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The purpose of this occupational health and safety program (OHSP) is to reduce to an acceptable level the risk/hazard associated with use of vertebrate animals in research, teaching and outreach, consistent with an overall institutional focus on maintaining a safe and healthy workplace.
This training guide provides basic information for working safely with chemicals and operations in Visual Arts. The guide is intended to supplement, but not replace, the safety orientation for faculty and students in Visual Arts.
This document is intended as an interpretive aid to waste disposal procedures.
The Baylor University Health and Safety Guide has been written by the staff of the Office of Environmental Health and Safety (EHS) to provide departments, managers, supervisors, and employees with information on a variety of health and safety topics. It is designed to serve as a general reference document and guide to assist departmental safety managers in the development and implementation of their departmental safety programs.
This collection of resources for individuals working in research and teaching laboratories includes safe work procedures, chemical safety information, laboratory equipment safety information and links to other resources, both from Baylor and other organizations.
Baylor University desires to maintain a reasonably safe environment for its students, academic appointees, staff, and visitors. This guideline sets forth operating procedures and practices to help maintain theater and stage environments in a safe and compliant manner at all times.
Baylor University assumes no liability for any individual's use of or reliance upon any material contained or referenced herein. The material contained in these web pages may not be the most current.