Laboratory Safety and Chemical Hygiene Training Records
For Occupational Exposure to Hazardous Chemicals in Laboratories (29 CFR 1910.1450)
The OSHA Lab Standard requires that individuals who will be working with chemicals in the laboratory be provided with sufficient training to enable them to conduct their work safely. Training must be provided prior to the time when individuals begin their duties involving chemicals and whenever there is a significant change in the types or quantities of chemicals used. Departments and, ultimately, principal investigators (or laboratory supervisors) are responsible for ensuring that all individuals working in their laboratories have been adequately trained.
Use the lists of trainees below to ensure that your laboratory personnel have attended the required training session. They were compiled from the sign-up sheets at each session and are organized alphabetically by department and name. Be sure to check the non-affiliated names at the bottom of the lists if you're looking for specific individuals.
Personnel who have not attended must attend the next available session. The next scheduled training session can be found at: