Our goal is to support OHSU's mission and to protect the environment and health of employees, staff and visitors.
This document provides classifications of chemical spills and general spill response procedures for the Central and Waterfront Campus.
This document provides classifications of chemical spills and general spill response procedures for West Campus.
This guideline discusses some of the compatible storage schemes that may be used so that chemicals of different hazard classifications can be safely stored together. The (Material) Safety Data Sheet from the manufacturer should be consulted as a primary reference for storage guidance for that material.
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This information applies to use and ventilation of cabinets used for storage of flammable and combustible liquids, including cabinets under fume hoods, and in rooms where greater than 10 gallons of flammable/combustible liquids are stored.
This guidance applies to the safe use of pyrophoric reagents at OHSU. Due to the hazardous nature of pyrophoric chemicals, it is highly recommended that all users read this guidance carefully and completely before any procedures take place.
Know the requirements and standards for working with or around hazardous materials and/or chemicals. The link above also includes requirements for Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS).
This link details procedures for managing hazardous materials and wastes at OHSU.
This guidance document provides information and recommended controls for the use of nanomaterials in research.
Please refer to this list if ever in doubt.
This tool should be used in conjunction with specific storage conditions taken from the manufacturer's label and MSDS.
This guidance document provides information and precautions to take while working with/around reproductive hazards in the laboratory environment.
This diagram applies to Marquam Hill primarily.