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OSHA Lab Standard
OSHA requires most labs to have a chemical hygiene officer (CHO) and a written chemical hygiene plan (CHP). The twelve sections of the standard are explained with examples drawn from successful programs. You’ll have a much better idea of how to be an effective CHO and what belongs in a good CHP.
LSI has been collecting anecdotal accounts of lab accidents for 35 years. In this section we share some stories. They are powerful examples, make lasting impressions, and serve as a graphic reminder. The stories have been published in our series, Learning By Accidents Volume 1 & 2. Please send us your account of the most serious lab accident you recall.
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