A Lead Work Plan is required when lead exposure is assumed or known to be at or above 10 micrograms of airborne lead per cubed meter during an eight-hour TWAe.
Use this form when conducting inspections of metallic lead use areas and metallic lead storage areas.
The UW Lead Safety Program Manual outlines the responsibilities of University departments, University employees and the Environmental Health & Safety Department (EH&S) to protect employees...
Post this sign in locations where metallic lead is being used.
View the list of election coordinators for each of the ten organizational health and safety committees for the current term.
Use the Spill Response Poster as a guide to clean up radiological, chemical and biohazardous spills. Post in your lab alongside the Exposure Response Poster.
The Boating Safety Presentation was presented to the U-Wide Health and Safety Committee on May 8, 2019, by Will Love.
The following presentation was presented to the U-Wide Health and Safety Committee on May 8, 2019, by Caroline Shelton.
Metal Forging in Art What is a Job Hazard Analysis (JHA)? A JHA is a method for identifying and evaluating hazards associated with tasks (steps) with a specific job or activity and eliminating or...
This focus sheet contains Environmental Health & Safety's sit-stand workstation policy for adjustable height desks as it applies to UW employees.
UW employees who service, repair or maintain equipment, machinery or systems should control hazardous energy with lockout/tagout (LOTO) practices and procedures.
# Question and Explanation (additional information for survey team members and report recipients) Reference Code Seismic 1 Are all tall bookcases,...