The college is committed to safely managing biological and chemical agents, whether in the laboratory or other parts of the campus.
Employees with potential exposure to human blood or other bodily fluids must receive bloodborne pathogen training prior to beginning work.
In order to effectively maintain proper indoor air quality, it is important to inform employees and students of their respective roles and responsibilities in the recognition, prevention, remediation and documentation of mold and other factors that affect indoor air quality.
The hazard communication standard was created to protect employees from the dangers associated with hazardous chemicals outside of the laboratory.
The Environmental, Health and Safety Office sets high laboratory safety standards that are designed to educate and protect personnel from chemical and biological hazards associated with a laboratory environment.