The Stanley Hall Safety Committee meets quarterly, on the 2nd Wednesday of the months of March, June, September, and December, from 11:00 a.m. to noon, in room 177 Stanley Hall. Safety representatives from each workgroup (laboratory, core facility, administrative unit, etc.) are required to attend each meeting, or send another member of the group in their absence.
The Stanley Hall Safety Committee serves as both Stanley Hall’s building safety committee and QB3’s department safety committee. This Committee serves as a forum for all safety-related issues. Topics will include reviews of incidents and related lessons-learned, announcements of training opportunities and inspection programs, and discussions regarding inspection findings. Minutes from each meeting will be posted in the resources section below, as well as in Stanley Hall room 174E.
Stanley Hall Building Emergency Plan (BEP) (PDF) is the building safety document that outlines emergency procedures, contact information, maps of evacuation routes and the Emergency Assembly Area, and other related building and campus emergency information. Cal/OSHA requires all occupants of Stanley Hall to have documented training on this BEP.
Spill response carts are available on the north side of each floor (except B3), in the Emergency Response room. Lab employees’ common room keys will allow access to these supplies. Refer to Stanley Hall Chemical Spill Procedures for more detailed instructions.
QB3 Department Safety Coordinator and Stanley Hall Building Coordinator: Thom Opal, 174C
Stanley Hall, 666-3307 (office); 207-4770 (cell); 326-0496 (off-hours); firstname.lastname@example.org(opens in a new tab)
• Office of Environment, Health & Safety (EH&S)(opens in a new tab)
• EH&S Publications: Fact Sheets, Guidelines, and Booklets(opens in a new tab)
• Chemical Waste Management(opens in a new tab)
• Chemical Inventory Program(opens in a new tab)
• Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)(opens in a new tab)
• Report of Unsafe Condition or Hazard Form(opens in a new tab)
• Occupational Accident , Injury or Illness Investigation Report Form(opens in a new tab)
• University Health Services (UHS)/ Tang Center(opens in a new tab)
• Computer Workstation Ergonomics – UHS
Employees who use their computers for four hours or more per day are encouraged to request an ergonomic evaluation of their computer workstation. University Health Services sponsors an Ergonomics@Work(opens in a new tab) Program. Contact the QB3 Safety Coordinator, Thom Opal (666-3307; email@example.com(opens in a new tab)) for an in-person computer workstation evaluation, or for any other ergonomic or repetitive-motion concerns (such as laboratory pipetting).