Health & Safety Programs

Quarterly Lab & Shop Self-Inspections

>

To fulfill requirements contained in the California Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP), ALL faculty, staff and students are required to complete the General Safety & Emergency Preparedness course in STARS, and each department or division in the School of Medicine is required to self-inspect work areas, document the results, make necessary corrections, and maintain records for completing the process.

A self-inspection is a walk-through of your areas by you or someone in your department with the objective of identifying any unsafe conditions. The inspection should cover every area that is occupied or used by members of your department on a regular basis. This includes but is not limited to offices, laboratories and common rooms.

  2013
Quarter Ends
Form
Summary
  Quarter 1 3/31/13 Laboratory Inspection Checklist
Lab Checklist PDF Gencheck MS Word Version
  Quarter 1 3/31/13 Shop Area Inspection Checklist
Shop Checklist PDF
  Quarter 2 6/30/13 Laboratory Inspection Checklist
  Quarter 2 3/31/13 Shop Area Inspection Checklist
Shop Checklist PDF
  Quarter 3 9/30/13 General Workplace Inspection Checklist
Gencheck MS Word Versionpdf icon
ms word icon pdf icon
  Quarter 3 9/30/13 Laboratory Inspection Checklist
Lab Checklist PDF Gencheck MS Word Version
  Quarter 3 9/30/13 Shop Area Inspection Checklist
Shop Checklist PDF
  Quarter 4 12/31/13 Laboratory Inspection Checklist
Lab Checklist PDF Gencheck MS Word Version
  Quarter 4 12/31/13 Shop Area Inspection Checklist
Shop Checklist PDF

All work areas should complete the appropriate Self-Inspection Checklist by the due date; a detailed schedule and expectations are available online. The completed form(s) are maintained by the department Health and Safety Contact (HSC). A single summary form is returned to our office stating that the process has been completed. Completed checklists and a record of the actions taken to correct identified unsafe conditions are kept on file by the department for three years (Santa Clara County and Cal/OSHA requirements).

 

Last update 11/30/13 @ 12:54

Stanford Medicine Resources:

Footer Links: