Clemson University

8. Records

a.    Laboratory incident records should be written and retained.

b.    Laboratory specific Chemical Hygiene Plan standard operating procedures for unique and laboratory specific hazards. SOPs should be developed by laboratory supervisors and retained with the University Chemical Hygiene Plan. (See Appendix J)

c.     Accurate records of the amounts of chemicals with high chronic and acute toxicity stored and used, the dates of use, and names of users should be retained.

d.    Medical records are retained by the institution in accordance with requirements of state and federal regulations

e.     Exposure monitoring records.

f.     Records for perchloric acid (See Appendix K) hood use (how used, quantity, washdown cycle, etc.)