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Lab Exit/Renovation/Decommissioning Unused/Excess Chemicals or Research Samples Checklist Mobile App

Chemical, biological and radioactive materials are used and stored within designated areas for teaching and research purposes throughout a University. These designated areas can become contaminated with residues over a period of time and use. Contamination typically results from spills, splashes, failed containers, uncontrolled chemical reactions, storage of incompatible chemicals next to each other and simply using the areas for their intended purposes. If a laboratory has unused or excess chemicals use the Lab Exit/Renovation/Decommissioning Unused/Excess Chemicals or Research Samples Checklist mobile app. mobile app. The form can be completed using a Smartphone or tablet. The app create a PDF that is easily shared and stored for your records.

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    Have the following areas been checked for chemicals/samples: fume hoods, cabinets, drawers, bench...

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    Have all other shared rooms or facilities, such as stock rooms or shared cold rooms or shared fre...

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    Are there any chemicals in squeeze-bottles, beakers, flasks or anything else that cannot be seale...

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    Do you have any Reactive Chemicals such as old ethyl ether, organic peroxides, aluminum alkyls, p...

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    Do you have any compressed gases?

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    Have all unknown/unlabeled unreadable label chemicals been identified?

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    pick-up?

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    Pickup Request under Waste Disposal Forms.

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    For assistance with the above items, contact the Environmental Health & Safety Specialist

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    By my signature, I certify that the information provided on the Unused/Excess Chemicals or Resear...

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    Completed by Signature:

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    Date:

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    Reviewed by DEHS:

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    Date:

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