Health & Safety Programs

Chemical Inventory Updates

Chemical Inventory Update: Clark Center

Updates for the Clark Center (07-340) are due by April 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.

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.

Chemical Inventory Update: Grant, Alway and Lane Buildings

Updates for the Grant (07-306), Alway (07-307) and Lane Buildings (07-308) are due by July 10, 2009.

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 Julie Wang (qlwang@stanford.edu) for printouts, questions on accessing the system or for a username/password.

https://chemtracker.stanford.edu/stanford/

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.

Chemical Inventory Update: Hagey (PSRL) Building

Updates for the 701B Welch, 800 Welch and the Hagey Pediatric Surgical Research Labs (07-550) are due by June 10, 2009.

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 Shelly Navarro (shellyn@stanford.edu) for printouts, questions on accessing the system or for a username/password.

https://chemtracker.stanford.edu/stanford/

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.

Chemical Inventory Update: 701B Welch, 800 Welch, Edwards

Updates for the 701B Welch, 800 Welch and the E.D. Stone Edwards Building are due by May 10, 2009.

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 Shelly Navarro (shellyn@stanford.edu) for printouts, questions on accessing the system or for a username/password.

https://chemtracker.stanford.edu/stanford/

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.

Chemical Inventory Update: Clark

Updates for the Clark Center is due by April 10, 2009.

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 Shelly Navarro (shellyn@stanford.edu) for printouts, questions on accessing the system or for a username/password.

https://chemtracker.stanford.edu/stanford/

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.

Chemical Inventory Update: Fairchild

Updates for the Fairchild Science Building is due by March 10, 2009.

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 Shelly Navarro (shellyn@stanford.edu) for printouts, questions on accessing the system or for a username/password.

https://chemtracker.stanford.edu/stanford/

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.

Chemical Inventory Update:
Grant, Alway and Lane

Updates for the Grant (07-306), Alway (07-307) and Lane (07-308) buildings are due by July 10, 2008.

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 Shelly Navarro (shellyn@stanford.edu) for printouts, questions on accessing the system or for a username/password.

      https://chemtracker.stanford.edu/stanford/

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.

Chemical Inventory Update:
Hagey Lab (PSRL)

Updates for the Hagey Laboratory for Pediatric Regenerative Medicine (07-550) is due by June 10, 2008.

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 Shelly Navarro (shellyn@stanford.edu) for printouts, questions on accessing the system or for a username/password.

      https://chemtracker.stanford.edu/stanford/

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.

Chemical Inventory Update:
Edwards, 701B and 800 Welch

Updates for the Edwards Building (07-309), 701B Welch and 800 Welch Road are due at the beginning of May.

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 Shelly Navarro (shellyn@stanford.edu) for printouts, questions on accessing the system or for a username/password.
https://chemtracker.stanford.edu/stanford/

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.

Chemical Inventory Update:
Clark and Beckman

Updates for the Clark Center (07-340) and Beckman Center (07-530) are due at the beginning of April.

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 Shelly Navarro (shellyn@stanford.edu) for printouts, questions on accessing the system or for a username/password.
https://chemtracker.stanford.edu/stanford/

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.

Chemical Inventory Update:
Fairchild & RAF

Updates for the Fairchild Science Building (07-520) and RAF Facility are due at the beginning of March.

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 Shelly Navarro (shellyn@stanford.edu) for printouts, questions on accessing the system or for a username/password.
https://chemtracker.stanford.edu/stanford/

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.

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