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2 San Mateo County Community College District March 14, 2008 Facilities Excellence

3  SMCCCD’s Hazardous Communication Program  Review Responsibilities  Vice-chancellor Of Facilities Planning, Maintenance And Operations  District Safety Committee  College Safety Committees  Departments  Individual Facilities Excellence

4  District’s Commitments:  Create a Hazardous Communication Program  Provide Employee Information and Training  Require Labeling of all Hazardous Chemicals  Require Annual Hazardous Chemical Inventory  Require Acquisition of Material Safety Data Sheets  Provide Chemical Hygiene Plan Template  Document Employee Hazard Communication Training  Coordinate Hazardous Waste Disposal Facilities Excellence

5 DistrictAreaSkyline CollegeCollege of San MateoCañada College Lori AdrianSKYSherri Hancock (Chair)Jane WongRachel Corrales Rick BennettDISTLori AdrianGloria D’AmbraDanny Glass Regina BlokCAÑGeorge BuckinghamDiane MartinezLinda Hayes Eloisa BrionesSKYAmory CariadusCharles La MerePeter Katsumis Arlene CaliboDISTShelia ClaxtonRobert KowerskiVictoria Nunes Linda Da SilvaDISTBrian DanielVirgil StanfordLisli Sachs Patty Della BonaDISTJames DuncanSharon BartelsDottie Shiloh Bob DomeniciDISTDonna ElliottBryan GerbigKathy Smith Danny GlassCAÑAlice ErskineAlex Toscano Carina HassDISTJan GersondeRegina Blok Jennifer HughesCSMLinda Ghio Richard InokuchiSKYJosie Glenn Harry JoelDISTSandra Hatzistratis Peter KatsumisCAÑJudy Heldberg Phyllis Lucas-WoodsCAÑMatthew Hernandez Diane MartinezCSMRichard Inokucji José NuñezDISTNancy Lam Jan RoecksDISTJoseph Morello Leigh SataSwinertonLynn Morita Stephanie SamuelsenDIST Virgil StanfordCSM John WellsCSM

6 Cal/OSHA has promulgated a standard entitled Occupational Exposure to Hazardous Chemicals in Laboratories, 8CCR5191, which applies to all laboratories that use hazardous chemicals. It specifies that a written Chemical Hygiene Plan must be developed and implemented that includes the necessary work practices, procedures, and policies to provide that employees are protected from hazardous laboratory chemicals.8CCR5191 In an effort to comply with this regulation, SMCCCD has developed a Chemical Hygiene Plan template. Each SMCCCD College Dean, Department Head, and/or Supervisor will be responsible for customizing the Chemical Hygiene Plan to appropriately address the chemical hygiene and safety issues specific to their respective laboratory, workshop and/or studio operation including, but not limited to:  Responsibilities under the Chemical Hygiene Plan;  Site map – depicting emergency equipment and exits;  Hazardous chemical inventory – current annual;  Control measures to reduce employee exposure to hazardous chemicals;  Chemical procurement, distribution, and storage;  Material safety data sheet for each chemical in inventory  Forms. Facilities Excellence

7 Record of Hazard Communication Training San Mateo County Community College District Date: ____________ By signing below I certify that my Supervisor, ________________________, went over in detail with me the contents of the safety training checklists on Injury and Illness Prevention Program, HAZCOM, and Emergency Response. I am also certifying that my Supervisor provided me with an opportunity to ask questions during the training session and that I have a good understanding of the material presented. Name of Employee: __________________________ Employee's Signature: ________________________ Supervisor's Signature: ________________________ Facilities Excellence

8 Introduction  The San Mateo County Community College District (herein “SMCCCD” or “District”) has established a Hazard Communication Program (HAZCOM) Program.  The District’s HAZCOM Program, requires department-specific Chemical Hygiene Plans for each laboratory, workshop, and studio where hazardous chemicals are used or stored, in compliance with the California Occupational Safety and Health Administration (Cal/OSHA) Hazard Communication Standard (California Code of Regulations, Title 8, Section 5194). Responsibilities For The Chemical Hygiene Plan  This document is a summary of the main requirements of an SMCCCD Chemical Hygiene Plan, the individuals responsible for these requirements, and the specific procedures necessary to comply with District policies and Cal-OSHA standards. This document is to be used in conjunction with the SMCCCD HAZCOM Program document that explains these requirements in additional detail. Facilities Excellence

9 Hazard Communication Plan Table 2-4 College of San Mateo Facilities Excellence

10 Dept, School, Division, Group, or Unit Biology Preparation Date July 30, 2007 Responsible Supervisor: (First and Last Name) Charlene Frontiera Job Title or Position Dean of Math/ Science Location: Campus, Bldg, room no. San Mateo, Bldg 36, Room 311 650-574-6268 Page 1 INSERT: Who is responsible? In accordance with the Cal-OSHA Hazard Communication Standard and SMCCCD procedures, the following Chemical Hygiene Plan has been developed for: The Dean, Department Head, and Supervisor are responsible for providing that each department-specific Chemical Hygiene Plan is complete and is understood and followed by the employees under their supervision. Facilities Excellence

11 Page 1 INSERT: Where is copy of HAZCOM and Chemical Hygiene Plan accessible to employees? A copy of the SMCCCD HAZCOM Program and this department-specific Chemical Hygiene Plan are accessible to employees in the following locations: Office of the Dean of Math/ Science, Bldg 36, Room 311 Chemistry Stock Room, Bldg 36, Room 304 While the Dean, Department Head, or Supervisor is responsible for implementing each of the elements described within this Chemical Hygiene Plan, it is permissible to delegate some tasks to other capable employees (e.g. designee), provided the roles are clearly documented and understood. Facilities Excellence

12  Page 2 INSERT: Who provides employee training? The Dean, Department Head, Supervisor, or designee is responsible for providing that each employee receive the appropriate HAZCOM training, including both general and department-specific training. Refer to the SMCCCD HAZCOM Program document for a description of the required content of department-specific training. Training records, such as training sign-in sheets or course certificates, must be maintained by the Dean, Department Head, Supervisor, or designee, as well as, documentation of the content of department-specific HAZCOM training. Employees receiving department-specific HAZCOM training: 1. New employees (new hires and newly assigned employees). 2. All employees when a new hazardous chemical or non-routine hazard is introduced, or when significant new hazard information is learned about existing chemicals. Facilities Excellence

13  LABELS  Labels provide an immediate warning of the hazards to which employees may be exposed and provide a link to more detailed information (i.e. MSDS). The Dean, Department Head, Supervisor, or designee will provide that every container entering the laboratory, workshop, and studio has the required label affixed to the container.  If a chemical is transferred to another container, then the new or secondary container must be labeled, as well. The label on the secondary container must contain the same information required for the label on the original or primary container. Refer to the SMCCCD HAZCOM Program document for details about what information must be on a label, as well as, suggested methods for labeling secondary containers.  It is not necessary to label the secondary container if the employee who performs the transfer is the only person who uses the entire chemical from the new container, during a single work shift. Labels: The following employee (s) are responsible for providing all containers of hazardous chemicals with appropriate original or secondary labels. Lubomir Avgarski, Chemistry Technician Facilities Excellence

14 Page 3 INSERT who is responsible for Hazardous Chemical Inventory and where available? The Dean, Department Head, Supervisor, or designee is responsible for identifying and listing all hazardous chemicals in the Hazard Chemical Inventory (HCI) that are stored, used or generated in their laboratory, workshop, and studio. Appendix C presents the HCI. Hazard Chemical Inventory: The following employee(s) are responsible for maintaining the HCI for the Biology Department: Lubomir Avgarski, Chemistry Technician A copy of the Hazard Chemical Inventory is accessible to employees in the following locations (Appendix C of this Chemical Hygiene Plan): Office of the Dean of Math/ Science, Bldg 36, Room 311 Chemistry Stock Room, Bldg 36, Room 304 Facilities Excellence

15 Page 4 INSERT: Who is responsible for Material Safety Data Sheets and where available? The Dean, Department Head, Supervisor, or designee will provide that all MSDSs are available for every hazardous chemical used in each Department laboratory, workshop, and studio and are available to employees on all work shifts. Appendix D provides the current MSDSs. MSDS: The following employee/s are responsible for obtaining and maintaining MSDSs Lubomir Avgarski, Chemistry Technician The Dean, Department Head, Supervisor, or designee will determine the method used to organize, store, and maintain the MSDSs as described below. Refer to the SMCCCD HAZCOM Program for details of MSDS accessibility requirements. MSDS files will be accessed in the following format and location (s): Hard copy (Appendix D of this Chemical Hygiene Plan): (e.g. building, room, binder or file cabinet, etc. ) Office of the Dean of Math/ Science, Bldg 36, Room 311 Chemistry Stock Room, Bldg 36, Room 304 Electronic copy: (building, room, computer, file name, computer access if required, etc.) Office of Department Head of Chemistry, Biology, Physical Science and Nursing, Bldg 36, Room 311 Facilities Excellence

16 Recordkeeping The following employee (s) are responsible for maintaining records: Charlene Frontiera, Office of the Dean of Math/ Science Lubomir Avgarski, Chemistry Technician Required Records are kept in the following location(s): Training Records: Office of the Dean of Math/ Science, Bldg 36, Room 311 Old Chemical Inventories: Chemistry Stock Room, Bldg 36, Room 304 Old MSDS: Chemistry Stock Room, Bldg 36, Room 304 WORKING WITH CONTRACTORS RECORDKEEPING The Department must develop a plan to provide the continuity of all recordkeeping when a Supervisor leaves or is reassigned. Training Records: Records of general and department-specific Chemical Hygiene Plan will be maintained by the Dean, Department Head, Supervisor, or designee. Records will be readily available for inspection by SMCCCD or Cal-OSHA representatives. Facilities Excellence

17  Do’s  Don’ts  Hazardous Materials  Material Safety Data Sheets  Laboratory, Workshop or Studio Safety  General Safety Rules  Hazardous Chemical Waste Disposal  Collection and Segregation  Identification and Labeling  Transferring Facilities Excellence Slide 1

18  Fires and Explosions  Provisions for Medical Evaluation Consultation  Record Keeping  Employee Information and Training  Information  Training Facilities Excellence

19  Engineering Controls and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)  Emergency Procedures – Chemical Spills or Releases  Summary of Procedures  Accident and Emergency Reporting Facilities Excellence

20  ACTION ITEMS:  Hazardous Chemical Waste Disposal  Item B 1. Note collection station for waste solvents  Emergency Procedures - Chemical Spills or Releases  Item D 4. Note who to call in the event of a chemical spill  Item G. Note Campus Facilities Manager  Danny Glass – Canada  Diane Martinez – CSM  Richard Inokuchi – Skyline Facilities Excellence

21  Summary of Procedures  Item 4 Enter “Office of ?  Item 6 Enter “Office of ?  Add “Office of ?  And after hours/weekend info Facilities Excellence

22  Recommended Department Specific General Safety Dos and Don’ts General Chemical Safety Control Measures Facilities Excellence

23 General Protective Equipment Performance  Eye & Face Protection  Other Protective Clothing  Gloves  Fire Extinguishers  Eyewash & Safety Showers  Fire Blankets & First Aid Kits  Department Policy & Responsibility Facilities Excellence

24  ACTION ITEM: Items 1 – 38 Department should revise these General Requirements as appropriate Facilities Excellence

25  Hazardous Chemical Inventories  Transporting Hazardous Chemicals  Labeling Chemicals  Labeling of Hazardous Chemicals  Labeling Requirements  Purchasing Chemicals  General Storage Guidelines  Secondary Containment Facilities Excellence

26  Compatibility of Stored Chemicals  General Guidelines  Storage of Specific Classes of Chemicals  Flammable Liquid Storage  Definitions  General Guidelines Facilities Excellence

27  Conditions for Storage & Use of Flammable Chemicals  General Guidelines  Glass Containers  Metal Containers  Storage Volume  Flammable Liquid Storage Cabinets Facilities Excellence

28  Storage of Corrosive Chemicals  General Guidelines  Storage & Handling of Compressed Gasses  General Guidelines  Secure Gas Cylinders to Prevent them from Falling Over Facilities Excellence

29  ACTION ITEMS: Awareness of Procurement Awareness of Distribution Awareness of Storage Awareness of Inventories Methods of Transporting Ensure Proper Labeling Facilities Excellence

30 Action LevelLaboratory Scale Chemical Hygiene OfficeLaboratory-type Hood Chemical Hygiene PlanLaboratory Use of Hazardous Chemical Combustible LiquidMedical Consultation Compressed GasOrganic Peroxide Designated AreaOxidizer EmergencyPhysical Hazard EmployeeProtective Laboratory Practices & Equipment ExplosiveReproductive Toxins FlammableSelect Carcinogen FlashpointUnstable (Reactive) Hazardous ChemicalWater-Reactive Laboratory

31 CChemical Toxicology DDose-Response Relationships RRoutes of Entry Into the Body TTypes of Effects AAcute Poisoning CChronic Poisoning LLocal SSystemic CCumulative Poisons SSubstances in Combination Facilities Excellence

32 OOther Factors Affecting Toxicity PPhysical Classifications of Toxic Materials GGas ▪ Solubility VVapor▪ Aerosol Physiological Classifications of Toxic Materials ▪ Irritants▪ Asphyxiates ▪ Primary Irritant▪ Primary Anesthetics ▪ Secondary Irritants▪ Hepatotoxic Agents ▪ Corrosives▪ Nephrotoxic Agents Facilities Excellence

33  Neurotoxic Agents  Some Toxic Agents Act on Blood  Toxic Agents that Damage Pulmonary Tissue  Carcinogen  Mutagen  Teratogen  Sensitizer  Target Organ Effects ▪ Hepatotoxics▪ Pulmonary Agents ▪ Nephrotoxics▪ Reproductive Toxins ▪ Neurotoxins▪ Skin Hazards ▪ Hematopoietic▪ Eye Hazards Facilities Excellence

34 State of California Environmental Protection Agency Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment Safe Drinking Water & Toxic Enforcement Act of 1986 Facilities Excellence

35 SMCCCD would like to eliminate or at least minimize the use of chemicals listed in this section. Facilities Excellence












47 OSHA Requirements Road to success: Storage. Training Labeling. Record Keeping MSDS. Current Inventories Floor Plans Recommendations:  Dispose of any chemicals not needed  Do not accept donated chemicals Facilities Excellence

48 Questions and Answers Facilities Excellence

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