Laboratory Standard

P. A. Reinhardt, Organizer
L. DeBerardinis, Organizer, Presiding
OSHA Wordle
University laboratory safety in 2015: Was it the lab standard or what? G. Hall
Enhancing safety culture through collaborative development of laboratory specific chemical hygiene plan (LSCHP) and Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) T. Chandra
What constitutes a laboratory? Princeton laboratory safety programs today and beyond. R. Izzo
From accident analysis to accident prevention at UCLA C.A. Merlic, I. Schroeder
Impact of the OSHA Laboratory Standard on basic laboratory safety education for undergraduates. R.H. Hill
Where are we with lab safety education: Who, what, when, where, and how? K.P. Fivizzani
Should science departments have their own safety departments? An assessment of a centralized approach. K.S. Hylton

Reflections of an OSHA regulator on the Laboratory Standard. F. Malaby
Meandering towards OSHA’s lab standard compliance. M.D. Finucane
Compliance does not mean Safe M.E. Mulcahy
Developing a model for chemical safety literacy in the lab. R. Stuart
Chemical hygiene plans: The vision and the reality. M. Weil, C. Pires, N. Kielbania
DOE Energy Innovation Hub’s effort to influence laboratory safety among its funded researchers  S. Rupkey, D. Hodge
Engaging 600 research groups. S. Tumidajski