Health & Safety Programs

January 2010

Chemical Inventory Update: Fairchild Science Building

Updates for the Fairchild Science Building (07-520) are due by March 15, 2010.

Stanford policy requires labs to:
- add chemicals that are not currently in the inventory system
- delete items that are no longer in the lab and no longer in use
- adjust quantities of inventory items if ongoing changes have been made
- include all compressed gas cylinders and bleach (both often overlooked)

All chemical inventories need to be updated ONLINE using Chemtracker v1. Upon request, EH&S can provide current inventory summaries for your overall review. Contact Debbie Amoroso (debbiel@stanford.edu) for printouts, questions on accessing the system or for a username/password.

The Chemical Inventory Update is an annual process where labs review and update information in the ChemTracker database; the University uses this information as part of the Hazardous Materials Management Plan (HMMP) submitted to regulatory and response agencies.

SC County Medical Waste Inspection: 2/18/10

Santa Clara County will conduct their annual MEDICAL WASTE INSPECTION on Thursday, February 18th. The Medical School buildings include the Clark Center, Fairchild Science Building and Hagey Laboratory for Pediatric Regenerative Medicine.

Medical Waste Equals Red Bags plus Sharps

Please review the information at the following links:

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