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Chemistry Safety

EHS Chemistry Safety Officer

David Hurst

 Chemistry Office: 332A Chemistry

 CEM.safety@msu.edu

 EHS Office: Giltner Hall - Room 164

 (517) 432-4328

 hurstda@ehs.msu.edu

 

Please contact David directly for the following:

  • New research requiring EHS approval
  • Injury in laboratory
  • General Questions/Comments

Please contact EHS office if:

  • David is unavailable in Chemistry
  • Immediate action is required
  • Radioactive approvals, biological safety approvals, and laser safety approvals

 

If you have safety concerns in Chemistry, please contact your representative on the Chemical Safety Committee or EHS above.

Committee Members 2020-21:

Ad hoc members:

  • Eric Hegg, CNS
  • Kevin Eisenbeis, EHS
  • J.R. Haywood, Office of Regulatory Affairs (ORA)
Emergency Response

Procedures to follow when an emergency occurs in the Chemistry Department, including how to evacuate the building.

Teaching Laboratory Safety

Laboratory Safety is the responsibility of EVERYONE in the laboratory.  But most importantly it is YOUR responsibility to dress properly and work safely.

Research Laboratory Safety & SOPs

Regulations and required door signs; standard operating procedures for common tasks.