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1 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Lab-specific Training Template For the EHS Representative Role

2 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Lab Trainer Notes: READ ME FIRST! START HERE: o Step 1: While this template has 50+ slides, remember: o - You will NOT need them all. o Step 2: Save a copy of this template prior to making edits. Youll be glad you did. Someday… o Step 3: Delete any slides you do not need. So if your lab does not use Nanotechnology, delete slides 50 to 52 now! The goal was a template ANY lab could use. Check it out. And delete what you dont need!

3 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Lab Trainer Notes (Contd.) View the tips in the notes section on each slide They will help you improve the quality of your training You do not need to use EVERY slide on this template! The slides are here to give you ideas and options Discard what you do not need You do not need to use the exact words either! It is sample data which may not apply to your lab Word the slides in a way that works best for your lab! Questions??? Call (617)

4 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Lab Trainer Notes: Slide Templates There are several slide templates available Right-click any slide INSIDE any margin Do not select inside a text box or picture Choose Layout (See picture) and pick a template

5 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here ABC Lab-specific Training Matthew Smith Andy Doe December 21, 2012

6 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Overview Introduction Module 1: Safety Equipment Location Module 2: Emergency Information/Response Module 3: Lab Hazards Module 4: Lab Resources Module 5: Lab Inspection Process Module 6: Lab-specific Rules (Integrate practices throughout; our chem storage; our xxx; etc.) Module 7: Miscellaneous Summary

7 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Introduction EHS Representative Role

8 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here EHS Representative Role o Your Friendly EHS Reps! Serve as liaison between researchers and EHS staff EHS information source Ensure proper procedures are in use Aware of chemicals and potential hazards in lab Meet Matthew Smith (617) Meet Andy Jones (617)

9 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here EHS Training Needs (TNI) Complete the TRAINING NEEDS ASSESSMENT (TNI)TRAINING NEEDS ASSESSMENT Due Date: XX/XX/XX General training Managing hazardous waste Chemical hygiene plan Specific training needs Visit the MIT Learning CenterMIT Learning Center For all your training courses eLearning Classroom Complete all experiment- related safety training BEFORE STARTING EXPERIMENTS! Update PIs and/or supervisors according to the laboratories in which you are working Check which training you should take in My EHS Training-Summary Page

10 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Module 1: Safety Equipment Location

11 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Eyewash/Emergency Shower o Emergency shower next to main entrance door Eyewash station adjacent to sink

12 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Wearing additional PPE is highly recommended under certain conditions: Chance of splash Large quantities Highly toxic materials Additional PPE includes: (d) Chemical resistant apron (e) Face shield (f) Trionic and/or SilverShield ??? gloves (g) Oversleeves Required when working with toxic chemicals: (a) Safety glasses (b) Lab coat (c) Gloves

13 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Required when working with toxic chemicals: (a) Safety glasses (b) Lab coat (c) Gloves Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

14 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Wearing additional PPE is highly recommended under certain conditions: Chance of splash Large quantities Highly toxic materials Required when working with toxic chemicals: (a) Safety glasses (b) Lab coat (c) Gloves

15 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Wearing additional PPE is highly recommended under certain conditions: Chance of splash Large quantities Highly toxic materials Additional PPE includes: (d) Chemical resistant apron (e) Face shield (f) Trionic and/or SilverShield ??? gloves (g) Oversleeves Required when working with toxic chemicals: (a) Safety glasses (b) Lab coat (c) Gloves

16 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Lab Attire and Fume Hoods Lab Attire No open-toed shoes or shorts when working with chemicals Remove gloves before handling keyboards, phones, doorknobs Lab coats required when working with hazardous materials Fume Hoods Clean up after yourself! We share the hood space! Put chemicals/items away when finished using hood Clean hoods contain vapors better than dirty ones Work at least 6 inches back in the hood with the sash as low as possible! Lower the sash when you finish your work (better containment, saves energy).

17 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Electrical Safety & Fire Extinguishers Electrical Safety Keep cords off the floor to avoid accidents Do not use extension chords or power strips Reduces tripping hazards Reduces risk of fire or electrocution from water on the floor Fire Extinguishers, Pull Stations, etc. Placeholder for pictures and information of how your lab handles it Pull stations and locations

18 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Complete needed safety training Wear proper eye protection Do not enter laser bay without trained user present Users: make sure laser light is on when laser is in use Lasers

19 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Module 2: Emergency Information/Response

20 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here MIT Campus Emergencies: On-call 24/7: Police Ambulance Fire First-aid Dean Etc. o In an Emergency: Dial 100 from any campus phone Dial (617) from any other phone Do NOT dial 911 Emergency information line Provides status of emergencies (617) Other: Sign up for MIT alerts (http://emergency.mit.net/mitalert/)http://emergency.mit.net/mitalert/ Review Red Flip Chart (Picture on next slide.) Review Green Card, Etc.

21 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here o MIT Medical 24-hour urgent care: Dial from any campus phone directory/services/emer gency_care.html directory/services/emer gency_care.html Dial (617) from any other phone MIT Campus Emergencies (Contd.) o More information is available from the MIT emergency response guide

22 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Emergency Meeting Location o Presidents Garden Courtyard between buildings 10, 11, and 13

23 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Monitors, Alarms, & Security Info. Gas Monitor/Alarm What to do Equipment Monitor/Alarm What to do Security Information Theft Intruder Etc.

24 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Module 3: Lab Hazards

25 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Chemicals Overview o Complete related safety trainings EHS 501 yearly EHS 100 (General Chemical Hygiene) one time only If you will be generating hazardous waste, must have EHS 501: Managing Hazardous Waste o Review MSDS before working with a chemical o Store incompatible chemicals in separate containers https://ehs.mit.edu/site/sites/default/files/sop_0023_0.pdf o Store hazardous chemicals in appropriately designated areas (i.e., flammables cabinet, acids cabinet, etc.)

26 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Chemical Labeling All chemical containers must be labeled so everyone in the lab knows the contents Put your name/initials on containers you alone use Chemical containers should be capped appropriately to prevent evaporation

27 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here o Wear proper PPE Wear lab coat, safety glasses, and gloves when working with hazardous chemicals No open-toed shoes or shorts! Remove gloves before handling keyboards, phones, doorknobs o MSDSs available: On-line Printable in the lab Chemical Use and Safety

28 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Chemical Waste

29 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Waste Pick-up Chemical Waste Requesting hazardous waste collection form: nt/chemical-waste-collection- form nt/chemical-waste-collection- form General information on proper management and disposal of chemical waste: Biological Waste Detailed Information: content/biologically- contaminated-waste-0 content/biologically- contaminated-waste-0 Order signs and stickers at the following link: content/signs-stickers content/signs-stickers

30 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Incident Reports o Anything and Everything Including injuries and near misses Tell your supervisor o What do you do? Before During After

31 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Incidents: Chemical Contaminations Immediately wash contaminated areas with the safety shower or eye wash if your body is contaminated by toxic chemicals Contact MIT medical as soon as possible Notify the PI and Lab EHS Representative

32 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Incidents: Spills Spill kit in room XXX Toxic chemical spill should be absorbed with the spill kit Spill kits located in room XXX Individually bagged kit absorbs up to 5 gallons of acids, bases and unknown liquids Absorbents are specially treated to absorb chemicals quickly, including higher concentrations of corrosive liquids such as 98 percent sulfuric acid and 30 percent sodium hydroxide

33 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Gas Cylinders o Secure with strap (1/2 to 2/3 of the way up) o Use correct regulator and gauge o Always wear safety glasses when working with compressed gases or cryogenics Example: liquid nitrogen o Gas cylinders should be returned to (Suppliers name; e.g. Airgas)

34 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Looking for detailed information about safety, training, and waste? Visit the MIT EHS homepage:

35 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Module 4: Lab Resources

36 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Chemical Hygiene Plan Review and understand the plan [PDF]: https://thisisafakelink.com Fill out the mechanical engineering CHP form after reading the plan You are required to sign it before conducting chemical experiments

37 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here MSDS, SOPs, and Important Links MSDS MSDS links here SOP SOP links here Important Links: Home Page Wikis MIT Home Page Etc.

38 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Chemical Inventory o Update IMMEDIATELY upon: Receipt of a chemical Whenever any change of your chemical occurs o Include your name as owner of chemical When finished, note date empty but DO NOT ERASE entry Example 1: Use a Google doc…

39 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Chemical Inventory (Contd.) o Add the information of all chemicals that you bought and have used to the inventory sheet You should update the column change when you use the chemicals Check the column MSDS after filing MSDSs of your chemicals Example 2: Use a MS Excel workbook… s

40 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Maintenance, Housekeeping, Shop, etc. Maintenance and Housekeeping Maintenance Housekeeping Repairs Etc. o Shop Information Supervisors Shop Training Machine Shop Safety Video Contest Machine Shop Safety Video Contest Video 1 Video 2 Introduction to MIT Shop Safety Rules eLearning course Introduction to MIT Shop Safety Rules eLearning course MIT Certificate needed

41 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here o Dont work alone on hazardous shop equipment o Only use tools you have been trained on and have experience using them o Always wear safety glasses when using shop tools Shop Tools

42 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Module 5: Lab Inspection Process

43 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Level 1, Level 2, and Other Findings o Level 1: Findings are completed by EHS Reps weekly Results go in this section o Level 2: Findings completed 2X/year: Coordinator EHS Staff EHS Reps Results go in this section Other Inspections: Examples: DCM MDEP Regulatory Etc. Results go in this section

44 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Module 6: Lab-specific Rules

45 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Lab Protocol o NO FOOD OR DRINK IN LAB! Register with Matthew as a lab user Advise EHS representative if outside user is going to use the facility o Proper PPE must be worn when hazardous substances or tools are in use Lasers, chemicals, high voltage systems o Maintain your work area! Weekly cleaning o Do not dispose of hazardous substances or solvents down drain o Dont work alone without having the Hazardous Mitigation Discussion with your PI first.

46 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Ordering Chemicals and Supplies o Lab-specific instructions go here LEMI Example: Check the inventory before ordering anything Obtain an MSDS and review proper practices with the lab group prior to ordering anything new to for the lab It may be advisable to contact the MechE EHS Coordinator for a review for especially toxic, corrosive or reactive chemicals

47 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Ordering Chemicals and Supplies File Materials Safety Data Sheets of your chemicals into the MSDS file Put them in the MSDS in Notebooks More information about chemical safety and MSDSs at: ntent/msds-and-chemical- safety-information-0 ntent/msds-and-chemical- safety-information-0

48 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Chemical Storage (LMDI) Incompatible chemicals (acids and bases, or acids and flammables) cannot be stored together Acids and flammable liquids stored in separate cabinets underneath hood: Bases stored in separate blue storage cabinet:

49 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Chemical Storage (Contd.) Incompatible chemicals (acids and bases, or acids and flammables) cannot be stored together Acids and flammable liquids arestored in separate cabinets underneath the hood: Bases stored in separate blue storage cabinet: Chemical bottles can only be stored on the floor if they are in secondary containers:

50 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Nano-enclosure Use o All nanoparticles should be weighed in the nano-enclosure. Check the flow rate before using the nano enclosure The green lights and the Airflow safe message will appear on the display panel of the enclosure (FlowTech alarm) if the flow rate is sufficient The FlowTech alarm is specifically designed to provide warning in the event of an airflow failure.

51 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Nano-enclosure Use (Contd.) Do not use the enclosure if the flow rate is insufficient Notify your safety representative Take care not to scatter nanoparticles out of the enclosure while weighing Keep bottles and experiments well inside the entrance of the enclosure Clean the inside of the enclosure and the balance with wipes after weighing

52 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Nano-enclosure Use (Contd.) The wipes and sample dishes should be disposed of into the waste bag directly connected to the side of the enclosure Do not pull out the wipes and dishes out of the enclosure When the waste bag is full, carefully seal the mouth and put it into the wipe waste container and replace it with a new one Do not turn off the enclosure even when it is not in use o Waste bag of the nano enclosure

53 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Lab Clean-up o You are responsible for your space! o Weekly cleaning assignments https://web.mit.edu/rklocker/internal/ Only required to note problem areas, not clean yourself

54 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Kitchen Cleanliness o Please clean up after your own mess! o Group Jobs Weekly cleaning as part of lab cleaning responsibilities https://web.mit.edu/rklocker/internal/

55 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Module 7: Miscellaneous

56 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Misc…

57 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Trainer Contact Information Lead Coordinator Contacts: contacts contacts EHS Training Design Questions: o

58 DLC Name Goes Here (Master Slide 1) DLC Logo Goes Here Summary… If you do not know, ASK!


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