Description of the video:This is the chemical hygiene plan for the industrial hygiene Laboratory located at 501 North more in streets. Room 103 at Indiana University. Standards in this chemical hiding plan as required by osha occupational exposure to hazardous chemicals standard 29 CFR 19101 for 5-0. Welcome. Here are a few questions which one should be able to answer after viewing this presentation. Please take a few seconds to look over them. Industrial hygiene is the anticipation, recognition, evaluation, and control of physical, chemical, and biological hazards that may result in injury, illness, impairment, or affect the well-being of workers and harm the environment. The industrial hygiene laboratory includes a variety of equipment designed to provide data on industrial hygiene, industrial contaminants or environmental conditions that may be harmful to workers. Students are introduced to the most common types of field measurements, sampling methods, and technical equipment to conduct risk assessment and determine mitigation strategies. The industrial Heidi laboratory has created a plan to guarantee our workplace is capable of protecting employees and participants in the lab from health hazards related to hazardous chemicals in the lab. And also able to keep exposures below the permissible exposure limits or PL stated in 29 CFR 1910 subpart Z standard operating procedures. The laboratory work at the industrial hygiene lab, which includes the usage of hazards chemicals. Standard operating procedures have been addressed in order to reduce potential safety or health hazards. Included in these procedures are numerous engineering control interventions, such as a laboratory fume hood. Upkeep procedures for these engineering controls, including testing proper function of such equipment, the use of proper personal protective equipment, and upkeep and upkeep of such equipment have all been put in place. That specific procedures implemented by the industrial hygiene laboratory are as follows. Slips, trips and falls, avoiding of routine exposure, choice of chemicals, equipment and glassware. Exiting, personal housekeeping, personal protection, planning, Yusuf hood, waste disposal and storage. Working alone. Corrosive agents, laboratory equipment powered electrically, fire explosions, chemical storage, unattended operations, and vigilance. Understanding these procedures are essential to function in the lab and working safely. Contact if any substance regulated by an osha standard. Industrial hygiene laboratory makes our preliminary determination of an employee's contact with any substance regulated by osha standard, specifically 29 CFR 1910, 1-0-0, one through 29 CFR in 1910. 1-0, 5-0, which involves monitoring if there is a cost to believe exposure levels for substances habitually exceed the permissible exposure limits. If preliminary monitoring reveals employee exposure over the permissible exposure limit, monitoring shall be in accordance with the relevant osha standards. The industrial hygiene laboratory notifies employees or lab personnel of exposure monitoring results and writing either individually or by posting results in the laboratory 50 working days. After receipt of monitoring results. Control measures within the lab. Operations, which involve hazardous chemicals must be done in laboratory fume hood, which is a lab CNO brand fume hood, which will be inspected annually to ensure it meets osha standards. Where the usage of respirators, it's found to be necessary to keep exposure under under the permissible exposure limits. Suitable respiratory protection that we provided at low cost to LA participants. Respirators will be designated and used in agreement with the respiratory protection policy of Indiana University and industrial hygiene laboratory. And with recommendations in C In 29 CFR 1910134. This policy and linked documents is filed in the main office within the lap review. Suitable protective gear attuned with the compulsory greater protection for substances shall be used. Lab director, Dr. Kevin slates will advise employees or law participants on gloves, gown, eye protection, barrier creams, among other things. Permeability charts are available in the main office for review. The PPE or personal protective equipment located in cabinet one and industrial hygiene lab. And in the cabinets above the sink. Employees are participants will be instructed on the location of the iWatch stations and the safety shower. Dr. Kevin slate, the director of the lab, is responsible for this instruction. Employees or participants in lab will be trained annually or upon request on the use of fire extinguishers and fire protection systems. Fume hoods will be inspected by the IH lab director and adequate face velocity will be determined. The required phase velocity is 100. Fpm. Reports of hood inspection are filed in the main office for employees, OLAP participants to review. The above procedure applies every major category of protective equipment, such as safety showers, the iWatch stations, among others, which will be inspected and determined by university policy. Employee and participant information and training requirements. The industrial hygiene laboratory, office employees or student participants, information and training on hazardous chemicals into a work area at the time of preliminary assignment and prior to assignments, including new exposure circumstances. In order to guarantee employees and participants are alert to the hazards of chemicals existence in their immediate work surroundings. Initial training and information sessions for new employees or participants are conducted by Dr. Kevin slates or a suitable substitute. The subsequent information is given to employees as to the participants in the lab. Information with the occupational exposure to hazardous chemicals in laboratory standard 29 CFR 19101 for phi 0. The chemical hiding plant's location. The symptoms linked to have exposure to hazardous chemicals in the lab. Osha us permissible exposure limits and reference materials on the hazards in the lab, how to handle, store, and dispose of hazardous chemicals and S D S safely. In addition to the above information, employees or student participants are trained on the following. The means for determining the presence or release of hazardous chemicals in the work area. The physical, chemical, and biological properties of chemicals found in the lab, and their health hazards. The measures to protect employees from the hazards, which include standard operating procedures, work practices, emergency procedures, personal protective equipment. Following chemicals are used in the IH lab. They are acetone tallying, ammonia, isopropyl alcohol, aromatic amine cleaning solution, aliphatic amine developing solution, formaldehyde and calibrate in gas mixture. They are found in the quantities listed in the volume section. Spills. In case of a spill and following procedure should be adhered to. Firstly, you must notify the course instructor, obtain personal protective equipment and use chemical spill located near the iWatch and shower in the lab. Below images shown of the chemical spill kit and on the left and its contents underwrite medical program. The first aid kit is located at the back of the lab. Nude, I wash and shower. The industrial hygiene laboratory. Our employees are lap participants who work with hazardous chemicals. The chance to get medical attention, including any follow-up tests of the examining fit, which examining physician deemed to be important for the circumstances. Whenever ylab participant developed signs or symptoms related to a hazardous chemical to which he or she may have been exposed in the lab. The employee, given the opportunity to get appropriate medical attention. The participant cell contacted designated chemical hygiene after within the lab to initiate the medical program. When exposure monitoring reveals an exposure routinely above the permissible exposure limit or PL, for an osha regulated substance for which there are exposure monitoring and medical surrealist requirements. Medical surveillance will be established for the affected employee. Overlap participants as prescribed by the particular osha standard, namely the medical surveillance and agent exposure requirement given as 29 CFR in 1910, 1-0-0 one through 29 CFR 1910, 1-0, 5-2. Procedures for use of sharps to break and it's a method to break the ends of sovereign 2s for use with air sampling. Tube breaking. Activities should be done at the designated location in the lab. All discarded and used. Sharps was replaced in the sharps container located at the back of the lab. On the countertop. Hazard identification, the safety data sheets will be located in the hazard communication binder. The binder is located in the lab and displayed prominently labeled as S D, S. With specific respect to labels and safety data sheets, the industrial hygiene laboratory assures labels on ink. Humming. Containers are hazardous chemicals are not removed, but the face and safety data sheets that are received with incoming equipment or hazardous chemicals or maintain a readily accessible to laboratory employees or participants. The chemical substance that developed in the industrial Heidi lab. The subsequent procedures have been put in place for the circumstances including for known composition of chemical substances produce exclusively for the industrial use, which are determined to be hazards. The needed training will be provided for unknown composition of chemicals produced as a byproduct, the substances, it's assumed to be hazardous. And the appropriate standard procedures under section two of this plan are implemented for chemical substances produce for use outside of the lab. The industrial Heidi laboratory complies with the hazard communication standard 29 CFR 1910 12 0-0, which includes the requirement to prepare safety data sheets and provide labeling. Please note these two plants which your guard emergency procedures into industrial hygiene lab. And here are the questions which I initially showed you, which you should now be able to answer. Direct all additional questions to Dr. Kevin slates. Thank you and good luck.