Extension Cords are a Serious Fire Safety Issue
Extension cords are only to be used on a temporary basis. Recent events have prompted the EHS Director to remind the Campus Community about proper use of extension cords (see memo at link below.) Both the Fire Code and the Electrial Code allow for extension cords in specific circumstances. Any extension cord showing any damage or wear should be removed/replaced immediately. To learn more about extension cord hazards, what actions you can take when you find these hazards, and to help you understand the limitations of extension cords, please contact the Department of Environmental Health and Safety at 898-5126.
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Appropriate Protective Footwear
Protective footwear is the term which OSHA typically uses to describe footwear that is required above normal everyday footwear to protect employees against hazardous conditions.
GHS HazCom Deadline Approaching
Recently, there was a significant change in OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard. The updated standard is commonly referred to as GHS HazCom.
Appropriate Daily Attire for Science Lab Areas
Although the University environment is often considered a casual working environment, there is a minimum level of daily attire that is appropriate for many areas at the University.
Appropriate Daily Attire for Trades, Shops, Custodial . .
With the coming change in the weather it is appropriate to remind the Campus that while the weather will soon be nice, there is a minimum level of work clothing that is appropriate for many jobs performed at the University.
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