Employee Lab Orientation Checklist and Training Plan
Download here.Risk Assessment Form
A prepared mind is the most important safety attitude you can have. Initial risk assessment is an integral part of experiments. The GT EHS pre-startup safety review form can help you conduct a step-by-step hazard analysis of your experiments. Download the form here.Near-miss Report
A Near Miss is an unplanned event that did not result in injury, illness, or minor damage – but had the potential to do so. Only a fortunate break in the chain of events prevented an injury, fatality or damage; in other words, a miss that was nonetheless very near. History has shown repeatedly that most loss producing events(incidents), both serious and catastrophic, were preceded by warnings or near miss incidents. Recognizing and reporting near miss incidents can significantly improve worker safety and promote an organization’s safety culture.
School of Chemistry and Biochemistry: Near-miss ReportAccident/Incident Report
It is mandatory to complete a report after an accident/incident. In addition, GT Environment Health and Safety (EHS) required that injury form be completed. The report will not only provide accurate documentation of the event, but it will also serve as a learning tool for others.Laboratory Weekly and Monthly Self-Inspection Checklist
Laboratory self inspection are required on a weekly and a monthly basis. The completed inspection sheets must be dated, signed, and filed in the green safety binders. Download the checklist here.Quarterly Laboratory Self-Inspection
Laboratory self-inspections are required by the School of Chemistry and Biochemistry on a quarterly basis.Biological Safety Inspections Form
The biological inventory form, biosafety annual checklist, biosafety new laboratory checklist, laboratory self-inspection checklist, and certification of training can be found here.Emergency Door Signage
Emergency door card used to list the contact persons and phone numbers can be downloaded here.Laboratory Safety Plan
Download template.Unattended Operations
All unattended experiments must be accurately labeled with information essential to personnel not familiar with the experiments, such as emergency responders. This information must enable people to easily assess the hazards associated with the experiments, as well as provide the contact information of the people who can provide additional information if needed.